In this post, you will find great Things Happen Quotes from famous people, such as Shaun Wright-Phillips, Carlos Vela, Karen Civil, Katie Piper, John Gourley. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
I’m sure there have been a lot of boys I’ve chased over the years that has been fueled by alcohol and stupidity. But that’s kind of how things happen – sometimes you have to do something really stupid, and sometimes it works out, and sometimes you fall flat on your face.
One thing I always tell players is that there are three bad things: Nothing good happens after midnight, nothing good happens when you’re around gunsunless you’re going hunting, and you don’t want to mess around with women that you don’t know because a lot of times, bad things happen.
For seven years, I made films in the cinema verite tradition – photographing what was happening without manipulating it. Then I realised I wanted to make things happen for myself, through feature films.
I think making a movie or a record, the best things happen by accident – and those end up being the magic. Every time I’ve followed my gut it’s been better than when I’ve tried to do what I was supposed to do.
While there are so many great things in my life, you get older, and you have responsibilities. And things happen, like my daddying – things that are tough to shake off. And there are things I’m still trying to figure out.
We are not really privy to all that crazy stuff that goes on in the show. I go to work, eat, and talk about food. The wild things happen when we aren’t around. I expected Top Chef to last three or four seasons and we are now shooting season ten.
Sometimes in life, when bad things happen to us, or things aren’t going our way, or we’re faced with a challenge or a problem, it’s how you look at the problem; it’s how you do it to change your mindset, to dilute the negativity.
Hollywood is such a fickle place, and you really have to go day to day and with the flow. Things happen so quickly, for the good or the bad. But you also have to know that everything happens for a reason.
I was a driver and a racer. The difference between drivers, who can be great World Champions, and racers, who are also World Champions, is that racers don’t wait for things to happen: they make things happen.
Terrible things happen all of the time, and they can happen in a second. The best thing is to be prepared to react. If you try to control every little thing, you’re going to end up miserable – and you’re going to fail.
The league is interesting because it’s evident everyone can beat everyone. And sometimes things happen you just don’t understand. This might be referee decisions or the runningpaths or passes of a teammate. It’s different than in Europe, but you have to take things as they are.
Just on a practical side, if you wake up early in the morning – like at 4:30 in the morning – you’re going to have some free time to yourself to make things happen, to take care of things that are important to you.
In the final analysis, the questions of why bad things happen to good people transmutes itself into some very different questions, no longer asking why something happened, but asking how we will respond, what we intend to do now that it happened.
Sometimes what we call tragedy, at least in the theater, are really casehistories. They’re based on the central figure, and things happen to that person, and they’re called tragedy because they’re extremely sad. But tragedy always has a glorious thing happen at the end of it. That’s what the catharsis is.
What would we be without the fans? They’re more important than me, because they make our sport great; they make things happen. We put on the show, but if people don’t react to it, we are nothing. So, the fans, basically we should roll out the red carpet for them.
The best days I have are usually days where I’m out in the woods and something happens, like I see an amazing animal like a fox, or I get a glimpse of a wild pig or something that I never see. Or crazy things happen.
So many bad things happen in this world because people don’t know how to express things.
My relationship with my father is fine. Every relationship has its ups and downs because bad things happen in all relationships. But for me, I can only write about what I’m feeling in the moment and something that actually happened to me.
I have never had a plan. Things happen to me, and, of course, I make friends who later say, ‘Hey, you know who would be good for this? McKean would be good for this.’ And they hire me, and if they like me, they hire me again, or the word gets out.
If you try to make things happen, they start to feel presented. They start to feel premeditated.
For me to do a story, something has to happen to someone. It’s a story in the way you learn what a story is in third grade, where there is a person, and things happen to them, and then something big happens, and they realize something new.
I have noticed that when things happen in one’s imaginings, they never happen in one’s life.
I believe that everything is divinely inspired. Bad things happen – they do – but I also think that when these bad things happen, there’s an equal and opposite force that is happening, and there is good.
I was a truant. And if you’re a truant in New York City, the truant officer gets after you, and then you get into the courts, and then things happen which they really shouldn’t. But I ended up in a very sweetreform school. It’s the place you go to if you’ve got a really kind judge.
You don’t wake up one morning and say, ‘Today is going to be a comedy day.’ And the next day, ‘Today’s going to be a drama day.’ Things happen in life that are fun and light, and things happen that are heavier. You just have to move your way through life, and I think ‘BoJack‘ is a good reflection of that.
I began seeing certain things happen in my life and other people’s lives and getting inspired by it and writing about it. And that’s where you get ‘Happy Birthday‘ from and ‘Ross Capicchioni’ from or you even get ‘I’m Sorry‘ from.
Gender is something that occurs in the mind, and sex is something that occurs, you know, everywhere else on the body. And whether or not those two things happen to align – well, if they do, great. If they don’t, also great.
Sometimes it can be bad to have too much family. Everybody gets involved in your problems, giving their opinion, gossiping, and making drama. But when bad things happen, they will be there to support you.
The only person who had any control was JonathanHarris. His character was so flamboyant that he was able to make things happen. My character was fairly one-dimensional, so I had my relationship with Dr. Smith and with the family.
I don’t put myself into the category of ‘rock star writing his biography.’ That’s because we live our lives by falling into experiences. Things happen to us. Something you do takes hold of you, and then you do a lot of it.
Somebody asked me at one stage, ‘Are you depressed?’ And I said, ‘Are you kidding me? I’m not depressed.’ But you know what? I was. I was, but I just didn’t realize it, because all these things happen, and you just don’t know how to deal with emotions.
The tide will at last change for us if those of us who can lead do so, and do so by not just talking but making things happen. And to to those who support us, we must call out for action, real tangibleactions to help us turn this tide our way.