I consider myself to be a pretty good judge of people... that's why I don't like any of them.
I never ever take into consideration the consequences of my actions until it's too late.
I consider myself pretty lazy, but I look back and check out the stuff I've done, and I say, 'God, that's a lot of stuff for a lazy guy.' It's a paradox, I suppose, being both things.
I don't really consider myself one of those actors who takes his work home with him.
I grew up in a commune where no one considered me female, particularly.
I do consider myself part of black history.
Humility is considered an un-masculine quality.
I consider myself a feminist living in a post-feminist era.
As we consider the causes of depression, those of us in the church must face the ways we might be responsible for creating it.
My culture comes from everywhere. I'm sick of this notion of nationality, that if you're brought up in the same city or same country you're the same. Even three kids brought up in the same family with the same genes, they are not the same. Just consider a human a human.
I don't consider myself as a feminist but more a humanist.
I'm not a politician because I'm an artist. Politicians have a very easy answer for a very complicated question. I have a very complicated question for what you consider very easy situations.
At Temple University, and I'm sure this was the way in a lot of film classes, comedy was not an option, and not considered a serious form of expression. You had to make a film about an issue.
To be honest, I never really considered myself to be too much of an actress. So, whenever I get the chance to do music, I'm always, like, just in it. It's like, 'Oh my God, I finally get to do this. I'm so happy.'
No man for any considerable period can wear one face to himself and another to the multitude, without finally getting bewildered as to which may be the true.
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