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Liam Hemsworth Quotes

Liam Hemsworth

Liam Hemsworth quotes: sensible sayings from the Australian actor.

“If you’re truly passionate about something you’ll make it happen.”

“If you love something enough you’ll make it happen.  Embrace every part of the journey.”

“If you put the work in, and you show that you’re willing to work hard, you’ll succeed.”

“I think a good thing to always remember is to just keep your head on straight and don’t lose your feet.”

“None of us on this planet choose the cards we are dealt.  But we always have the choice of how we move forward.  I like this because it forces you to take responsibility for your life and not play the victim.”

“We all make mistakes, and it’s not until we make mistakes that we learn.”

“Just let yourself go for a while and focus on the moment at hand, and you can stop worrying about everything in your life.”

“Step back and not take everything so seriously.  Happy, positive, fun – those qualities are good in anyone.”

“I also surround myself with good people who keep me and bring the best out of me.  I don’t generally hang out with crazy people.”

“I grew up in a great family and was able to dream big and had an incredible support system.  The world is scary enough; kids deserve to feel comfortable and, you know, it’s just about paving the path for a more positive future and bringing up kids with morals and a good education.  When you’re in my position you have a responsibility to do things.  People are influenced by your words and I wanna have a positive effect on people and contribute to a more positive future.”

“I grew up in a good family with good parents, and I was able to dream big and have the support to live it out.”

“I feel very fortunate to be where I am; not many people get out of that small town.”

“I feel like anything I’m doing in life, I try to stay myself and be as honest and true as I can be, you know, and be a nice person.  I’ve always been taught to be kind to people and have an open mind about life.”

“All women think men look good in suits.”

“I guess when I feel something, then I just feel it and I go for it.  I make my decisions about what’s going to make me happy, what I think is right and what I want to do – and I don’t worry too much outside of that.”

“You fall in love with who you fall in love with; you can never choose.”

“Marriage doesn’t change the relationship, it’s a more connected, deeper version of your relationship before you got married.  But it’s still the same thing.”

“Passion is what drives me.  In high school I never considered doing something that I wasn’t passionate about.  From a young age I wanted to make movies because I simply loved movies.  It never made sense to me to go off and do the standard nine-to-five job in something I didn’t enjoy.  I think it’s why I became successful.”

“If I lose the passion, I’ll move onto something else.”

“The drive definitely comes from my parents and how they raised my brothers and I.  They always taught us to be open minded about all walks of life and to work hard at something we love.  They gave us the freedom and responsibility to make our own choices.  Which I think was one of the greatest gifts you can give a child.  Something I’ll pass onto my children one day.”

“Honestly, I really, really love making movies.  It’s so much fun, and I love losing myself in the moment and just being there with other actors.  When you’re truly in the moment and you’re feeding each other, it’s such an exciting thing to be a part of.”

“I’m constantly working, and I love working.  I don’t feel like I’m missing out on anything at this point – I feel like I’m focusing on the right things and prioritizing things in the right way, and I’m a healthy, happy person.”

“Being successful in this industry usually means that you’re able to help out family or friends in need.  It also give you a platform in which you can bring attention to issues or charities you care about.  Helping out always feels good.”

“I feel like I’m a pretty positive influence on a lot of people in my life, and I try to be healthy and try to help the world as much as I can.”

“For a few years, I went down a path where I forgot to be in the moment and enjoy the moment.”

“These days I’ve learned to embrace it and not make my decisions out of fear.  I do the things I want to do and I do it with an open mind.  Less worrying.  It’s a lot easier this way.  And I’m much happier.  As the very wise Van Wilder once said, ‘Worrying will give you something to do but it won’t get you anywhere.'”

“Personally, when I’m not working, I like to do as many things outside of the industry as I can – other things that make me happy.  You kind of need to be grounded in something else besides just being an actor.”

“I learn more with every job, and I’m very thankful for where I am.”

“I know I’m a good person.”

“There is a time and place for publicity, but to stay a sane person, you must have a personal life.”

“I don’t consider myself a heartthrob in any way.  I’m just pinching myself.  I’m truly fortunate to be a part of this whole process.”

“Tomorrow doesn’t exist, yesterday is gone.  The more I remind myself of that, the stronger I feel.”

“I’m loving it.  I’m really, really happy and grateful to be in the position I’m in.”

“I just live my life.”

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