I think a spiritual journey is not so much a journey of discovery. It's a journey of recovery. It's a journey of uncovering your own inner nature. It's already there.
James, that's a bad situation. I'm not saying it's not repairable, but it's pretty far. When you go from being in one of the best bands in the world to some cover band... as far as I'm concerned, he was playing down at the pub.
It's important for people to talk and get beyond the wall of Facebook and social media.
I grew up in a house of no love or emotion - it kind of sticks with you.
I do not think wrestling is going to save the world.
If I worried about appearances, I wouldn't be at Cubs games.
Somewhere between the intellectual idea of why we're attracted to certain things and the pragmatic reality is some form of ever-evolving truth.
Where is this great love for rock and roll that existed for 50 or 60 years?
In a weird kind of way, music has afforded me an idealism and perfectionism that I could never attain as me.
Most of my arguments with musicians through the years have had more to do with their attitude about music, or their attitude about their own lives, or their personal responsibility. Music has never really been the big centerpiece of the fight.
Compliments and criticism are all ultimately based on some form of projection.
Calm, open debate, and logical thought drive strength to its maximum effectiveness.
My version, of course, is not this flag-waving, let's all get on the Jesus train and ride out of hell. I'm not that kind of guy. It's an embrace that life is good, worth living and yeah, it's not easy, but there are more pluses than minuses.
I started thinking that if post modernism is about people opening up all their skeletons, I'm going the other way. I don't want anyone knowing anything about me anymore.
I was trying to be this person who is cool, eternally rocking.
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