In this post, you will find great Loved Quotes from famous people, such as Henri Nouwen, Daniel Radcliffe, Debbie Reynolds, Hedy Lamarr, Pablo Picasso. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
We all want to be loved. We all want to feel accepted. We all want to feel content. And life is hard.
I loved the idea of making history interesting for kids! When Scholastic approached me about ‘The 39 Clues’, I immediately started going through the ‘greatest hits‘ from my years as a social studies teacher, and picked the historical characters and eras that most appealed to my students.
The first Disney movie I saw I think was ‘Snow White.’ I loved all the Disney princess movies.
I really wanted to be a model when I was little. I loved photography, and I loved being on camera. But I was short and chubby, so I couldn’t. Anyway, being an artist is way more interesting than just being a model because it’s about you and what you want to be. You’re not being treated like a clothes hanger.
I’ve always loved life, and I’ve never known what’s ahead. I love not knowing what might be round the corner. I love serendipity.
I loved her. I still love her, though I curse her in my sleep, so nearly one are love and hate, the two most powerful and devasting emotions that control man, nations, life.
I was very influenced by The Magic Mountain. It’s a book that had a huge impact on me. I loved that as a shape for a novel: put a bunch of people in a beautiful place, give them all tuberculosis, make them all stay in a fur sleeping bag for several years and see what happens.
I’ve begun to realize, as I’m getting older, that I was taught to go for a certain kind of stillness to get things done. I missed that in my life. I loved my grandmother‘s property, out in South Georgia right above the Florida line, so I just thought I’d find some property where I could feel that again.
I’ve always loved being active, and I used to do sports – basketball, soccer, volleyball – growing up.
I loved every day I was in politics. But I got out at the right time. I never miss it.
I get the Swansea-Cardiff thing: I was a Swansea player; I loved playing against Cardiff. But when I played for Wales and played with Jason Perry or Nathan Blake, I never saw them as blue and white and me as black and white.
‘Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.
Every musician, their goal in life is to play music that people love, and I’ve accomplished my goal. I was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and left that chapter of my life and those people in the past. Good and bad, I’ve loved and am thankful for that chapter.
I have a lot to be thankful for. I am healthy, happy and I am loved.
I loved the college experience of studying.
Well, if you don’t want your relatives and friends to die, help me spread the news. Let people know about immortality device. That way, your loved ones won’t die.
I loved doing Judge Doom in ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit.’ I’m constantly running into people who saw that movie when they were kids, and it absolutely horrified them.
I didn’t do it for the money. I know a lot of people say that, but if I’d wanted to be rich, I’d have stayed working as a city lawyer. I gave that up eight years ago and took a massive drop in salary, and I didn’t mind because I was doing what I loved. There’s plenty of material for the other five books.
We all have friends and loved ones who say 60’s the new 30. No. Sixty‘s the new 60.
Leaving Egypt and the people I loved so much, and the environment I liked, was definitely worth it, because I also have great love for medicine and science.
When trouble breaks out, our men and women in uniform, they don’t just sit around thinking about it or talking about it – they act. They put on that uniform. They leave their loved ones behind. They go out there. They give orders. They follow orders. They do whatever it takes to keep our country safe.
Politics is not an exact science. That’s why in school I loved mathematics. Everything in mathematics was clear to me.
I had everything I’d hoped for, but I wasn’t being myself. So I decided to be honest about who I was. It was strange: The people who loved me for being funny suddenly didn’t like me for being… me.
Having loved the Stones all the time I was growing up, I wasn’t about to see them go and split up. It got very close to it in the 80s, when Mick thought that Keith hated him and vice versa.
Best thing that’s happened this year? Maybe Hostel. It was a great experience. I loved it.
I think Elvis loved his fans – I think that’s why they loved him and still love him. Fans are very conscious and sensitive to the fact that performers love them.
My mom loved the old black-and-white films.
Some loved me, some hated me – but they all followed me.
I’ve always really loved the ’20s and the whole Art Deco time. I just think it was just the most amazing era for style and design.
I loved ‘Saturday Night Fever‘ when I was a kid. I couldn’t believe people talked that way. It was just a whole new culture I didn’t understand. I snuck into it. It was an R-rated film. So it holds a special place.
Yes, I would have loved to win it, but I have great memories from World Cups. The 2007 tournament – my first – was very special.
From the time I started the decathlon, I’ve loved the event. I didn’t know why. I still don’t know why.
I love the idea of the teachings of Jesus Christ and the beautiful stories about it, which I loved in Sunday school and I collected all the little stickers and put them in my book. But the reality is that organised religion doesn’t seem to work. It turns people into hateful lemmings and it’s not really compassionate.
Virtue is persecuted more by the wicked than it is loved by the good.
I’ve always loved a challenge.
I loved growing up in Canada. It’s a great place to grow up because – well, at least where I grew up – it’s very multicultural. There’s also good health care and a good education system.
A true architect is not an artist but an optimistic realist. They take a diverse number of stakeholders, extract needs, concerns, and dreams, then create a beautiful yet tangible solution that is loved by the users and the community at large. We create vessels in which life happens.
If I loved all the world as I do you, I shouldn’t write books to it: I should only write letters to it, and that would be only a clumsy stage on the way to entire telepathy.
Don’t try to change anybody. And they should let you be yourself, ‘You loved me when you met me, so let’s keep going!’
For ‘Regulate,’ I was at home, and I came up with it. I was listening to Michael McDonald‘s ‘I Keep Forgettin’.’ It was a record that I always loved, from being a kid and my parents playing it when they had their company of friends over. It was a record that just stuck in my head, and it just felt good.
Personally, I’ve always loved the curvy look.
I’ve loved musical theater ever since I was a kid. My mother‘s a pianist, and my grandfather was an amateur theater director and stand-up comic. And I was an only child. And I loved attention. So from an early age, my family was teaching old musical songs.
When I was a kid, I loved Nintendo.
I had to learn compassion. Had to learn what it felt like to hate, and to forgive and to love and be loved. And to lose people close to me. Had to feel deep loneliness and sorrow. And then I could write.
I am an example of what is possible when girls from the very beginning of their lives are loved and nurtured by people around them. I was surrounded by extraordinary women in my life who taught me about quiet strength and dignity.
I used to teach at a private school, and the parents thought I loved their children. I did not love their children! I liked them well enough, but I was always delighted to see them go off for summer vacation.
We are the spirit children of a Heavenly Father. He loved us and He taught us before we were born into this world. He told us that He wished to give us all that He had. To qualify for that gift we had to receive mortal bodies and be tested. Because of those mortal bodies, we would face pain, sickness, and death.
People may not know this about me, but I’ve always loved cooking. My favorite thing to cook is my mom’s spicy spaghetti.
From the time I was 9 years old, I loved magic. I was an only child, and I think that had a big impact on me. I always had grown-up friends even though I was a little kid. I would take the train from Lido Beach into Manhattan, and I’d hang out in magic shops.
I write out of gratitude for all the books I have loved over the years.
I designed ‘Buffy’ to be an icon, to be an emotional experience, to be loved in a way that other shows can’t be loved. Because it’s about adolescence, which is the most important thing people go through in their development, becoming an adult.
The Beatles created something that never trailed off. What a gift that was to their fans. If you’re into the Beatles, you loved them from beginning to end.
I have loved eight women in my life. I remember every woman’s face.
As a kid I watched television 24 hours a day and loved every minute of it. The two shows that always make me laugh and are therefore my favourites are The Dick Van Dyke Show and Fawlty Towers.
I love deejaying and got the opportunity to do a music production course online and loved it, but I am about as musically talented as a house brick.
Enter Shikari are a mash-up of everything. I used to really love dubstep when they first came out. They had those amazing basslines, so I loved going to the live shows.
Whether you are a man or a woman, when you’re loved, you look good and are happier.
A few years ago I was participating in a comedic ‘Inner Beauty Pageant’ and I had to figure out a talent very last-minute. I always loved Tyra Banks’s ‘We were all rooting for you!’ moment, and so I decided to lip-sync live to the six-minute entirety of it as my talent.
I always loved lifting and training and competing.
Never the time and the place and the loved one all together!
The American people are not just being taxed to death; they’re being taxed after death. But, no one should have to sell the life’s work of a parent or a loved one just to pay the federal government.
I got really into Martin Scorsese as a teenager, so then it was kind of the whole reason I wanted to be an actor. Just like tons of young actors, I think, get freaked out by the Scorsese/DeNiro movies. I loved all his movies in the ’90s, too. Then I got a part in ‘The Aviator’ and couldn’t believe it.
I didn’t love Jim Morrison ’cause he was self-destructive. I loved him because of his work. Because of the way he merged poetry and rock-and-roll. Because he did something new.
He who believes in freedom of the will has never loved and never hated.
I think the idea that life ends when we physically die is as painful as the idea in Cromwell’s time that there’s some awful purgatory, and you have to give money to the Catholic church to get your loved ones out. I certainly have experienced a lot of evidence that there’s a consciousness that isn’t physical.
We can not love everyone and be loved by everyone. It would be perfection, and nothing is perfect in this world.
My brother Barry was into all sports, and so was my late father. For me, hockey was the one sport I loved and played. I didn’t really pay much attention to the other sports.
If I loved you less, I might be able to talk about it more.
I would have loved to record with Paul McCartney on some of his early solo recordings, wonderful music. Playing some lovely organ, perhaps. I would have loved to record with John Lennon. He was a dear friend. I had lunch with him just two days before he died.
Growing up, I loved films like ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ and ‘On the Waterfront‘ and became a huge fan of Marlon Brando.
Work? I never worked a day in my life. I always loved what I was doing, had a passion for it.
I always played sports when I was young. I played football and baseball for eight years. I loved football.
I learned my phrasing from Frank. I loved him so much.
If you wished to be loved, love.
I am happy with being a tennis player and the choice I took when I was 12. But clearly, if I wouldn’t have been a tennis player, I would have loved to be a soccer player. But again, I am happy with the choice I made.
To be loved is very demoralizing.
I loved my juniors growing up and how fun it was.
I have lots of memories of my father. He was an incredible father. We all loved him to death.
I was a tomboy right from the time I was a kid and loved to be like that. I’d hate all the girlie things. Well my best friends as a kid have been boys. I get along best with the opposite sex. I guess that’s the case with most people though!
I want to be perceived as a guy who played his best in all facets, not just scoring. A guy who loved challenges.
I couldn’t stand it. It was what I thought I always wanted. I was there every day in the trenches, and I hated everything about that job. But what I loved – and what I got from ‘The Tooth Fairy‘ – was to see how studio movies were released.
Mizzou was my real family. I loved it. Football was a sense of home. A home I never had.
I’ve loved reading all my life.
I loved reading Grimm’s fairy tales and Hans Christian Andersen, and I loved to dream about other worlds and other lives. Maybe that has something to do with having an incomplete family, being an only child. All I know is I loved to pretend, and all that was in tandem with my wanting to be an actress.
Sometimes we should express our gratitude for the small and simple things like the scent of the rain, the taste of your favorite food, or the sound of a loved one’s voice.
I remember when I first won the Academy Award and how much I loved it. I just wish there was an award around that you could really believe in again.
Confidence, as a teenager? Because I knew what I loved. I loved to read; I loved to listen to music; and I loved cats. Those three things. So, even though I was an only kid, I could be happy because I knew what I loved.
People would ask me why I was doing what I was doing – but I always told them that I just loved to skate. There was no other explanation.
With my kids, they’re told 75 times a day that they’re loved. One thing I know is they feel loved and secure and happy and needed and necessary and a part of something.
I loved ‘Clueless.’ That was one of my favorite movies of all time.
At the end of the day, who I really and truly am is a little girl who loved to play the piano.
I thought, well of course, Kinsey absolutely adored teaching. He was a wonderful teacher. So these kids really inspired me. So that was a clue I hung onto. He loved young people, he absolutely loved them. And he loved teaching them and trying to help them.
In the early 2000s, I was introduced to the noble art of kickboxing, it thrilled me, and I loved it. I loved the honour and the discipline, and I also loved the punching.
I’ve loved every minute I’ve spent in television. And I’ve had much more failure, as traditionally measured, than success in television. I’ve done four shows, and only one of them was the ‘West Wing.’
No matter how devastating our struggles, disappointments, and troubles are, they are only temporary. No matter what happens to you, no matter the depth of tragedy or pain you face, no matter how death stalks you and your loved ones, the Resurrection promises you a future of immeasurable good.
It is impossible to live without love. You must have the feeling of being loved.
I’ve always loved the editing process.
I never loved another person the way I loved myself.
My freshman English professor at Kent State University in 1984 told me I was a good writer, and she loved all the silly pictures I drew in my notebook. She said I should try writing children’s books, and so I did.
If you ask anyone in animation, how long they’ve been into animation, they’ll pretty much always tell you that it’s since they can remember, and I’m no exception. I’ve always just loved drawing and loved cartoons.
I never really loved school through junior high, but then I started running track my freshman year, and I was just like, ‘Wow, this is cool!’
Kids need a happy household. They need to be loved and supported in their dreams. And I don’t think you can make your kids’ dreams your own. They need you to support them in their dreams.
I used to watch all these great fat women in the audience laughing at the comic, and I would think how wonderful it would be to be that man. He was surrounded by pretty girls, he obviously got more money than anyone else, and everyone loved him.
I love to argue. I’ve always loved to argue. And I love to point out the weaknesses of the opposing arguments. It may well be that I’m something of a shin kicker. It may well be that I’m something of a contrarian.
I got into writing because books and stories were always a big part of my life. I loved listening to them and then reading them, and I loved making them up.
Nancy was a very special person, too beautiful for this world. I feel so privileged to have loved her and been loved by her.
It is the most wonderful feeling in the world, knowing you are loved and wanted.
When I was a kid, and I was watching TV, I just loved it so much that I wanted to crawl into that TV.
I’ve always loved kickboxing.
I was open to anything, but comedy was what I really loved.
I’ve loved the escapism of being another person, slipping into another character for a little while.
I fell in love with flora of all types, especially ferns. Loved the sparse structure and repetition of shape – almost fractal.
I loved everything about my wedding look, but, in retrospect, I would have changed the position of where we attached the veil on my head. Make sure you test a few different placements and styles before the big day to make a clear vision and plan with your hairstylist.
My father is a jazz musician, so I grew up hearing jazz. My parents loved it, but I didn’t like it. It went on for too long. Yes, I had certain teachers that really inspired me, like Danny Barker, and John Longo. And I had no idea that I would have any impact on jazz.
Those who love to be feared fear to be loved.
My mama loved me more than anybody ever did.
Love is always bestowed as a gift – freely, willingly and without expectation. We don’t love to be loved; we love to love.
‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ is not really my thing, but I kind of loved it.
By high school, I was telling everyone, ‘Oh, I’m going to be a doctor when I grow up,’ because my dad was always saying to me, ‘Pick a career path where you’re always going to be necessary.’ But by junior year, I was president of choir, I was the lead in the school play, and I just loved being onstage performing.
I played Mary at the age of seven in my first nativity play, and I loved it – there is something so fascinating about embodying someone else.
Even after he was gone, I still loved my father. I looked Norwegian, like him, with a long face, strong jaw, thin mouth, and flashing eyes. And, like him, I was verbal, easygoing, and low-key on the surface, and, deep down, proud, socially paranoid, full of self-loathing, and prone to rage at injustice.
I loved the African-American culture, but racism was still a big problem and white America was exactly what I didn’t love.
My husband and I like to reminisce about how, when we were 9, we read straight through L. Frank Baum’s ‘Oz’ series, books filled with wizards and witches. And you know what those subversive tales taught us? That we loved to read!
I like Robo Shankar – he evokes laughter, he has a unique body language and style. I loved all scenes of his in ‘Maari.’
I’m very comfortable in my own skin now. I started just being myself more and more. For women, this happens as you get older. I loved my 40s – I thought they were fantastic. And I’m loving my 50s. I’m going to love everything because you’re either older or dead!
When I thought about having the greatest impact with my life, I thought about all the times people lose loved ones because diseases weren’t detected early enough. I thought, ‘I can play a role there.’
I did a Coca-Cola commercial when I was about two and a half years old, and then me and my family were extras in a bunch of Westerns. I loved dressing up and stepping into this imaginary world, and it was fun to get outside of my tiny little town with a bunch of movie weirdos.
When I was younger, I was very athletic and I always loved sports and physical things.
I think I was always a drama queen. I really, really, really loved playing pretend.
Loved. You can’t use it in the past tense. Death does not stop that love at all.
My favorite body part is my heart. Nothing beats loving and being loved.
I loved the High Line when it was just mine, when I was the only person up there, and I had a private park in New York City. I had to make an appointment to see it… I’d walk around. I was all alone.
The team aspect of football and just playing quarterback, having the ball in your hands, having to make the plays, that was definitely something I loved.
I had always had an affinity for series in literature, and I thought it would be really cool to incorporate what I loved about books into the story of music, to pile it together.
I’ve always loved dinosaurs.
This is an album of songs that I’ve always loved, tunes that I heard. For the first time in 53 years of recording, I really had control over an entire album, start to finish.
I loved everything, but it was Kanye West who really changed everything for me.
If we were not sinners, Jesus would not have had to come. If he didn’t see us as sinners, he could have loved us without dying for us. He died for our sins. So if we’re all sinners, that means everybody’s in the pot together needing the same love, the same grace and the same forgiveness.
My father loved biographies. He loved the true tales of interesting people that were shaping our culture. I get why he dug ‘Vanity Fair.’ You feel smarter, somehow, for reading it.
I was born when you kissed me. I died when you left me. I lived a few weeks while you loved me.
I desired to become a Christian, and prayed earnestly for the forgiveness of my sins. I felt a peace of mind resulting, and loved every one, feeling desirous that all should have their sins forgiven, and love Jesus as I did.
I played team sport as a kid and loved it. I played basketball and football throughout high school into college in the intramurals and I loved it. There was nothing like a team.
For me, my films are not like my children. They are like my ex-wife. They gave me so much; I gave them so much; I loved them so much; we part ways, and it’s OK, we part ways.
I was a bit of a show-off in school and loved playing dress-up, and my passion for it just grew as I got older.
The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is to love and be loved, just to love and be loved.
When I decided to be a musician I reckoned that that was going to be the way of less profit, less money. I was sort of giving up the idea of making a lot of money. It was what I loved to do. I would have done it anyway. If I’d had to work at Taco Bell I’d have still been out at night trying to play music.
I loved my childhood. They had the coolest toys back then. Star Wars, Transformers, laser-tag gun sets. Toy companies have really gone downhill.
For two centuries the English countryside has been an icon of national identity and the loved reminder of our island home. Yet the government is bent on littering the hills with wind turbines and the valleys with high speed railways.
I’ve always loved to paint – I was studying to do an art degree when I was approached to become a model – and I’ve being doing some design work as well. I also love just having a quiet time, sitting in my little library at home in Brooklyn and reading or watching documentaries or listening to music.
It wasn’t that the teachers were bad. From what I can remember, they were pretty good. It was about the selection of books. It was about not seeing my young life reflected back to me: my family dynamics, the noise and complexities of my neighborhood, the things I loved, like ice cream trucks and Kool-Aid.
When I was five, I think, that’s when I started wanting to be an actress. I loved to play. I didn’t like the world around me because it was kind of grim, but I loved to play house. It was like you could make your own boundaries.
I was diagnosed with ADD – see also: raised on sugary cereals and cartoons – and manic depression. So I was prescribed Ritalin for the ADD, and for the manic imbalances I was prescribed mostly benzodiazepines, which I loved, and antidepressants.
Not to be loved is a misfortune, but it is an insult to be loved no longer.
I had always been a jazz fan – Django Reinhardt, Kenny Burrell, Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass, the early George Benson. And I come from the Hank Marvin melodic upbringing. So blues, I loved, but I also liked jazz. Therefore, my style was more lyrical.
Grime, in particular, is not really about pirate radio and local raves on top of pubs anymore. There are things I miss about those times but as an up-and-coming MC, back then, I would have loved to have had SoundCloud and YouTube and all these platforms to promote my music.
But as a kid, I loved ‘Monty Python.’ My Dad was a devout watcher. We used to watch it when we ate dinner!
But the experience that I had, which was basically just feeling loved and taken care of in a room full of thousands of people I didn’t know, seemed to be a pretty strong sign that what I was doing was a good thing.
When I was a kid, I loved Elvis, and Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones. But I had no connection to Hollywood – and being a movie star was such a far-fetched idea, growing up in Hawaii.
I loved all the wardrobe choices that were made on ‘Gotham.’ I feel like I always looked fantastic, very streamlined.
I’ve always loved the recording studio.
I loved school.
We just need more father figures and more older people to come and school these youth, because there will be a lost generation. And that’s what a gang’s supposed to be, protecting family and doing what you’ve got to do for your loved ones.
Sometimes I wonder if I loved anybody, and yet I think of all the tears I shed and the heartache. It was all such a waste of time.
I loved Ray from ‘The Princess and the Frog.’ He was my guy. There was no Ray before me, so there’s a level of satisfaction there.
I could not love thee, dear, so much, loved I not honor more.
I guess the first big name I worked with was Sissy Spacek, and that was really interesting just because she’s so incredible and I learned so much from just watching her. But she’s also so unassuming that I loved working with her. It wasn’t like working with a star, it was Sissy. Not a big deal.
When I was a child, I loved old people. My New Hampshire grandfather was my model human being.
Punjabi music is loved across the globe.
When we grow older and begin to realize that our omnipotence is really not so omnipotent, that our strongest wishes are not powerful enough to make the impossible possible, the fear that we have contributed to the death of a loved one diminishes – and with it, the guilt.
It is a heartening experience to know that you are loved and being missed.
To be loved is a strength. To love is a weakness.
I always wanted to be loved.
I loved to write when I was a child. I wrote, but I always thought it was something that you did as a child, then you put away childish things.
I’m the most recognized and loved man that ever lived cuz there weren’t no satellites when Jesus and Moses were around, so people far away in the villages didn’t know about them.
He could not die when trees were green, for he loved the time too well.
I did a lot of hiking and I loved it.
I’m one of these people who couldn’t imagine the future. The future never occurred to me. I just loved life every day.
There were a lot of things I loved about working in a library, but mostly I miss the library patrons. I love books, but books are everywhere. Library patrons are as various and oddball and democratic as library books.
I loved cars when I was younger, now not as much as I grew up a little bit. But I still enjoy driving.
My favorite place in Indonesia is Bali. I was there with my family in Nusa Dua, and my kids loved it. I’m a workaholic, so for me, Bali is a place where you can have a vacation, but you can have your own moment as well. You feel like you blend with nature – and I love the beach.
Not only was it Def Leppard I was into when I was 15, but ‘Watermark’ by Enya. I loved it.
I always loved music, I just never thought of it as a career. Baseball was always my thing.
I started singing before I started talking. And that’s the God’s honest truth. I think it was something that I’ve always loved to do, even if I wasn’t good at it. I just loved ballads.
I love being a woman and I was not one of these women who rose through professional life by wearing men’s clothes or looking masculine. I loved wearing bright colors and being who I am.
Woody Harrelson was just so much fun. He’s a child at heart, and he loved being in a ‘Star Wars’ film, I think.
I loved ‘Mr & Mrs Iyer.’
My family loves movies. My dad and I used to eat a huge breakfast, and then we’d just go hang out at the theater all day together. We loved movies like ‘Indiana Jones’ and ‘James Bond.’ We were both big action-adventure movie fans. So I kind of grew up with an appreciation for film.
I loved the guitar, and I had all of this music in my head. My passion for the guitar and the ideas for what I could create musically were equal. So that’s where I was.
I always loved performing and being on stage.
I always loved aesthetics. Not particularly fashion, but an idea of beauty.
I think Hell exists on Earth. It’s a psychological state, or it can be a physical state. People who have severe mental illness are in Hell. People who have lost a loved one are in Hell. I think there are all kinds of different hells. It’s not a place you go to after you die.
I loved doing ‘Pennies from Heaven.’ Because you have to understand that I’d been doing comedy for 15 to 20 years, and suddenly along came the opportunity to do this beautiful film. It was so emotional to me. I loved it. I don’t think it was a good career move, but I have no regrets about doing it.
Anime is something I loved to watch as a kid.
I’ve just always loved books, and I love the idea that we’re all just really made of stories. I do also like the idea that anyone can love books. Books don’t care how educated you are or what you do for a living.
I have always loved and admired women.
Richard Nixon was a very complex man. I don’t think he was a conservative, nor liberal, not even a moderate. He was a pragmatic politician. He loved politics.
Cali was a name I’ve always loved.
I saw ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ and I loved it.
I love Mariah Carey. Remember the breakdown? I loved the breakdown.
I loved acting and wanted to be a leading man. But I decided I’d rather be a big fish in the stuntman pond than a little acting fish. I guess I must have made the right decision.
A deep sense of love and belonging is an irreducible need of all people. We are biologically, cognitively, physically, and spiritually wired to love, to be loved, and to belong. When those needs are not met, we don’t function as we were meant to. We break. We fall apart. We numb. We ache. We hurt others. We get sick.
Irrespective of age, we mourn for those loved and lost. Mourning is one of the deepest expressions of pure love.
All of us have special ones who have loved us into being.
I think everyone understands grief, the journey it takes us on, whether it’s the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, a disappointment. Some people don’t deal with it, the power of it. Some do. Some feel the weight of it and it informs their choices. I’ve had to open up to grief in different contexts.
Synchronicity is basically coincidences with a meaning. That synchronicity is in our lives to help us get in touch with our loved ones and also refine our intuition.
The underlying message of the Neighborhood is that if somebody cares about you, it’s possible that you’ll care about others. ‘You are special, and so is your neighbor’ – that part is essential: that you’re not the only special person in the world. The person you happen to be with at the moment is loved, too.
I have had an interest in art since childhood. I loved to draw as a child and still do.
Pretty much my whole life, I’ve been a performer and have loved singing and writing songs in my room for my own ears.
I always loved playing basketball. That was never a problem for me. You want to go to the park or the gym, I’ll play with you all day, but working out, I didn’t love. I hated it.
I’ve always loved great upholstery, and think that a great sofa is one of the most important pieces of furniture in your home.
I loved Catholic school. I didn’t like being beeped at by old pervs at the gas station because I was wearing a plaid skirt, though. It’s like, do you think I’m going to stop and give you my phone number?
I loved making ‘Rising Sun’. I got into the psychology of why she liked to get strangled and tied up in plastic bags. It has to do with low self-worth.
Yes, I was inspired by Jack London and still love reading his books. Ernie Banks is another hero because I lived in Chicago for two years as a kid, and I loved that he was the Cubs‘ loyal underdog and one of the first African-Americans to make that breakthrough.
The first movie that I saw was Godzilla and I loved it.
I loved ‘Fantasia’ as a kid because it filled me with wonder, enchantment and awe. It was my first real introduction into classical music. It was totally inspiring to me.
My mother loved children – she would have given anything if I had been one.
The demand to be loved is the greatest of all arrogant presumptions.
I believe we have become paralyzed, paralyzed by our desire to be loved. Now our founding fathers had the wisdom to know that social acceptance and popularity were fleeing, and that this country’s principles needed to be rooted in strengths greater than the passions and the emotions of the times.
My grandmother. She’s someone I never met, and I would’ve loved to have met her. She’s been a huge influence on our entire family, not just me. She is a mystery. It’s not clear exactly what about her is truth and myth.
I was the only one in my family to be musically inclined, and my mother loved that. It encouraged my grand aunt to find me a music teacher, because it was quite obvious music was in me.
It’s such an amazing thing to be loved for who you are.
Because my friends and family are real people, and they wear all sizes, I couldn’t imagine designing something that my loved ones could not wear.
My dad was a football player – a soccer player – for Manchester United, and I loved playing football, but I also happened to be the guy in class who was pretty good at sight reading. My teacher gave me scripts, and I was very comfortable.
Where do I begin? I loved working with Kate Hepburn, which was one of the highlights of my life; Working with Richard Burton in Beckett was another great joy.
The supreme happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved; loved for ourselves, or rather in spite of ourselves.
My first job with Walmart was unloading trucks in a warehouse. Then I worked as an assistant manager in a store, and I was lucky enough to get into our buyer-training program. I loved merchandising and had a career path that led me through Sam’s Club and Walmart International.
The blues was like that problem child that you may have had in the family. You was a little bit ashamed to let anybody see him, but you loved him. You just didn’t know how other people would take it.
I wanted to be Brooke Shields, and my mother was an aspiring photographer, so I was, of course, the only one who would sit still long enough for her to get things in focus, and I loved doing that.
With acting, I started very young, and I’d performed for a lot of children in boarding schools, late at night after the dormitory lights were out. I’d have a flashlight, and I’d be Count Dracula, or Shakespeare, or Yogi Bear, and leap from bunk to bunk. I loved the laughter; I liked the way it made people feel.
I knew acting was what I wanted to do. I don’t know if I was brilliant at it, but when I was doing school plays, I loved it so much I didn’t want it to end. I feel like I’m exactly the same as when I was doing plays at school, to be honest.
The Christianity of the St Stephen’s College I remember was atmospheric (how we loved the chapel, the choir and the Cross), cultural and entirely subtle.
It’s hard to see a film that’s been made from a book that you really loved because it’s such a different experience.
I loved the idea of understanding people, places, concepts, concerns and large international questions. And being the one to go out and get the answers.
And I loved Frank Lloyd Wright. I think he was the greatest man I have ever met in my life.
I’ve always loved video games. I played ‘Ms. Pac-man’ with my dad, and I Ioved ‘Galaga’ and ‘Tempest‘ and grew up on the standing arcade games. Even to this day, my dad will call me if he’s playing ‘Ms. Pac-man’ and hold the phone up to the game.
That’s what I loved about Temptation Island. I don’t even know why they did it.
Fear keeps us focused on the past or worried about the future. If we can acknowledge our fear, we can realize that right now we are okay. Right now, today, we are still alive, and our bodies are working marvelously. Our eyes can still see the beautiful sky. Our ears can still hear the voices of our loved ones.
Never let a problem to be solved become more important than a person to be loved.
I’ve always loved life, irrespective of all the ups and downs that have filled my journey.
Part of what I loved – and love – about being around older people is the tangible sense of history they embody. I’m interested in military history, for instance, because both my grandfathers fought in World War II. I’m interested in writing because one of those grandfathers wrote books.
Why is it better to love than to be loved? It is surer.
All my boyhood, all I ever wanted was to be loved.
I loved clinical practice, but in public health, you can impact more than one person at a time. The whole society is your patient.
I loved medieval architecture when I was very small; I don’t know why.
Ultimately if you’re a journalist, one day you’re writing about figure skating, one day a political debate. I loved that about reporting. I like throwing my energies into various corners of the world.
Older people say, ‘Oh I loved you in ‘Sense and Sensibility,’ and that’s the only film they want to talk about. Equally, there are people who only want to talk about ‘Galaxy Quest.’ And there’s a whole bunch of teenagers who only want to talk about ‘Dogma.’
Lord, grant that I might not so much seek to be loved as to love.
I loved couriers. You had this transfer of physical information happening throughout the city and the world. Someone picking up the package, putting it in a bag, going somewhere, taking it out of the bag, giving it to someone else. I thought that was so cool. I wanted to map it, to see that flow on a big screen.
When I was shooting for ‘Mahabharat,’ in those one or one and a half years, I didn’t live my life. I was living as Arjun. Not even one single day I was Shaheer. But that paid off very well, as everyone loved my role.
I loved Interpol when they came out, but I never wanted to be in Interpol.
You know who first started calling me ‘The Cowboy‘ – Paul Richards. He loved to play golf and when he came to Los Angeles he used to call me up and I’d arrange for him to play at Lakeside and when he saw me, he always called me ‘Cowboy’ and everybody else in baseball picked it up.
Cambridge was a joy. Tediously. People reading books in a posh place. It was my fantasy. I loved it. I miss it still.
I don’t know about everyone else, but I really loved lunch and recess because it was an opportunity to get carried away with your imagination.
Everybody’s looking for love, and you want to love somebody and be loved in return.
The India-China intercourse began from the era of the Eastern Han Dynasty. Both interacted with each other peacefully and conducted scholarly and ideological exchanges. Both loved and admired each other; never had there been a slight clash.
I like not only to be loved, but also to be told I am loved.
She was trusted and valued by her father, loved and courted by all dogs, cats, children, and poor people, and slighted and neglected by everybody else.
I watched World’s Strongest Man growing up on TV and I just loved all of that, so I decided to enter a Strongman contest – just for fun. Really. For no other reason than that I just wanted to compete in something and push myself. I ended up loving it from the get-go and also found that I was very gifted.
But Buddy was an upper. He was happy. He loved music, and he was really happy. I don’t know… I don’t believe in reincarnation at all, but if all that stuff is true, then he might have been on his last time around.
In high school I definitely had a clique of friends. And what I loved about it was that we were healthy and good girls.
One is loved because one is loved. No reason is needed for loving.
Happy is he who still loves something he loved in the nursery: He has not been broken in two by time; he is not two men, but one, and he has saved not only his soul but his life.
A pain stabbed my heart as it did every time I saw a girl I loved who was going the opposite direction in this too-big world.
We travelled a lot, went on tour with my dad a lot. But there was never a moment when any of us didn’t feel loved, or taken care of.
Oh, if I had been loved at the age of seventeen, what an idiot I would be today. Happiness is like smallpox: if you catch it too soon, it can completely ruin your constitution.
When I was a little kid, I simply loved music and enjoyed expressing myself with my body.
The first rap that I wrote was about my Maths teacher, and as expected, he didn’t like it, but the students loved it!
Don’t walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don’t walk behind me, I may not lead. There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved.
I’ve always loved teaching and reading and talking to people, and my grandfather was a professor.
I loved books; I read my childhood away. I was more interested in my interior world.
I always loved designing, but the context needs to be right, and have a positive perspective.
I’ve always liked wrinkles. When I was a young girl, I used to make lines on my face with my nails because I loved Jeanne Moreau. I always wanted to be older; I always added years to my life. For the longest time, if people thought I was older, I would take it as a compliment.
My father was a man of love. He always loved me to death. He worked hard in the fields, but my father never hit me. Never. I don’t ever remember a really cross, unkind word from my father.
I was brought up by my mother and my two sisters, although they’re older than me and fled the nest very young, so I was technically raised as an only child, but I was very much loved.
I’ve always loved boxing. It’s something I’ve always been extremely excited about.
I loved Jimmy Snuka as a fan.
The whole difference between construction and creation is exactly this: that a thing constructed can only be loved after it is constructed; but a thing created is loved before it exists.
I loved the game so much that even though our playing field was muddy and we had many trees on it, I used to play many hours every day.
As a kid, I loved any fantasy.
You are loved just for being who you are, just for existing. You don’t have to do anything to earn it. Your shortcomings, your lack of self-esteem, physical perfection, or social and economic success – none of that matters. No one can take this love away from you, and it will always be here.
I love that twinkly, girl rap. I’ve always loved that.
As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you.
I’m not sure if it’s fair to call it a ‘fairy tale,’ but I really loved ‘Mulan,’ the Disney film. It was my favorite. I guess it’s not really a fairy tale, but you do get Eddie Murphy as a dragon.
I started out real young as a tight end, but I was never getting the football. I knew when I played basketball, I loved to have control of the ball. When I played baseball, I was a pitcher. I always wanted to be the guy throwing the passes and making a difference, I guess.
It is better to have loved and lost than never to have lost at all.
The megalomaniac differs from the narcissist by the fact that he wishes to be powerful rather than charming, and seeks to be feared rather than loved. To this type belong many lunatics and most of the great men of history.
Unless we love and are loved, each of us is alone, each of us is deeply lonely.
I’d see my daddy about once a month, and I missed him. I would have loved to have had more of him. He was tall, attractive and very quiet, very gentle. He had a wife who I don’t think ever really liked me much.
We in the Negro leagues felt like we were contributing something to baseball, too, when we were playing. We played with a round ball, and we played with a round bat. And we wore baseball uniforms, and we thought that we were making a contribution to baseball. We loved the game, and we liked to play it.