When you do something that you like, and you think you can keep doing it, you don't think about retiring.
No, because retiring is stopping. If I wanted to stop, I would have stopped.
I haven't had the time to say, 'I'm retiring.' But baseball says, 'You're retired.'
Retiring is just practicing up to be dead. That doesn't take any practice.
Some debts are fun when you are acquiring them, but none are fun when you set about retiring them.
I think my mother was baffled by me. We were polar opposites. She was shy and retiring. I was over-fond of the limelight. Many times in my life, I was conscious of embarrassing her with my carrying on.
As soon as I finish one thing, there's always something else on the horizon I want to do. I don't have any intention of retiring from anything.
By the time I'm old, I'm sure I'll have lived a full enough life. I think we're mortal for a reason. Life gets tiring, man!
The only time I ever really consider retiring is when I get fed up with the press. Which is often.
Retiring gives the impression that you're relieved that your job is over.
I have to say that when you tour the world, obviously, the jetlags and different hours and ways of living and traveling, a lot of hours in the plane, and you wake up in the morning and you're not quite sure where you are, and it is very tiring.
Once I retire, I'm retiring. I'm done.
It gets tiring, doing the same thing everyday.
People talk about retiring. I never said that r-word. People though I went away after the Olympic Games. I took time off to do something I've always wanted to be - a mother.
I'm retiring the Mos Def name after 2011. I'm actually doing it.
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