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I want to be what I've always wanted to be: dominant.
Being a good actor isn't easy. Being a man is even harder. I want to be both before I'm done.
I put myself in the place of the listener when editing my writing. The last thing that I want to do is be preached at and told who to be or what to think when listening to an artist. However, I do want to be inspired. There's a fine line.
On women's and men's rights: You might be thinking who is this Harry Potter girl? And what is she doing up on stage at the UN? It's a good question and trust me I have been asking myself the same thing. I don't know if I am qualified to be here. All I know is that I care about this problem. And I want to make it better.
My greatest talent is knowing exactly what I want to hear.
I started acted when I was nine years old, Jen started when she was 12. You don't have this idea of celebrity at that age. You have the idea of wanting to make movies and have a passion for storytelling. It's what we're good at. It's what we do. It's not like we just made this choice and decided 'Oh yeah, I want to be an actor because I want to make movies but also there's a fame element...' No, we didn't think like that. At least I didn't and I know Jen didn't.
Curiosity, in Einstein's case, came not just from a desire to question the mysterious. More important, it came from a childlike sense of marvel that propelled him to question the familiar, those concepts that, as he once said, 'the ordinary adult never bothers his head about.'
Source: Einstein: His Life and Universe page 548
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It is our desires that limit the scope of our self-realisation, hinder our extension of consciousness, and give rise to sin, which is the innermost barrier that keeps us apart from our God, setting up disunion and the arrogance of exclusiveness. For sin is not one mere action, but it is an attitude of life which takes for granted that our goal is finite, that our self is the ultimate truth, and that we are not all essentially one but exist each for his own separate individual existence.
The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential... these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.
Yet it is in this loneliness that the deepest activities begin. It is here that you discover act without motion, labor that is profound repose, vision in obscurity, and, beyond all desire, a fulfillment whose limits extend to infinity.
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