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Grace Jones Quotes

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Grace Jones quotes: the Jamaican model’s most popular quotes.

“I believe in individuality, that everybody is special, and it’s up to them to find that quality and let it live.”

“One creates oneself.”

“My philosophy is a belief in magic, good luck, self-confidence and pride.”

“Whatever one is creating, one has to stick to one’s guns and just do it. That is all. Put your foot down and do not let your work be compromised.”

“Follow the Yellow Brick Road. You don’t know what is coming, but you pick up whatever you can learn on the way.”

“I think you’re kind of born with certain things in you that you don’t realize are there until they start to pull at you, pull you in another direction. And you go, ‘I didn’t really want to do that, but it’s stupid now if I don’t if it’s telling me you have this opportunity.'”

“Whatever anyone else says, go with your own instincts. That’s what we say about empowerment: if you give up your power, you have no one to blame but yourself.”

“You should just do it.”

“Everyone has to make their own decisions. I still believe in that. You just have to be able to accept the consequences without complaining.”

“Fear is fear of fear, I think.”

“If you are a fan of doing the unexpected, and I am, then it is an advantage to be highly skilled at changing your mind. If you do not want to limit yourself, then be prepared to change your mind—often.”

“Be your own sugar daddy! I never ask for anything in a relationship because I have this sugar daddy I have created for myself: me. I am my own sugar daddy. I have a very strong male side, which I developed to protect my female side. If I want a diamond necklace I can go and buy myself a diamond necklace.”

“I’m too vain, one of my biggest sins, but it saved me; I can see what excess does.”

“There will always be a replacement coming along very soon: a newer version, a crazier version, a louder version. So if you haven’t got a long-term plan, then you are merely a passing phase, the latest trend, yesterday’s event.”

“Once you learn about the details, it stays with you. You learn a certain quality and don’t want to go beneath that. You want to go upwards, not downwards.”

“I don’t know what ‘mature’ means. I still keep my mind open. It’s not stagnant. I’m still very childlike, and I keep a certain naïveté as far as being able to receive information. Once you think you’re mature and you know everything, then you don’t put up the antenna, it’s no longer out there receiving for you.”

“Sometimes, you have to be a high-flying b*tch.”

“Time is like a space capsule. We are in space, not time.”

“Sometimes, there’s nothing wrong with breaking promises, though. You can’t go through life without breaking promises. You need to break a few rules as well.”

“I like conflicts. I love competition. I like discovering things for myself. It’s a childlike characteristic, actually. But that gives you a certain amount of power, and people are intimidated by that.”

“Crying is not a weakness. It’s something that should be able to work for you. It should also be a strength. I think if you can cry when you feel like crying it’s a strength. If you feel like crying and you can’t cry, that’s a weakness. That means you’re holding all that stuff inside.”

“I like to inspire fierceness and the DNA warrior in women.”

“You can’t expect your children to be perfect.”

“I’d rather go around the world giving lectures to young people, sharing the benefits of her experiences and proselytizing the importance of ‘finding ways of sticking at what you want to do and following your antennae.'”

“Those who demand that you conform the most to how they live are the ones who are the most scared and intimidated by life.”

“I am totally in control of my work. I don’t mean I do it on my own; I love to work with other people. When you collaborate, you have to let that person do their thing, otherwise you don’t learn anything.”

“We’re not perfect; we all have things that people might not like to see, and I like to show my faults.”

“I like to think of myself as a positive person. I’m very thankful that I’m able to do what I’m doing and I love what I’m doing. I still love to take risks.”

“Listen to my advice; I have some experience. In a way, it is me being a teacher, which is what I wanted to be. I still feel I could go into teaching. What is teaching but passing on your knowledge to those who are at the beginning? Some people are born with that gift.”

“I can’t run out of different ideas. I am different. When can I run out of me?”

“I’ve always been a rebel. I never do things the way they’re supposed to be done. Either I go in the opposite direction or I create a new direction for myself, regardless of what the rules are or what society says.”

“I’m always rebelling. I don’t think I’ll ever stop.”

“There was always someone else in the way until I worked out how to make myself the one who was in the way of others.”

“It doesn’t surprise me that people can’t see beyond my image. It’s amazing, but I can understand it. That’s what image is for. But it’s never a problem for me. It’s only a problem for them. I don’t really care. I do what I want regardless.”

“I’ve changed. I’m not worried about what people think, because I think people think what they want to think anyway.”

“I like to be in control of being out of control. Extreme, but in moderation. Crazy out there, but within reason.”

“If you are lonely when you are alone, you’re in bad company.”

“Hiding, secrets, and not being able to be yourself is one of the worst things ever for a person. It gives you low self-esteem. You never get to reach that peak in your life. You should always be able to be yourself and be proud of yourself.”

“You can’t love yourself too much. Sometimes you have to love yourself to keep yourself whole.”

“I can be a pain, but most of all, I can be a pleasure.”

“I don’t know what I’m going to be doing in two years or even in two weeks. I have to live for today.”

“I just go with the flow, I follow the Yellow Brick Road. I don’t know where it’s going to lead me, but I follow it.”

“I only move forwards, never backwards, darling.”

“I have no regrets.”

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