One is loved because one is loved. No reason is needed for loving.
If you would be loved love and be loveable.
If you want to be loved be lovable.
If you wish to be loved show more of your faults than your virtues.
Who being loved is poor?
'Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.
We loved with a love that was more than love.
I like not only to be loved but also to be told I am loved.
If you press me to say why I loved him I can say no more than because he was he and I was I.
Love is always bestowed as a gift - freely willingly and without expectation. We don't love to be loved we love to love.
I am an example of what is possible when girls from the very beginning of their lives are loved and nurtured by people around them. I was surrounded by extraordinary women in my life who taught me about quiet strength and dignity.
I think people should have the legal right to hurt themselves without fearing that they're going to get locked up for doing so. But on a personal level if someone I loved was hurting himself or herself in front of me I would of course try to restrain them.
I acted in theater and I took film classes when I was 12 and just obsessed over it. I loved it and spent hours and hours in the film studio learning and watching.
I always loved the idea of learning martial arts but it wasn't until I was in my 20s that I really started doing it and taking up karate.
Now for this book I had to learn the world of the Senate which is really for all that's written about the Senate an unknowing world and its mores and the way things work with subcommittees and all. I loved learning about that.
I've always loved music but I never really played anything. After 'Walk the Line' and learning to play guitar and having that sense of performing I think that certainly opened the door for me for music.
I grew up in a bookless house - my parents didn't read poetry so if I hadn't had the chance to experience it at school I'd never have experienced it. But I loved English and I was very lucky in that I had inspirational English teachers Miss Scriven and Mr. Walker and they liked us to learn poems by heart which I found I loved doing.
I've been acting my whole life. I have this huge imagination! I'm a dancer and my mom's a dance teacher and I was always performing and entertaining people. I'd go to see live theatre or a movie and I'd become the main character for a few days afterwards. I loved being somebody new for a temporary amount of time.
I loved the world of imagination.
All my jobs have been with food in one way or another since 1948. My parents were in the hotel business and I just loved the warm hearted people who worked so hard with such good humor.
I genuinely liked all of the cast members very much. Steve had a wicked sense of humor. I remember Russell coming to my rescue once. I watched Eric evolve before everyone's eyes. Maurice loved what he did so. He treated his character with respect down to the costuming.
And I loved Fats Waller. I love his instrumental abilities his vocal abilities and his sense of humor.
I was sort of in denial about doing country for awhile but I sort of grew up and realized who I was what I wanted to say. I think country music is the best music in the world and I'm glad to be doing a country album. I hope people will love it as much as I loved making it.
Jim Thorpe is someone I've always loved. He was an Olympic athlete you know and a football player from back in the day. I'd love to play him. And then there's a guy called Iceman who was a top hit man for the mob. I would love to play him. Actually it's sort of in the works so I hope it goes through.
Depression can seem worse than terminal cancer because most cancer patients feel loved and they have hope and self-esteem.
When I was at home I felt loved and safe. My sisters were always a safe haven for me. I knew they would always play with me and make me feel like I was one of them.
Most of us in the baby-boom generation were raised by full-time mothers. Even as recently as 14 years ago 6 out of 10 mothers with babies were staying at home. Today that is totally reversed. Does that mean we love our children less than our mothers loved us? No but it certainly causes a lot of guilt trips.
I wish I got a little bit more time at home. I am away a lot and being around my loved ones and friends is good for me. It grounds me. It's something I need to make more time for. I think I need a little more balance.
If I go into a sandwich shop or anywhere that features 'Today's specials' on a chalkboard more than 10 feet away I have to ask for a printed menu. I smile at people I don't know on the street and ignore those I do. When at home I often find myself grabbing my 'back-up' glasses to search for the better-loved pair I have left on top of my dresser.
When I make a film I'm away from home for two to three months. So I want my kids to look at my films one day and say I love his movies I love his choices-because he loved them.
Well look at what people are doing for returned veterans now. The wounded warriors. They're working hard to make the wounded veterans feel that they are loved and welcomed home unlike Vietnam. It was not a very kind gentle world then. I think we are kinder and gentler.
It seems sensible to me that we should look to the medical profession that over the centuries has helped us to live longer and healthier lives to help us die peacefully among our loved ones in our own home without a long stay in God's waiting room.
I didn't have nothin' going for me... school home... until I found something I loved which was music and that changed everything.