I never studied with Balanchine, but his work was very important to me.
Relegating women to second-class citizenship was abolished when Jesus died on the cross.
Whenever there is a catastrophe, some religious people inevitably ask, 'Why didn't God do something? Where was God when all those people died?'
It's a good thing to be old. Because when you get older, that means you haven't died yet, right? And when I do get older, I want to have the grace to be proud of it, not to lie about it or try to fight it.
To tell you the truth, in the old Jewish shtetls, if your husband died, sometimes they'd have you marry the brother, and my grandparents were actually stepbrother and stepsister.
I studied at a time when buildings were sterile things, and their creators were hands-off people - super-intelligent people, but you felt they didn't love the stuff buildings are made from.
I had to go to Europe to tour and he died on the second day of the tour.
I've never studied anything formally. I was excluded from school at the age of 17, so I am an autodidact, which is a word that I have taught myself.
In all fields of creativity you see the result of work that has become habit. Where the creative impulse has become flaccid or has died out altogether, and yet because it is our work and our life we continue to do it.
I am not a hero but the brave men who died deserved this honor.
I listened more than I studied... therefore little by little my knowledge and ability were developed.
I taught myself how to play the guitar. I never studied music.
My father's parents were Irish. Only a year before my father died, he and I went back to Ireland for a week to look at the old homestead.
Christian nonviolence must be embodied in a community that is an alternative to the world's violence.
We made sure nobody died on the show. We made sure nobody ever drowned on 'Baywatch.'
For un-subscribe please check the mail footer.