I'm so lonely I don't even want to be with myself anymore.
I want to prove to myself, most importantly, that I can do this. I've believed all along that I could, and I won't let myself down. I've made up my mind that this is what I want to do and I won't settle for anything else.
If I discover within myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world.
The world is the mirror of myself dying.
Fear is static that prevents me from hearing myself.
I never loved another person the way I loved myself.
Yes, and I had pimples so badly it used to make me so shy. I used not to look at myself. I'd hide my face in the dark, I wouldn't want to look in the mirror and my father teased me and I just hated it and I cried everyday.
I just want to be myself.
I'm extremely happy in my life. I consider myself to be very blessed.
I don't do a huge amount of physical activity. I play tennis, I work out sporadically, and I eat well and take care of myself.
I do not know myself, and God forbid that I should.
I am so happy with myself; it's an awesome feeling.
When I give I give myself.
I feel happy and fulfilled, and proud of myself.
I was upset with myself. I blamed myself.
I don't know if I continue, even today, always liking myself. But what I learned to do many years ago was to forgive myself. It is very important for every human being to forgive herself or himself because if you live, you will make mistakes- it is inevitable. But once you do and you see the mistake, then you forgive yourself and say, 'well, if I'd known better I'd have done better,' that's all. So you say to people who you think you may have injured, 'I'm sorry,' and then you say to yourself, 'I'm sorry.' If we all hold on to the mistake, we can't see our own glory in the mirror because we have the mistake between our faces and the mirror; we can't see what we're capable of being. You can ask forgiveness of others, but in the end the real forgiveness is in one's own self. I think that young men and women are so caught by the way they see themselves. Now mind you. When a larger society sees them as unattractive, as threats, as too black or too white or too poor or too fat or too thin or too sexual or too asexual, that's rough. But you can overcome that. The real difficulty is to overcome how you think about yourself. If we don't have that we never grow, we never learn, and sure as hell we should never teach.
I hate myself and I want to die.
If I wasn't Bob Dylan, I'd probably think that Bob Dylan has a lot of answers myself.
I always wanted to ride a dragon myself, so I decided to do this for a year in my imagination.
As a young actor, people were trying to define who I was before I really knew that for myself. But I still remember thinking, "This is what I love doing, and I hope I'm going to be able to do it forever."
I myself believe that there will one day be time travel because when we find that something isn't forbidden by the over-arching laws of physics we usually eventually find a technological way of doing it.
I am no longer sure of anything. If I satiate my desires, I sin but I deliver myself from them; if I refuse to satisfy them, they infect the whole soul.
The better I get to know men, the more I find myself loving dogs.
The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.
I'm pretty excited. It's a happy moment for myself and my family.