In this post, you will find great Journals Quotes from famous people, such as Eileen Pollack, Eric Stoltz, Suleika Jaouad, Sydney Brenner, Aaron Swartz. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
The world’s entire scientific and cultural heritage, published over centuries in books and journals, is increasingly being digitized and locked up by a handful of private corporations.
I’m always interested in writing. I keep music in journals on an everyday basis. I’m always looking for ideas that can be music.
The laws have become so straight-jacketing that presidents and their aides dare not keep journals or diaries, lest they be subpoenaed by avid special prosecutors.
You ask what my conclusions are, rereading my journals and looking back on World War II from the vantage point of quarter century in time? We won the war in a military sense; but in a broader sense, it seems to me we lost it, for our Western civilization is less respected and secure than it was before.
The big journals and Nobel laureates are the equivalent of Congressional leaders in science journalism.
My parents were in the book business, my brothers still run the Dutton bookstores in Los Angeles, and I’ve been interested in editing books and journals all of my life.
As an instructor at Alexandria University, I did research that was published in international journals. Although I left to pursue a doctorate in the United States, it was not for want of a good life.
When we were shooting ‘The Book Thief,’ I was keeping all these journals. And I remember talking to my mom, really trying to verbalize all the experiences I was having. And I remember my mom saying, ‘Ben, reflection is a retroactive process.’ When you‘re going through it, that’s the time to just let it wash over you.
A lot of people don’t like to spend money on a journal because they’re afraid to wreck it, which is understandable. I buy beautifully made leather-bound journals because I have lost my fear of the blank page.
When I really discovered who God was and had a firm relationship with him my junior year of college, I journaled constantly. All day long. I had boxes of journals. They were really just love letters to God, just thanking him and praying out loud and telling him my desires.
I’ve been keeping journals since I was a kid.
I published only in academic journals in philosophy until I was in my 40s, but I had been writing fiction and poetry my whole adult life – without ever once trying to publish it, and rarely letting anyone read it.