Keeping It Real Quotes by Ben Schwartz, Todd Boyd, Chuck D, Pema Chodron, Jean-Baptiste Henri Lacordaire, Chris Jericho and many others.
When you’re acting on TV, you want to keep it real.
The new-school hip-hop generation exists with a mandate to ‘keep it real’; this has to do with embracing a hard-nosed truth about the world and letting the chips fall where they may.
Rap is supposed to be about keeping it real and not relinquishing your roots in the community. Without that, it’s just posturing. Somebody who claims to speak for the ‘hood don’t need no private jet.
Compassion becomes real when we recognize our shared humanity.
Real excellence and humility are not incompatible one with the other, on the contrary they are twin sisters.
I just kind of take every day at a time. I just know that I don’t do anything that I don’t want to do; I enjoy everything that I do and that’s what you have to do to keep it good and keep it real.
Only a man’s character is the real criterion of worth.
I try to keep it real. I don’t have time to worry about what I’m projecting to the world. I’m just busy being myself.
Dispassionate objectivity is itself a passion, for the real and for the truth.
I might tell a story about somebody else, but I don’t sit there and do a story about somebody snitching on me selling coke because people know I didn’t sell coke. So I just try to keep it real but still try to do it in a creative way.
Our real problem, then, is not our strength today; it is rather the vital necessity of action today to ensure our strength tomorrow.
I feel very blessed to have two wonderful, healthy children who keep me completely grounded, sane and throw up on my shoes just before I go to an awards show just so I know to keep it real.
I’m usually a no-filter kind of cat. My frown comes really naturally and doesn’t need anything else to keep it real.
Everybody has a Big Momma: the mother or the grandmother who tells it like it is, keeps it real with them, isn’t afraid to tell you the truth about yourself.
Acting is never done. We’re trying to keep it real and make sure that you’re entertained and it seems unrehearsed.
I have a whole lot of fun in trying to serve others and just keeping it funky, trying to keep it real, trying to ensure that we are able to be ourselves and get beyond these deodorized discourses and deodorized spaces that put on masks.
I don’t even do anything super crazy when it comes to eating. The most I would ever do is eat some kind of sushi raw. I keep it real light when it comes to food.