So Much Time Quotes by Ethan Canin, Johan Renck, Gary Hume, Jeff Lemire, Anu Malik, Dave Foley and many others.
I think one of the things that is essential for happiness in life, or at least for non-sadness, is producing something. I guess that’s why I spend so much time and agony writing books. But working on carpentry is sort of like all the pleasure with none of the agony.
I guess I found the life as a musician too counterproductive, as so much time was spent in tour buses & remote hotel rooms. As I am moderately hyperactive, this didn’t suit my temper.
I’d like to give people leaden boots in galleries, so they’d be a bit slower in front of my paintings. And that’s because I spend so much time looking at them. I can look at them a long, long time without getting bored. I disappear.
You spend so much time writing a character the way I did with Buddy Baker and then Green Arrow that you start to care about them. And you almost think of them as people, you know?
Since I have spent so much time with film-makers, and I understand the process, I would love to direct a film some day.
Canadians still spend so much time discussing what it means to be Canadian.
With TV, you’re in people’s houses every night. And you have so much time to tell stories. I don’t know why I didn’t do it before.
I think that everyone at any age should ask themselves, ‘where do I want to be today, where do I want to be tomorrow, and where do I want to be in a hundred years?’ We all have clear answers to those questions. We only have so much time. It’s a real shame if we don’t spend our lives trying to do that.
So much time is wasted on trying to be better than others.
To build a friendship takes so much time and so many years. To ruin it, just seconds.
I’m not a single-issue person, but I spend so much time on Israel because it is so unfairly condemned around the world.
I have spent so much time and so much energy making other people’s children stars.
I am excited to run in the community where my wife and I work, where my daughters graduated and my son attends high school, where my family goes to synagogue, and where I have spent so much time working for and with the people of South Florida.
When I was younger, I avoided exercise or anything strenuous. I didn’t even enjoy walking. As I got older, I spent so much time marking books or sitting at a desk writing that there was no room for exercise – not that I would have bothered anyway.
I wasn’t truly comfortable with myself until I was about 30. I spent so much time and energy wondering if I wasn’t worthy, and trying to find people to validate me, instead of validating myself.
Someone can have a heart attack at any age. That person may only have so much time, so if there’s a chance to help people in distress we should take it.
Rather than spend so much time wondering if I’m going to get hired, or is it a problem that I’ve got this black-tar history, I’ve just got to keep doing what I’m doing and try to be decent.