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Cara Delevingne Quotes

Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne quotes: she gives a spinning back fist to the stereotype that models should be seen and not heard.

“Never say never.”

“We are all the problem but we are also the solution.”

“Fate can be fussed with, but only by our failure to act. The only faults are omissions; the only path to regret is inaction; the only road to remorse is giving up too early.”

“Mistakes are proof that you’re trying.”

“If you make a mistake, admit it, apologize, learn from it and move on.”

“Never regret, keep looking forward and don’t look back!”

“I admire anyone who transforms their pain into power.”

“The energy you give off is the energy you receive. It’s always good to try and bring the energy up.”

“Stop trying to define who you are and just be.”

“The more we embrace who we are as people and rely less on our physical attributes, the more empowered we become. Beauty shouldn’t be so easily designed. It is limitless.”

“I think each of us has to look at the root of the issue as to why we cannot feel good about ourselves often enough to celebrate ourselves. It’s larger than what’s happening in the moment of receiving a compliment. Everyone has to figure out why they don’t agree with what’s being said. It’s a self-confidence thing.”

“Normal, you see, is whatever you want it to be.”

“We are all a quarter good, a quarter bad, a quarter animal and a quarter child which equals a whole bunch of crazy.”

“Stay cool, hang loose, admit nothing.”

“If you accept less, you’re just letting everyone else down and continuing the cycle.”

“Whatever makes you happy is more important. It doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks.”

“In life, one must know why and how and when to give f*cks. Mostly, one should not, even if people are literally waiting in chairs for you to dole them out. Especially if you’re happy, give none. Especially if people aren’t good to you, give none.”

“The truth: it’s always an option. It can be a satisfying thing. It’s worth all the other things in the world combined. The truth is like a lion. You don’t have to defend it. Let it loose. It will defend itself.”

“I worship silence. Noise’s only purpose is to appreciate absence. Silence is the mark of the highest internal wisdom. Through silence, the fruits of your labor are elevated. And I love that silence is an anagram of listen.”

“Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope.”

“When you have balance in your life, work becomes an entirely different experience. There is a passion that moves you to a whole new level of fulfillment and gratitude, and that’s when you can do your best—for yourself and for others.”

“Our time management should be better arranged toward hedonism. Failure to be hedonistic is a question of bad time management.”

“I am who I am.”

“I started modeling when I was 16. The odds were against me. At 5′ 8″, I was shorter than most girls in the business. Still, I gave it a shot, and like with most things in my life, I never gave up.”

“I think the way my modeling career took off, I did not expect. It was definitely not a ripple in my mind. I just never thought it was going to happen like this. I’m just here and I’m having fun and I’m trying to smile and not think about it too much. That’s the hardest thing in life. I think about things way too much. Ignorance is totally bliss.”

“I always have that in my mind: what am I going out looking to do? I’m always trying to feel it, make it natural and real.”

“What I’ve wanted to do my whole life is just act. I love to perform, basically. Music, as well, is a passion of mine. I’ve been singing my whole life. I’ve been writing music since I was 13.”

“I always feel that life can teach you how to act. I’m always looking at life through other people’s eyes. By feeling empathy. And I do feel that I am constantly learning.”

“Singing, writing songs, is kind of my biggest fear, but it’s the thing I feel I need to conquer.”

“If I was rich enough, I would love to launch my own record label. I would love to try and give all my musically talented friends a start in the industry.”

“Fame, do I like it? No. It has bought a lot for me in my career, but there are a lot of downsides to it. You give up your privacy. I did it to myself but not to my family and friends. You don’t ask for it. You just have to live with it.”

“You never realize that you have an impact on people’s lives. There are so many girls that go through so many problems and who come to me. I really try and take time to speak to as many people as possible.”

“It’s strong to be vulnerable. To be able to communicate with other women is one of the most powerful things.”

“In our culture we are told that if we are beautiful, if we are skinny, if we are successful, famous, if we fit in, if everyone loves us, that we’ll be happy. But that’s not entirely true. I also realized how lucky I was and what a wonderful family, wonderful friends.”

“People want a distraction at the moment, and make-up… is something that reminds you to speak up about something. When you spend a lot of time working on your mouth, it can give you the strength or the power of your voice to say something. I also think makeup helps women to feel beautiful and feel strong in themselves, and that is so important right now. It’s all about self-love. Everyone is beautiful and beauty should be inclusive.”

“My message has always been to accept yourself no matter what, to love yourself, to embrace your flaws. I think flaws are things that make us special. The cracks within us are the beautiful parts that need to have light shed on them.”

“I worked hard to be accepted by the fashion community in ways beyond my physical appearance. In no time, though, I found myself surrendering to the industry’s approval process. I felt like I needed validation from everyone. As a result, I lost sight of myself and what it meant to be happy, what it meant to be successful.”

“I think it’s nice to break down that barrier, that models are seen and not heard.”

“Humans are humans, it does not matter where we come from! What matters is what we stand for and what we can achieve. United or alone.”

“I’m young, I’m having fun, I don’t want to pretend to be something I’m not.”

“I have a great support network: my family, my model agency, Storm, and people I work with in the fashion industry. And, of course, there are all my followers on Twitter who stop me from feeling lonely; I love them all. They keep me grounded.”

“This is where life happens, in the stuff that’s left behind.”

“Don’t worry, be happy! Embrace your weirdness.”

“You have this one life. How do you wanna spend it? Apologizing? Regretting? Questioning? Hating yourself? Dieting? Running after people who don’t see you? Be brave. Believe in yourself. Do what feels good. Take risks. You have this one life. Make yourself proud.”

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