The accomplice to the crime of corruption is frequently our own indifference.
You've got to love people, places, ideas; you've got to live with mind, body, soul; you've got to be committed; there is no life on the side-lines.
You can't be beautiful and hate because hate is a corroding disease and affects the way you look. ... You can't hide it - ever. It shows in your eyes. It warps your expression. It affects your character, your personality.
I never like other people to clean for me. I don't want them to invade my own privacy.
Everybody asks me, 'So, what are you doing now?' Why must I be doing something? All my life I've been doing something. All my life I've been doing. For now, I'm being -- being quiet, being grateful.
Even when I jog, I need a place to get to.
I'm like a phoenix. I rise from the ashes.
I really don't like talking about diets.
All the praise I received couldn't substitute for the praise I had never received from my mother at home. I longed for some wonderful man to come and save me from my life - but there didn't seem to be any, at least not for me.
Men go after me, and I choose among them.
I've lived through a lifetime of crises and survived.
I'm not conniving - that has a pejorative context. I'm not sitting in back rooms making deals. That's not my style.
I don't look upon my divorces as mistakes. Those marriages were right for the Bess that made that decision at that time.
You cannot be beautiful and hate.
To fall in love is awfully simple, but to fall out of love is simply awful.
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