There are so many cliches associated with mental health - such as the 'fine line between lunacy and genius' - which are, on the whole, a load of rubbish.
Elegance isn't solely defined by what you wear. It's how you carry yourself, how you speak, what you read.
I can have as many bad days as anyone. But I choose to say, 'I'm just fine.'
My main exercise is cardio. The treadmill is fine, but running outdoors gives me the best results. I try to log 6 to 8 miles a week. I could be in the worst mood, but when I do my cardio, I feel much, much better.
Men and women have defined roles, and it's the responsibility of a parent to make sure they know which way to go; otherwise, a child would feed themselves with their feet without the correct guidance.
Many a dangerous temptation comes to us in gay, fine colours, that are but skin-deep.
I'd trained at the University of Washington and had a Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting.
When you have cancer, you can define the trivial from the important very quickly.
I probably have less revision than those who have that wonderful rush of story to tell - you know, I can't wait to tell you what happened the other day. It comes tumbling out and maybe then they go back and refine. I kind of envy that way of working, but I just have never done it.
The privilege of a middle-class, stable, bourgeois life is that you can pretend that you are not complicated and project yourself as a solid, uncomplicated person, with refined life goals and achievements.
For me, there's a fine line between being a cheeseball and being a good performer.
As much as I love art, there is no art as fine as the world we have been given.
There is still refinement needed - we are working on being able to do the same things at lower light levels and with a larger field of view.
I think it's important that we don't all have to hold our heads high all the time saying everything's fine.
The first step in Occultism is the study of the invisible Worlds. These Worlds are invisible to the majority of people because of the dormancy of the finer and higher senses whereby they may be perceived, in the same way that the Physical World about us is perceived through the physical senses.
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