When I walked down the streets, I asked myself, are these my people?, is this my hometown, am I who I am?
When I walk, I try to set a fairly brisk rate. I love walking outside. I hate machines like treadmills. The path that I have chosen to walk is just city streets, but you see pretty houses, trees... my routes have some hills in them; it's not just straight walking. You have to exercise your heart and lungs.
When I walk with you I feel as if I had a flower in my buttonhole.
When I walk with a camera, I walk from shot to shot, reading the light on a calibrated meter. When I walk without a camera, my own shutter opens, and the moment's light prints on my own silver gut. When I see this second way I am above all an unscrupulous observer.
When I walk up on that shore in Florida, I want millions of those AARP sisters and brothers to look at me and say, 'I'm going to go write that novel I thought it was too late to do. I'm going to go work in Africa on that farm that those people need help at. I'm going to adopt a child. It's not too late, I can still live my dreams.'
When I walk to the ring, I hear voices telling me what to do and sometimes it's not the right thing, but it's definitely damn entertaining.
When I walk through that gate to the court, that's my escape. I block out everything, good and bad.
When I walk through an airport and people go, 'You're not fat!' I'm like, 'Thanks. That's great. Good to know I'm not fat today! Thank you!'
When I walk the streets, kings and queens step aside, every woman I meet, they all stay satisfied.
When I walk out there on court, I become a maniac... Something comes over me, man.
When I walk out on that stage, I just want America to know, that this is what I'm supposed to do. This is my dream.