I don't regret the painful times; I bare my scars as if they were medals.
I don't regret the passing of time. I try to live in the present, which should mean my life's full.
I don't regret things, because I learn from mistakes. If needs be, I always make amends.
I don't regret what I did in the Sixties. I was young and took myself terribly seriously. In the Seventies, I spent too much time in inner-party factional disputes.
I don't regret what I've been through. I've had ups and downs, super highs and some really low lows. I've been so blessed that I could never say, 'I wish this didn't happen.' It's part of who I am. There's nothing in my life that's so ugh.
I don't regret what I've been through. I've had ups and downs, super highs and some really low lows. I've been so blessed that I could never say, I wish this didn't happen. It's part of who I am. There's nothing in my life that's so ugh.
I don't regret what I've done but some of the things I didn't do.
I don't rehash the past. It's my baggage. That's all. I accept things as they are.
I don't rehearse a lot. I try to keep it organic. Even in movies, the less I rehearse, the better I am.
I don't rehearse films as much as opera or theatre. When I began directing films I thought a long rehearsal was a good idea. Experience showed me that the best performance was often left in a rehearsal room.
I don't rehearse on either of my shows, 'Family Feud' or my talk show. I never rehearse with the guests. I don't want to have any preconceived thoughts, notions, because that kills my creativity as a host and as a stand up.
I don't rehearse with my actors... the first rehearsal is the first time we turn the camera on... Sydney Pollack never rehearsed his actors, and I found out that's allowed... so you film reactions; you don't create them.
I don't reject caution, but you also have to be careful about caution because there's a stage when it turns into paralysis.
I don't relate to that angst-y kid who hates their parents because they were horrible. It's just not my life and it's not the life of a lot of my friends.
I don't relate to the 'Twilight' books or movies at all, but I'm obsessed with it as a pop culture phenomenon -- all these people just screaming like it was the Beatles.
I don't relate to what's left of the music business. There doesn't seem to be any point to it anymore. The business that I grew up in and loved, we made records a different way -- there were record companies, there were stores where you could buy albums.
I don't relax, I don't celebrate. I sit and plot.
I don't relax. I can't take vacations. I'm obsessive-compulsive, and I worry with every project that I'm going to fail. When it starts to go well, and I sense that something beautiful and important and meaningful is being created, it's a fantastic feeling, and I find it very hard to stop.
I don't relax. I sit down and contemplate all the energetic things I should do.