In this post, you will find great Destructive Quotes from famous people, such as Joseph B. Wirthlin, Brene Brown, Tobias Wolff, Christopher Monckton, Mike Braun. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
I feel like I’ve had bad nights or destructive nights or nights where I don’t remember anything or nights where I was seriouslyinjured or seriously in danger. And I remained nihilistic and unconcerned because it felt like there was no alternative.
When we losehope that there is a possibility of reaching the other side – I don’t even like to say the ‘other side’ because there are so many sides, and breaking it down into us/them is oversimplifying – it allows us to treat people in a way that’s incredibly destructive.
Statues are one of the ways I try to test the traditions of European culture against the most modern destructive forces. I often make a point of seeking them out and have used them as mouthpieces in my film poetry, as with Heinrich Heine in ‘The Gaze of the Gorgon.’
We tend to read each other’s books in sizeable chunks as they are written. I don’t know that you could say we are ruthless with each other – in fact, I suppose we are very kind. There are ways to make suggestions which are not destructive.
How can our hearts not break? How can we hold our tears? How can we bear the pain of losing those loving children and their guardians, who were slain in Newtown, Conn.? Why can’t we face the reality of our times and restrict deranged people from having these destructive powers?
Everything that’s bad for you catches on too quickly in America, because that’s the easiest thing to get people to invest in, the pursuits that are easy and destructive, the ones that bring out the least positive aspects of people.
The discussion about energy options tends to be an intensely emotional, polarised, mistrustful, and destructive one. Every option is stronglyopposed: the public seem to be anti-wind, anti-coal, anti-waste-to-energy, anti-tidal-barrages, anti-carbon-tax, and anti-nuclear.
I don’t want my kidsgrowing up believing that there is nothing destructive in the world.
My way of dealing with the world has always been to make fun of it and observe it but not take part in it. That’s how I became a writer. But when you have kids, suddenly you have to be part of things. It leads almost to a breakdown because your whole defense mechanism is now really destructive.
My first relationship at 15 made me really, really mature because it was so destructive and intense. We were inseparable for three years and I was completely and utterly besotted. But then it all fell apart and it took me a long time to get over it.
The way you dress or the car you drive or what you spend is to impress other people with how, I guess, successful and rich you are. But you’re not, and you shouldn’t, and who gives a damn what other people think anyway. So, that mentality, I think, is very destructive.
I’ve tried, in ‘Bloodmoney,’ to tell a story that gets at the crazy relationship between the ISI and the CIA, these absolutelyfascinating, often mutually destructive two scorpions in a bottle kind of relationship that they have.