I had a great '70s. I survived it, and that's always good news.
I've survived inattention. I hope to God I survive attention.
I play the unsinkable Molly Brown, which is where she got her name from, because she survived.
My mother was a public school teacher in Virginia, and we didn't have any money, we just survived on happiness, on being a happy family.
When I was growing up, everybody in charge, my parents and teachers, had all survived the war, and they talked about the war like it was the Kraken - you know, this huge beast that roamed the earth during their formative years.
The creative adult is the child who has survived.
So when I got to 50 I just thought, Hold on: I'm thin. I've got my hair. I'm well off. I survived, you know.
I'm no more or less Jewish than any other Jew. Israel has survived because we haven't forgot our Judaism, but there are some Israelis who did forget.
Our most intimate contact with civilizations long since dust has been through the art which has survived them.
I feel like I have a Ph.D. in life, I'm a survivor. I've not only survived, I've thrived.
I am mentally ill. I can say that. I am not ashamed of that. I survived that, I'm still surviving it, but bring it on. Better me than you.
Faced with destruction, the Jewish people survived.
A city built on rivers and bituminous coal, Pittsburgh in the '90s has survived the boom and bust years.
I survived because I was tougher than anybody else.
There was no way to laugh anymore, to love, to care, and there was a sense of guilt in having survived when others had been killed. I turned into a worse workaholic than I had already been by trying to work myself into the ground.
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