I haven't lived a perfect life. I have regrets. But that's from a lifetime of taking chances, making decisions, and trying not to be frozen. The only thing that I can do with my regrets is understand them.
I think there are good men and women in all decades. We've grown cynical. And look at what we do to all our heroes: Churchill, FDR, Kennedy, they all had affairs. But heroic things happen every day.
Being a celebrity is probably the closest to being a beautiful woman as you can get.
If you're willing to tell somebody that you love them, are you also willing to say you're sorry? You need to, even when you think you're in the right.
I don't give up. I'm a plodder. People come and go, but I stay the course.
You have to decide if you're going to wilt like a daisy or if you're just going to go forward and live the life that you've been granted.
You're this rat in the American maze, working your way towards the cheese, which is a job.
We all have that burning question about what happens if we lose somebody we love, especially if we lose them tragically. We wonder what fear was going on, we wonder if we could have reached out and touched them, held their hand, looked in their eyes, been there.
I try to please myself. I don't try to anticipate what people want to see.
When I do a Western, I often wonder what I would have really done in that situation.
When I see my children, and when I see the people who value me, I know how lucky I am.
Field of Dreams is probably our generation's It's A Wonderful Life.
If you don't understand your limitations you won't achieve much in your life.
I stand up for what I believe. I don't know if it's always paid off for me, because I've been ridiculed and humiliated.
I want to live forever, and I know I won't. I'm not afraid of dying. I'm only afraid of one thing: not being able to raise my kids.
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