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Demi Moore Quotes

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Demi Moore quotes: actress and model, Demi Gene Guynes, tells us what’s up.

“Time is an amazing equalizer.  I think if you stay true to yourself and keep moving forward, things come around.”

“There is no way to reach your fullest potential if you don’t really find the love of yourself.”

“You never run out of goals, never.  Not unless you want to stop really living.  There are people who are happy to stay within parameters, but for me, that would never have been enough.”

“The thing is most people are afraid to step out, to take a chance beyond their established identity.”

“Don’t let your wounds make you become someone you’re not.”

“Success has to be an inside job.  Happiness does not come from external material things.  Even people don’t make us ultimately happy.  It’s how we choose to deal with those things that happen in our lives that matters.”

“You could either be trapped by what was going on around you, or you could find a way out.  I think that everything, even if it is scary or good, comes into our life to help elevate and expand us as human beings.”

“You have to acknowledge a problem exists before you can actually go about finding a solution.”

“I think all the people who say, ‘Oh, Madonna – she’s disgusting!’… are the same people who want her to do the things they are afraid to do.”

“Unwillingness to risk failure is always there, but it gets harder when you feel you have more to lose.”

“I don’t know anybody who is raising their hand saying, ‘Oh God, I love being vulnerable and needy.'”

“The basic elements of life are very simple.  The people who have the most difficult time making themselves happy are the people who are just too smart to get it.”

“I’m honored if I can inspire somebody else.”

“Not caring more about what other people think than what you think.  That’s freedom.”

“In the end the only thing that you can have on your side is time.  The only way to gain time is by living it.  And if I live, expending my energy worrying about other people’s perceptions, then I’m missing my moment.”

“I used to think that what scared me was the idea of being abandoned until someone said to me, ‘Only children can be abandoned.  Adults can’t be abandoned because we have a choice.  Children don’t have a choice.’  So I started to rethink.  ‘OK, it’s not that.  What’s the underlying thread that really scares me?’  I think what scares me is not having the courage to reach my full potential.”

“I like to connect to people in the virtual world, exchanging thoughts and ideas, when in the physical world we might never have the opportunity to cross paths.”

“At its core Twitter is about sharing, and I think that in life we never feel better or more energized than when we’re giving to someone else.”

“The things two people do to each other they remember.  If they stay together, it’s not because they forget; it’s because they forgive.”

“Real men don’t buy girls – they protect them.  We’re recruiting real men who have the courage to stand up against this issue.”

“It’s about time that people forget that image of strip clubs as seedy places.  Rather, today’s clubs are capital-intensive female-empowerment zones.”

“I’m a big believer in that if you focus on good skin care, you really won’t need a lot of makeup.”

“I have a passion for my work, and that sometimes triggers creative conflicts.”

“I’m an incurable optimist and a go-getter.  It’s in my nature to focus much more on what makes me happy than what makes me nervous.”

“I try to focus on the present, what I’m doing now.  I feel like the best design I can have is an awareness of where I’ve come from so that I don’t repeat myself.  Luckily, my work provides me with a tremendous source of new opportunities.”

“Work has enhanced and certainly supported my feelings toward myself, because it’s been a reflection of goals I’ve set.  But if you’re not happy with yourself on the inside, then what does it matter?”

“I was just there, ready to face whatever they were going to throw at me… and just… tackle each thing as it came along.”

“Some of my lowest points were the most exciting opportunities to push through to be a better person.”

“People can’t bear the idea that I could be sexual and provocative, and still be a nice person with a nice family and a nice husband, and have a career that could work, and be paid a certain amount of money.”

“People live through us actors and actresses.  We do the things they can’t do.”

“I feel sexy because I feel loved.  That’s what sexy is.  It’s feeling good from the inside.  When you feel sexy or sensuous, you naturally want to open up and give, and I think that comes from being able to receive love and desire.”

“Certainly I’m passionate and driven and quite relentless when I want something.”

“There’s nothing wrong with having a desire to want nice things.  It’s when we place that as a measure of the value of ourselves that it goes askew.”

“I always try to keep a positive perspective on what’s valuable and the importance of restricting that immediate gratification and, most importantly, that who you are isn’t the stuff you have.”

“I’m too grateful that I continue to grow as an actor.  I hope I get better.  I feel like I am.  But it’s a roll of the dice every time you make a movie.  Nobody knows.”

“I want things to be the best they can be; I want greatness.”

“You don’t come into this life wanting to be anything other than happy.”

“I live in the moment.  I really do try and take things one day at a time.”

“There’s a part of me that just thinks, ‘Well, I have something, I don’t know what it is or why it works, but I’m happy that it does, because I really like doing what I do.'”

“I feel overwhelmed with gratitude that I’m doing something I love, and I get paid well for it.  And it’s providing me with a life that I couldn’t have dreamed better.”

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