By Louise Hay
My workouts are mostly interval-based, so I’m never running at a constant speed. I’m always switching it up because I don’t want my body getting used to one thing in particular.
It’s so easy to lose your fitness and so hard to gain it back.
I really like my legs because I’ve worked hard for them. With soccer, that’s the one thing you’re working all the time.
I start warming up before training an hour before at the hotel. That’s not because I feel old and my body needs it. It’s because it’s prehab. It’s preventing those injuries.
Sunglasses are great, but I always feel a bit pretentious wearing sunglasses. I mean, I do love to wear them.
Personal beauty is a greater recommendation than any letter of reference.
Nature is probably quite indifferent to the aesthetic preferences of mathematicians.
In the life of the individual, an aesthetic sensibility is both more authentic and more commendable than a political or religious one.
Styles may change, details may come and go, but the broad demands of aesthetic judgment are permanent.
Almost all crime is due to the repressed desire for aesthetic expression.
The aesthetic principle is the same in every art, only the material differs.
Ethics and aesthetics are one.
You can’t buy the vision, and you can’t buy aesthetic.
Love of beauty is taste. The creation of beauty is art.
Aesthetic freedom is like free speech; it is, indeed, a form of free speech.
Work is the best remedy, both moral and aesthetic.
For you to sleep well at night, the aesthetic, the quality, has to be carried all the way through.
It’s hard to combine a simple life with a love of aesthetics.
Nature holds the key to our aesthetic, intellectual, cognitive and even spiritual satisfaction.
Art is a person’s private vision expressed in aesthetic forms.