I don't even like to use the word relationship. I don't know what it means.
You have to think an awful lot about your motivations or people's behavioral intentions or what their body language can indicate or what's really going on or what makes people sometimes do, sometimes, the irrational things they do.
The twentieth century has exhibited a barbarism and lack of respect for human life on a massive scale just about unknown before.
Artists speak the truth to the public without fear of retribution or damage to their careers.
I was immature the way I handled the business. I saw myself as a tribune of the people.
Nothing gets a bigger laugh than when you refer to things like ethics or human rights.
It's not like I'm the most famous person in the world.
Too often in the past, U.S. leaders have forced Israel to pay the price for American strategic interests in the Middle East - through concessions in the peace process as well as passivity in the face of Iraqi attacks.
I think it's good to meet smart people and talk.
Involvement in public affairs is a legitimate use of celebrity.
Then I realized that to be really good at this requires a lot of energy and concentration and skill.
Anyone who devotes time and attention to what makes people tick, to me, is a smart person.
I think you have an obligation to be an optimist. Because if you're not, nothing will change.
Acting is not about knowing all this stuff; it's about character.
But why should I run for office and lose what little influence I have?
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