We all have impossible dreams and we do what we can to pursue them.
We all have idols. Play like anyone you care about but try to be yourself while you're doing so.
We all have idealism. We think we're healthy and then, all of a sudden, one day, you have cancer. The truth has a mind of its own.
We all have human emotions that rob our lives.
We all have hourglass figures; your sand just settles in different places.
We all have hierarchies at work -- even on set, the runner would never walk up to the director and ask for a cup of coffee.
We all have heard it claimed that 13 is an 'unlucky number.' Indeed, there are many hotels in America that for this very reason claim not to have a 13th floor, in the sense that there is no button bearing the label '13' in their elevators (I recently stayed in one in New York, in fact).
We all have grown up watching Hindi romantic films, and when it comes to show love, that's probably how we show it.
We all have greater powers than we think; that whatever we want to learn or learn to do, we probably can learn; that our lives and our possibilities are not determined and fixed by what happened to us when we were little, or by what experts say we can or cannot do.
We all have great inner power. The power is self-faith. There's really an attitude to winning. You have to see yourself winning before you win. And you have to be hungry. You have to want to conquer.
We all have great ideas. No one ever says, I've got this terrible idea.
We all have great aspirations for ourselves, but if you expect yourself to change the world tomorrow, then you're going to just drown yourself in anxiety and constant feelings of inadequacy.
We all have goals: We want to matter. We want to be important. We want to have freedom and power to pursue our creative work. We want respect from our peers and recognition for our accomplishments. Not out of vanity or selfishness, but of an earnest desire to fulfill our personal potential.
We all have genes that come from our ancestors that aren't used -- they're not turned on. So we actually carry ancient genes with us. If you could figure out how to turn those on, you could resurrect ancient characteristics from our ancestors.
We all have friends that we confide in and talk to about our relationships. At times, we do not recognize the effect that this has on our relationship. We take a lot of what other people have to say to heart, and rightly or wrongly, it makes our way into our relationships.
We all have friends and loved ones who say 60's the new 30. No. Sixty's the new 60.
We all have forests on our minds. Forests unexplored, unending. Each one of us gets lost in the forest, every night, alone.
We all have fertile creative periods and times when we can't figure out how we ever did it.
We all have fears, especially when we're younger. I was afraid of clowns.