A flower doesn't love you or hate you, it just exists.
I think there are certain ways that people are always themselves, but I do think people change.
I can be really annoying, but I also feel like I'm a nice person.
There's a victory in letting go of your expectations.
My whole life I've been a seeker, searching for something.
You want to work with people who you like and have an easy rapport with.
I think I'm more of an absurdist than a satirist. I think I'm more of a - humanist? I hate to say it!
There's something very touching to me about someone almost communicating to themselves in some way - trying to come to some deeper understanding of yourself and having compassion for yourself.
Yeah, it's disturbing when someone has no self-awareness.
To me, I definitely stand in the corner of wanting to give voice to the bullied, and not the bully.
To me, this is from a Buddhist perspective or whatever, sometimes people who are working out their political beliefs, they can rage against the man, and yet at the same time can be oblivious to their own way of stepping on the foot of the person right next to them.
There are life lessons that can be derived from reality television.
I used to go online all the time, and then I had to stop myself... because I'm a writer, and it's like: to have a procrastination tool, like, within my computer... it was just getting too hairy.
You feel a little weird, as a writer of scripted television for many years, to say you're a fan of reality TV. You feel like a traitor. But I am a total fan.
My first job was with 'Dawson's Creek' where everybody looked good and they spoke better than you. It was kind of a wish fulfillment, fantasy-type show.
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