My dad was so much fun growing up.
There are some different things I'm writing and developing, but I don't know where they'll go. They're fun stuff that I would be in and are written in my voice, for me.
I never really wanted to write and wanted to focus on acting.
I'm not a stand up at all, it's such a fear of mine. My sister does it, and she's really great at it.
I'm young but I'm not stupid.
I want to make people laugh.
I think you have to create your own stuff so I'm working on stuff for myself right now.
It is reported in the supplement of the council of NicÃ¦an that the fathers, being very perplexed to know which were the cryphal or apocryphal books of the Old and New Testaments, put them all pell-mell on an altar, and the books to be rejected fell to the ground. It is a pity that this eloquent pro
We have a natural right to make use of our pens as of our tongue, at our peril, risk and hazard.
Use, do not abuse; neither abstinence nor excess ever renders man happy.
Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers. 1
Such is the feebleness of humanity, such is its perversity, that doubtless it is better for it to be subject to all possible superstitions, as long as they are not murderous, than to live without religion.
Great men have all been formed either before academies or independent of them.
The multitude of books is making us ignorant. Volt
Poetry is the music of the soul, and, above all, of great and feeling souls.
Dont think money does everything or you are going to end up doing everything for money.
The superfluous, a very necessary thing.
Men must have somewhat altered the course of nature; for they were not born wolves, yet they have become wolves. God did not give them twenty-four-pounders or bayonets, yet they have made themselves bayonets and guns to destroy each other. In the same category I place not only bankruptcies, but the
I serve your Beaune to my friends, but your Volnay I keep for myself.
Men who have seen life and death... as an unbroken continuum, the swinging pendulum, have been able to move as freely into death as they walked through life. Socrates went to the grave almost perplexed by his companions' tears.
What is called happiness is an abstract idea, composed of various ideas of pleasure; for he who has but a moment of pleasure is not a happy man, in like manner that a moment of grief constitutes not a miserable one.
Faith consists in believing when it is beyond the power of reason to believe.
History is nothing but a pack of tricks that we play upon the dead.
theology is to religion what poisons are to food
Cherish those who seek the truth but beware of those who find it.
The wicked can have only accomplices, the voluptuous have companions in debauchery, self-seekers have associates, the politic assemble the factions, the typical idler has connections, princes have courtiers. Only the virtuous have friends.
Needless to say since Christ's expiation not one single Christian has been known to sin, or die.