Facts Of Life Quotes by Reno Collier, Jeff Goldblum, E. L. Doctorow, Sophia Loren, Lewis Thomas, Estelle Ramey and many others.
For those of you who don’t know who I am, I played Natalie onВ The Facts of Life.
It’s an important fact of life, war.
In the twentieth century one of the most personal relationships to have developed is that of the person and the state. It’s become a fact of life that governments have become very intimate with people, most always to their detriment.
The facts of life are that a child who has seen war cannot be compared with a child who doesn’t know what war is except from television.
Selfness is an essential fact of life. The thought of nonselfness, precise sameness is terrifying.
I don’t mind . . . the fun and games of being treated like a fragile flower. But as a physiologist working with the unromantic scientific facts of life, I find it hard to delude myself about feminine frailty.
Thirty years ago, the Pandora’s box of the Internet wasn’t yet a fact of life, and celebrities inhabited a more remote, hard-to-reach plane.
The chief value of the new fact is to enhance the great and constant fact of life.
Every so often, we all gaze into the abyss. It’s a depressing fact of life that eventually the clock expires; eventually the sand in the hourglass runs out. It’s the leaving behind of everything that matters to us that hurts the most.
With a diplomat father, for whom foreign postings were a fact of life, my siblings and I were expected to attend boarding schools in Britain.
I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.
What until then seemed impossible to achieve has become a fact of life. We have won the right to association in trade unions independent from the authorities, founded and shaped by the working people themselves.
Part of me is drawn to the nature of sadness because I think life is sad, and sadness is not something that should be avoided or denied. It’s a fact of life, like contradictions are.
As a writer, I am constantly aware that I take my life in my hands with everything I do and say. It’s just a fact of life. For me it always has been.
A photograph has picked up a fact of life, and that fact will live forever.
A strong will deals with the hard facts of life as a sculptor with his marbles, making them facile and yielding to his purposes, and conquering their stubbornness by a greater stubbornness in himself.
Alcohol is a pervasive fact of life, but an extraordinary fact-pleasurable and destructive, anathematized and adulated, and deeply ambiguous … the genie in the bottle.