If you're the band leader you ask more of yourself than anyone else, so they tend to raise the bar for me.
I was raised by my grandmother on a farm, where we were really poor - we had dirt floors - but so did everybody else.
My family moved to Buffalo, New York in 1940 where I was raised.
I tried to start a theatre in LA and failed miserably, but I was probably not meant to raise money.
The vast upheaval of the World War set in motion forces that will either destroy civilization or raise mankind to undreamed of heights of human welfare and prosperity.
I love watching my brothers raise their kids and not have to do it for myself and have the responsibility.
If four years of university can increase your effectiveness of what you can do for others in the name of Christ, it is the best investment that you can make. But if the education is simply to get a job to make a lot of money, you have to raise the question of why you're doing it.
I was raised Catholic, but then I discovered Buddhism, and I used to have a boyfriend who was a Scientologist, and they are all good religions that help people. As far as I'm concerned, you can have all three religions at once and it's okay!
I come from an academic background. I wasn't raised to be into promoting myself.
My folks were raised pure prohibitionist. They were very good people, with high moral standards - but very repressed. There was no hugging and kissing in my home.
When a little more than a teenager, I was a piano-bar pianist in the land where I was born and raised, Tuscany.
I was raised to pretend.
I was raised Catholic and I'm Presbyterian now, but I've always been a Christian, regardless of denomination. I believe that Jesus is the way.
I started Friends of Finn to raise money and awareness about the issue of puppy mills, which are illegal breeding facilities where animals are often bred to death and mistreated. It's a prevalent problem and a million dollar industry in the United States.
I was raised by my father; I was daddy's girl.
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