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I surrendered unto Him all there was of me; everything! Then for the first time I realized what it meant to have real power.
I wanted to show the real side of me because of the unfair things that people said about me, but I realized that it was impossible and tried to think of why people thought of me in that manner.
I realized that perseverence and step-by-step progress are the only ways to reach a goal along a chosen path.
I felt free, once I realized i was never going to fit the narrow mold that society wanted me to fit in.
Later, I began to succeed in decisive games. Perhaps because I realized a very simple truth: not only was I worried, but also my opponent
I called to the other men that the sky was clearing, and then a moment later I realized that what I had seen was not a rift in the clouds but the white crest of an enormous wave.
I used to play golf. I wanted to be a better player, but after a while I realized I'd always stink. And that's when I really started to enjoy the game.
I also became a vegetarian when I was 14 because I realized eating animals was cruel.
Perhaps I shifted from "me" to "we" when I realized that "I" could get a lot more done with "us."
I even went so far as to become a Southern Baptist for a while, until I realized that they didn't hold 'em under long enough.
I was in Bangalore, India, the Silicon Valley of India, when I realized that the world was flat.
July 13, 1954 was the most tragic day of my life. I had lost my beloved Frida forever. To late now I realized that the most wonderful part of my life had been my love for Frida.
My initial response was to sue her for defamation of character, but then I realized that I had no character.
First I wanted to be a veterinarian. And then I realized you had to give them shots to put them to sleep, so I decided I'd just buy a bunch of animals and have them in my house instead.
All my life I used to wonder what I would become when I grew up. Then, about seven years ago, I realized that I was never going to grow up--that growing is an ever ongoing process.
Everyone messes up in relationships and has peaks and valleys in their personal lives. When I realized it wasn't the end of the world and I would keep on standing, I knew it was going to be OK.
I don't remember not dancing. When I realized I was alive and these were my parents, and I could walk and talk, I could dance.
Turns out, I couldn't catch them - or even get close to them. I realized that sharks are amazing, beautiful animals who have absolutely no interest in checking me out.
It was only when I finished the course and left my graduation diploma on the bus that I realized I'd become an actor.
But you have to give your whole life to a cello. When I realized that, I went back to the guitar and just turned the volume up a bit louder.
I used to be homophobic, but as I got older, I realized that wasn't the way to do things. I don't discriminate against anybody for their sexual preference, for their skin color... that's immature.
I never had much interest in the piano until I realized that every time I played, a girl would appear on the piano bench to my left and another to my right.
I realized I could run after finding out that my dad used to run and it gave me the morale that if he did it then maybe I could also run.
I realized that beauty was not a thing that I could acquire or consume, it was something that I just had to be.
I always wondered why somebody doesn't do something about that. Then I realized I was somebody.
...and I realized that Garrett was right about one thing- I had flipped. Completely.
Rape is the most humiliating thing that can be done to you; it's the most vulnerable that you can be. But once I realized that, I became a stronger person and faced all my fears.
I was very ill at ease with people in social situations, and I realized that if I photographed I wouldn't have to chat.
Poverty, I realized, wasn't only a lack of financial resources; it was isolation from the kind of people that could help you make more of yourself.
For a long time I was embarrassed to say I was a 'B' movie actor, ... But now that I see what Hollywood's putting out, I realized 'B' actually means 'better.'
I decided to make 'Captain America' because I realized I wasn't doing the film because it terrified me. You can't make decisions based on fear.
I realized I was tired of singing about trees and flowers. I wanted to sing about real life. From then on, nobody could tell me anything was better than blues.
Today, when I saw you, I realized that what is between us is nothing more than an illusion.
I realized pretty soon that I have to do more than just play bass in the background way. So, I developed a kind of playing which only a handful of musicians accepted.
The black person is the protagonist in most of my paintings. I realized that I didn't see many paintings with black people in them.
I got a camera when I was nine years old and it wasn't until I was a model that I realized you could be a photographer for a job.
I have a lot of growing up to do. I realized that the other day inside my fort.
As I grew older, I realized that it was much better to insist on the genuine forms of nature, for simplicity is the greatest adornment of art.
I had fought on behalf of man against the sea, but I realized that it had become more urgent to fight on behalf of the sea against men.
I just realized that I'm just going to be who I am. I don't need to adjust how I look for anyone or even for myself. Even if I have a pimple, I'm not going to cover it up with makeup.
So okay, I accepted, and I realized while working for that concert that I'd been missing something very important and vital to me, and that something was music.
I was three-quarters down the list of guys I would be facing in my first game when I realized I was looking at our own roster.
As a child, I thought I hated everybody, but when I grew up I realized it was just children I didn't like.
It was when I realized I needed to stop trying to be somebody else and be myself, that I actually started to own, accept and love what I had.
A great burden was lifted from my shoulders the day I realized that no one owes me anything.
One very fundamental thing has not changed and I realized that it will never change... is that I really need to go home and practice.
I realized, there are people out there who can beat me, want to beat me. And unless I continue to innovate and evolve, I am going to learn a painful lesson from someone who has.
I realized a long time ago that instead of being jealous you can be inspired and appreciative. It carries more energy to you.
Even before I had had time to really think things through, I realized we must not forget. If all of us forgot, the same thing might happen again, in 20 or 50 or 100 years.
In In Pakistan, when we were stopped from going to school, at that time I realized that education ... Is the power for women, and that's why the terrorists are afraid of education.