By Brian Grazer
All wars signify the failure of conflict resolution mechanisms, and they need post-war rebuilding of faith, trust and confidence.
For me, there are two types of people: the young and the experienced.
I firmly believe that unless one has tasted the bitter pill of failure, one cannot aspire enough for success.
Time and experience have taught me that fame and money very rarely go to the worthy.
You cannot create experience. You must undergo it.
When you have really exhausted an experience you always reverence and love it.
We identify in our experience a differentiation between what we do and what happens to us.
Words can be communicative only between those who share similar experiences.
Hospitals should be arranged in such a way as to make being sick an interesting experience. One learns a great deal sometimes from being sick.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a model maker, a potter, a dancer, a programmer, a writer, a political activist, a teacher, a musician, a milliner, whatever. It’s all the same. Making is making, and none of it is failure.
Failure is always an option.
I reject your reality and substitute my own.
How do you expect to experience growth without sacrifice?
Stop rejecting new relationships just because old ones didn’t work out.
You love someone in silence because in silence there are no rejection.
I’ve been rejected, but I am still in love.
Following your heart means allowing the possibility of finding true love to be stronger than the fear of rejection.
It is not love that hurts. It is being abandoned, rejected, and forsaken that hurts.
Remember, the pain of rejection is nothing compared to the pain of regret.
We are always afraid to ask because we aren’t afraid of the answer but the feeling of rejection.