I've a problem with the word charity because I think that NGOs, as I prefer calling them, really do take the work of moral and social responsibilities that ought to be taken on by governments.
We all need to take a deep breath and think about being a Bush daughter and having that cross to bear. I'd go out and have a couple of drinks too.
When I was 18 I went to college for two years and didn't work for a year which was essential for me, because my identity had been so influenced by my being an actor and I think I just needed to discover what it was to be myself, divorced from all that responsibility.
I think I would not be described as a character actor in that I don't take on characteristics which are very alien to me.
Whatever happens, take responsibility.
I think a child should be allowed to take his father's or mother's name at will on coming of age. Paternity is a legal fiction.
Where I think the most work needs to be done is behind the camera, not in front of it.
And these little things may not seem like much but after a while they take you off on a direction where you may be a long way off from what other people have been thinking about.
If I just do it, it will take less time than telling someone what I'm thinking, and have them free associate, and then come back to me and I'll hate it and I'll have to redo it.
Oh, you weak, beautiful people who give up with such grace. What you need is someone to take hold of you - gently, with love, and hand your life back to you.
You promised to take care of me and not to turn your back on me. How is it possible that you never wrote to me even once and you never came back to see me? Do you think that it is fun for me to spend months, even years, without any news, without any hope!
A warrior takes responsibility for his acts, for the most trivial of acts. An average man acts out his thoughts, and never takes responsibility for what he does.
I try not to think about my life. I have no life. I need therapy.
I feel I'll take on the responsibility of showing the world a whole different kind of Latin woman.
I'm a teenager, but I'm independent-I have my own apartment, I have my own life. And I think I have learned more than any of those teenagers have in school. I learned to be responsible, leaving my family and coming here alone.
Find out how much God has given you and from it take what you need; the remainder is needed by others.
Men take only their needs into consideration - never their abilities.
It's going to seem idiotic to say this, but I think that at a given moment we all need a place to ourselves where we can refuge ourselves and cut ourselves off from the world.
I'd like to think that the actions we take today will allow others in the future to discover the wonders of landscapes we helped protect but never had the chance to enjoy ourselves.
I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father's protection.
I hadn't been free from adult responsibilities since I was 12, and I needed to experience that. I really needed to just be a kid again.
But I don't see why we have to take a central hall, for instance, and use in it a sculpture or painting. I think it detracts, somehow.
Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly, while bad people will find a way around the laws.
Since I had the baby I can't tolerate anything violent or sad, I saw the Matrix and I had my eyes closed through a lot of it, though I didn't need to. I would peek, and then think, oh OK, I can see that.
I take the kids to church and Sunday school. They love it. I really think it's important for a child to feel that there are things that are bigger than your life out there.