React Quotes by Manuel Puig, Steve Schirripa, Ellsworth Kelly, Raoul Peck, John Mayer, Jon Kabat-Zinn and many others.
The writer needs to react to his or her own internal universe, to his or her own point of view. If he or she doesn’t have a personal point of view, it’s impossible to be a creator.
In every movie and every TV show, the dads are morons. And dads tend to react by doing what dads do best: They check out. They say, ‘Ask your mother.’
I’m interested in the space between the viewer and the surface of the painting – the forms and the way they work in their surroundings. I’m interested in how they react to a room.
That’s the absurdity of Twitter. You can react without thinking now.
It’s so interesting how success hits people and how they react to it.
Most people don’t realize that the mind constantly chatters. And yet, that chatter winds up being the force that drives us much of the day in terms of what we do, what we react to, and how we feel.
When I begin, theoretically and practically I can smear anything I want on the canvas. Then there’s a condition I have to react to, by changing it or destroying it.
When I was in theater school, we did these relationship exercises – you would play my sister, and I’d give you all this information about my sister, and then we’d get up and perform this scene, and you’d pretend to react as my sister. It was like therapy!
The Umbrella Movement can be described as an encyclopedia. Politicians and student leaders wrote it, and let the masses read it and react passively.
I can pretty much call anyone, whether at the White House, in a company or in the media. I have access, because of the silliness of the entertainment world and how people react to it. It gave me an enormous opportunity to do anything I really want to.
As a writer, you always try to imagine, ‘What if I were in a situation like this? How would I react?’
If you make an authentic political film, which talks of real people and real events, in a politically conscious country like India, it is but natural that people will react to it in different ways and there will be a collage of opinions.
As a journalist, I think it’s OK to feel – I think there’s space for it. It’s how you react to those feelings that’s important.
It’s near impossible to always be right when you’re innovating. It’s easy to get emotionally invested in it, but you need to monitor its impact like a hawk and react if you don’t like what you see. And if/when you pull it back, you want to do that communication with transparency and humility.
While falling in love and getting married are good things, young people should think about the consequences as well, such as how their parents will react and the other problems that they will have to face.
It’s difficult to explain exactly how I react to music, but if it makes me feel anything at all, then I’ll have some kind of emotional relationship to it. That’s what defines good music to me – if it makes me truly feel something.
I want the Wallwalker in the back of consumers’ minds, but not actively thought about. When it returns, they’ll react, ‘Oh, there they are!’ and they’ll buy them again as impulse items.
A script narration is like watching a film, and I react to it like an audience with my own instinct. After that, I look for what is my character, what will I bring to the table in that role, how challenging will it be.
I don’t know how the crowd is going to react in my fight against ‘Bigfoot.’ I think they are going to be on his side, but a few people I know are going to be on my side, so I wanna fight for those people.
The only thing that I’ve really noticed in my own experience is just people kind of saying that a woman, when they react to something exciting, ‘Oh, that’s a masculine way of reacting.’ And to me, that’s absurd. It’s like, that’s how humans – they get excited, and you yell, and you jump, and you flex. That’s what you do.
If all our comrades of Europe, America and other countries, who do not understand what we are doing to Spanish Anarchism, would come to Spain, we could then see how they would react.
I have no real training in the history of fine art or furniture; my eye just works by proportions. I react intuitively. In London, it’s all about color because the weather is so gray, and in that cold light they look beautiful.
Acting is reacting, and it’s always easier to react when someone is doing a good job.
I learnt a lot about how to react to tough, pressure situations.
One of the fastest things a fruit fly does is take information from its eyes and react accordingly.
I think it’s great to see that there is such a connection to film music and the way people react or connect to a character or scene.
I think we are really in touch with what’s going on around us in the world of music, trying to push the bar forward and try new and exciting things that our fans can react to.
You make a film you feel is as real as possible and hope people react as though it were real.
Most of us know when we are about to react emotionally. We can feel it. Often there is a brief warning before the amygdala hijack. For some of us, it is butterflies in the stomach; for some, it is an increased heart rate, and for others, it is a feeling of agitation.
What they were giving me seemed incredibly real to me, so I’d react to it in a very real way. That was frightening for me, especially because of the subject.
There’s only one interview technique that matters… Do your homework so you can listen to the answers and react to them and ask follow-ups. Do your homework, prepare.
I need to get as deep as I can into my own heart to really make people connect and react to the music as passionate as possible.
I learned that one’s mentality can influence how they react to physical obstacles.
For me, I read and react. I think when I have time and space, I’m a threat to score or a threat to make a really nice play.
When I’m tired, I like to go and do drills where you catch tennis balls off walls. Different colors use different hands, and you’ve got to react to those types of things at different angles. I do all these crazy reaction-time things or reaction skills with tennis balls every morning, or at least four times a week.
I’m not a good Samaritan, I’m a businessman… The goal is to read and react. If we sign an artist that has potential for a shelf life way out in the distance, then we’ll stay. But if not, then we won’t.
It’s not the situation, but whether we react negative or respond positive to the situation that is important.
We Indians react under pressure.
No one knows how they would react to a horrible situation until it happens to them.
And as a writer, one of the things that I’ve always been interested in doing is actually invading your comfort space. Because that’s what we’re supposed to do. Get under your skin, and make you react.
It’s always good for people to like you, but as long as people react to you coming out, whether they are booing you or cheering you, it’s great.
Our relationship is very good. When Ibra gets annoyed, I prefer not to reply because I know how he can react. I prefer to calmly count to ten.
Most parts for women have them reacting to something a man has done. Women never instigate any action; they only react it. We women have become accustomed to doing that.
As an observer, I react to the realities of Israeli life with both envy and relief. Nobody wants to live under the threat of constant attack from enemies right next door, under ceaseless and often unfair international scrutiny, defending his homeland by day and living with the memories of mass genocide at night.
How players react to questions that you ask can give definitive information as to the strength of their hand. Even an opponent who says nothing at all might be sending a silent signal. A mere shrug, an awkward smile, or even a frozen stare can be meaningful.
In my world, I have to keep my counsel at times, accept players are going to criticise various things, accuse you of various things. Sometimes you react, sometimes you don’t.
I’m just me. I’m just very opinionated. I react to whatever I see. If it’s good, it’s good. If it’s bad, it’s bad. I don’t mince my words.
When I don’t feel free and can’t do what I want I just react. I go against it.
Any team can fall down but it’s about how they react to defeat that matters.
When you get older, the first thing that starts to go is reflexes, and reflexes are important for any person, especially an athlete – to react to something in a time when something is going on, and you can’t be a second or two behind.
Preparation is based on one driving force for me and that is to be relaxed enough to be able to listen to what the candidates are saying and react appropriately.
You are preparing yourself for a scene, and the most important thing is to remain emotionally available and remain in the moment with your scene partner. You don’t want to let your own self-consciousness block the flow of creativity that’s coming out so that you can act and react, and play what the scene is all about.
When you see how you react when you suffer that’s when you know what you are made of.
I’m allergic to Hawaii. Everything there makes me react in some way.
Oftentimes, when constituencies or sectors of opinion are distinct, when they are confronted with a situation where they’re going to have to make a serious compromise, they react very negatively publicly, but they also recognize when they step back that this is right.
I think wherever you go, when people hear good music, they will react to it.
Oh, this absolute loneliness and the game – loving to play the game, loving to go and tell stories to men that certainly weren’t true, just for the sport of it, just to see how they would react.
There are certain people who react well in life-threatening situations, and our military and our law enforcement and our first responders tend to be those types of folks.
We learnt a lot from doing Panto, actually back when we were still doing ‘SMTV: Live.’ We learnt how far we could push things and the show was all the better for that. I think that taught us you really have to know your audience because you could see how they would react to things.
My books are never about the crimes. They are about how the characters react to the crimes.
I know if I react, and I want to get mad, and emotions come to the surface, I think quickly of my friends who have died and how they overcame their struggle and used their cancer and their lives for the betterment of mankind, and it sets me back in place.
You should tell yourself frequently ‘I will only react to constructive suggestions.’ This gives you positive ammunition against your own negative thoughts and those of others.
It’s easy to fall into victim mode and feel like the world is against you. The truth is, people aren’t against you: they’re just for themselves. The only thing within your control is how you react and respond to the chaotic dance of life.
At times when you transform yourself and when you’ve opened too much, you tend to doubt how you’re going to face it, how you’re going to react to a situation, so it’s important that you believe yourself.
I assume that people react to things as I would react. For example, if you are nice to people, they should be nice to you.
Writing a story is pretty all-consuming for me – it feels a lot like method acting, and for the eight or twelve or fifteen months that I’m working on a story, I’m constantly thinking about how my narrator would react to whatever tangled situation I’m in.
The current leadership of the Labor party react to the idea that working-class students might study the subjects they studied with the same horror that the Earl of Grantham showed when a chauffeur wanted to marry his daughter.
The danger is you never know if people are actually saying what they mean. I’ve learned you never know how someone will react.
The appeal of the wild for me is its unpredictability. You have to develop an awareness, react fast, be resourceful and come up with a plan and act on it.
Most of us have hoped and prayed for something to happen a certain way, but it didn’t. And when this happened, we had a choice to make: to react with offense toward God or to trust Him anyway.
Tempers flare at times. That’s what good teams do: they react to things and go out there and leave it all on the field.
The beauty of having an LLC in today’s world is No. 1, you have the ability to act and react as nimbly as need be to create change, and you have the ability to invest politically, in the for-profit sector and the nonprofit sector simultaneously.
I’ve been training jiu-jitsu for a while. It just didn’t really click in my brain. Maybe sometimes I get a bit lazy. By the time I realize I’m in trouble, I’m already caught. You can’t really think about it. You’ve got to just react as it happens.
The external world is changing drastically, and enterprises and products will have a short lifecycle if they don’t change. So we have to react to market trends. Nothing lasts forever in today’s world.
A doctor is not a mechanic. A car doesn’t react with a mechanic, but a human being does.
They’re reacting and that’s wonderful. It’s better than them sitting there doing nothing. I say make them react – do whatever’s in your power to move the audience, and if that’s where it is, and there where it is with America, sex and violence, then I say project it.
I love playing to people and seeing them react.
Being ignored is a great privilege. That is how I think I learned to see what others do not see and to react to situations differently. I simply looked at the world, not really prepared for anything.
When people are confronted with something they’ve never seen before, they really don’t know how to react.
I feel humanity is often displayed in how we react to our mistakes and the misdeeds committed against us.
I can’t control how other people are going to react. I can’t control what other people are going to say to me.
I get paranoid about people staring at me. Even now I don’t deal with people looking at me. I can’t do it sometimes. I can’t go out. I don’t know how to react when people stare.
You have to suspend disbelief a little bit to buy into your situation and to the story and to how the character will react. You have to tweak your credibility a little bit, is basically what it comes down to.
Art is an amazing form of being able to share our experiences and tell stories and hopefully relate to other people, but you don’t know how everyone else is always going to react to what you put out there.
I have written and said countless times it is not what happens to you in life that makes a difference! It is how we react to what happens to us in life that creates our history and – more importantly – our future!
I’d like to challenge Ryback to a match – in real life – just to see. I think I could take him, but I wonder how Ryback would react to getting slapped.
Life isn’t perfect, of course, but we all know it’s how you react to things that counts.
I’m a pretty normal guy. I’m really good at knowing how a normal guy would react in situations.
I try to bring all that I am to my work and all that I experience. That includes how people react to the way I am – the prejudice and the celebrations.
With a first season, you never really know how viewers or the network are going to react to a show.
Our smartphones can offer innovative opportunities for improving how we react to our environment, and I believe it is increasingly becoming an asset – not a hindrance – to maintaining a healthier relationship with our work, our friends, and the world around us.
Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.
People say never work with children and animals. I actually like working with Oliver Bell, and working with a rat really opens possibilities to you because you don’t know how it’s going to be. It’s just a rat, so you can just react to this rat being a rat, if that makes sense.
One of my favorite things about making horror movies is, the first time you screen them in front of an audience, it’s very fun to hear people audibly react to the work you put into a movie. You don’t wonder at the end of the movie whether it worked or not.
It’s not my job to worry about how Left, Right will react to something. My job is, am I creating something that connects people? That’s my job.
We shot the song ‘Hum Tumhein Chahte Hain Aise’ by a lakeside. Though the song was a duet, it was filmed as a solo number on Vinod Khanna. I had to react to his singing and it worked.
I’ve got a good first step and things of that nature. So it’s just about using your body to make the defense play at your tempo and react to you.
In life, you can’t control what other people are going to do; you can’t control how they’re going to behave. All you can control is how you’re going to react.
I’m naturally going to react to that and he’ll bring out elements in my musical character that were lying dormant, because I’m relating what he’s playing.
Well, I’m not a violent person. You have to back off. People sometimes will try you and try you until you try not to, but you have to react. Normally, I just walk away.
I’m sure it’s one of the most frustrating aspects of human experience for all of us, that when we tell someone who’s hurt us that they’ve hurt us, they tend to react with anger because they feel guilty, and we know we also get angry when we feel guilty.
As actors, we’re always asked to portray and react to these extreme circumstances, otherwise it’s not interesting. They are agonizing things to think about.
I need to react to a script, to feel strongly about it in some way. And I need it to be a complex character for sure. And also, I think a lot about what kind of audience there is for the film, what they’re looking for and ways to connect with them in the playing of a character.
I’m not someone who concerns himself with whether people pay to cheer Roman Reigns or whether people pay to boo Roman Reigns. People pay to see Roman Reigns. They pay to react to Roman Reigns.
Terrible things happen all of the time, and they can happen in a second. The best thing is to be prepared to react. If you try to control every little thing, you’re going to end up miserable – and you’re going to fail.
Democrats don’t react the same way Republicans do, because they are not forced to react the same way Republicans are forced to react. They get to be as corrupt as, basically, they want, and just ignore it.
I have to put my father over because he really taught me a lot, especially when it comes to out-of-the-ring psychology and how to react when you’re approached by fans after a show or in the airport. It might sound silly, but a lot of those things come into play when you’re playing a character.
I’m a kind of double-breasted rebel in that I’ve always believed the important thing is that generations react against one another. For instance, there was always something oddly creative about the fact that Hanoverian sons hated their fathers so much.
Anger is an unnecessary emotion. Loads of stuff in life can trigger it, but what matters is how you react. I choose not to react.
Cottonmouth is the result of having to react to his circumstances. He had to, in some ways, take control of the situation and own his circumstances. But as a result of that, he became a person he didn’t intend to become.
I think that when voters react negatively to trade and investment, they are really expressing their angst about the pace of technological change.
I didn’t feel like gymnastics were part of The Cars. I certainly philosophically didn’t want to prod the audience to react to anything. To me, it was more like negative theater. We didn’t really talk to the audience. I didn’t see that being a part of this band.
When faced with exceptional circumstances, people react differently.
In the past, people used to tell me to shut up a bit. But what I believe is to put out your opinion and let everyone else react. If I’m wrong, I’m wrong.
Nobody ever dared with Frank, because he had such mood swings, and you never knew how he was going to react. But I could tell the minute I saw him that he was going to be in my corner.
I think when you have kids, it definitely makes you look at things from a different perspective, but I think that the biggest thing it’s done is it’s made me look at things from a different perspective from a professional standpoint in how you analyze things and how you look at things and how you react to things.
I still have a lot of military contacts, and friends and readers who’ve served or are serving, and they react really strongly to G.I. Joe. I’ve lost count of the number who’ve said, ‘Oh, I just loved it as a kid. I had all the figures; it really made me think.’
A scene, a day of shooting, can often make you feel kind of stupid and inept because your one job is to anticipate and react and know what to go for.
I actually hope people don’t react to ‘Impossible’ in a way where they think it’s terribly retro. The plot needed to do what it needed to do. But I’m a little surprised to find myself looking a little bit like an advocate of teen marriage. It takes some exceptional circumstances for that to be a reasonable idea.
It’s when I’m playing a headline show I feel weird, ’cause I don’t know how to react to people coming out to see me.
You have to play offense and defense without thinking, and react like you know what to do, but if you’re thinking of where to be and 1,000 other things you can lose focus. You’re trying to play hard, but you’re overthinking.
Every time I come to the States, I wish people would react to war like they react to tobacco, for example. Because war really kills in a second lots of people, thousands of people.
You can’t change how people act, but what you can change is how you react.
There is an urgent need for a protective Ebola vaccine, and it is important to establish that a vaccine is safe and spurs the immune system to react in a way necessary to protect against infection.
Pressure makes people react in different ways. Some people plunge in, and others take the way out.
My theory for a good interview is to listen to a person and react. I would always ask a question that was pertinent to the mindset of the talent, whether it was who they were going to meet, where they were going to meet them, and what they were going to do.
No one likes to lose. Having been a person who’s lost elections, it’s not a fun thing to do and some people react by denying the facts of the situation.
It’s frustrating when you don’t feel like you help the team like you should, but at the end of the day there’s going to be ups and downs and it’s how you react.
Being an actor doesn’t mean that I can’t react to what’s happening around me.
I don’t know how I would react to the casting couch. I’m sure that at that moment, you won’t really know what to do. Whatever you do at that moment is instinctive.
You never know what the kids are going to react to, but a lot of my fans like the same bands that I like, and they know my vibe.
I say the sweet science is to understand not only how to fight coming forward, how to be a big puncher, but also understand, if you run into a guy who can take your punch for the first time, how to react.
I do feel in 2018 that pro wrestling has gone in such a different direction. Before, things were so black and white; now, it’s shades of grey. It’s not so much good guys and bad guys: there are people who are put in situations who do the right or wrong things, but people react to them like they are stars.
It’s up to any government to decide how to react to the denial of basic human rights anywhere in the world, including Egypt.
It’s every lawyer’s dream to help shape the law, not just react to it.
I’m usually trying to react to what the actors are coming up with. And then the environment, and then the story.
When you are in your twenties if somebody hands you the keys to the kingdom and there’s all this expectation and burden on you – what does that do to you and also how do you react to being given those keys?
Sometimes when you’re inside a story, it’s almost better if you don’t think too much about its wider cultural significance or if you don’t think about how audiences might react to it. That takes you out of the reality of the situation you’re committing to as you’re telling the story.
And I think before I was so focused on speed or I was so focused on trying to hit this great putt that I just wasn’t reacting to what I was doing. I react when I hit an iron shot, why can’t I do that when I’m over the putter?
It’s not about you playing when everything is going good, it’s how you react when things are going bad and not going your way.
Variability is the law of life, and as no two faces are the same, so no two bodies are alike, and no two individuals react alike and behave alike under the abnormal conditions which we know as disease.
I’m volatile, up-tempo, quick to react and passionate. People often think all that high-energy stuff is just for the stage, but that’s me. I like to express myself. When I was younger I would listen to the Jam in my bedroom and jump around in excitement to the music.
Paying attention to what we allow ourselves to pay attention to is a tricky thing. It’s like being in two places at once but completely worth the discipline. We can react mindlessly or respond mindfully. It’s up to us.
Here’s the thing that people don’t understand: I don’t really care. I’ve never been a careerist. It’s not a strategy. I react to certain characters and story lines and specific mode of filmmaking.
No matter what the character is, I just say to myself ‘If I, Melissa George, was in that situation, how would I react?’ and once you do that you can just go for it, and hopefully the performance comes through.
Businesses can’t afford to react to what their customers want; they need to anticipate their needs.
I feel amused when women in Indian films are unfailingly shown screaming at their kith and kin who are involved in nefarious activities. Please, let’s get real! How can a woman react so dramatically to something that has been happening under her nose ever since her marriage?
I’m excited to see Cassie’s fans and how they react to the ending of ‘Clockwork Princess!’ I love hanging out with readers and seeing the energy readers bring to a room: seeing so many people united in imagination is going to be wonderful.
If you can prepare yourself to the best of your abilities and react to the situation, things will fall into place.
The first tour an artist does is a strange one… because you can never tell how the audience is going to react.
In Torch Song, I did that character almost non-stop from 1978 until I made the movie in 1987. Then I had some failure, which also colors how you react to doing other things.
Music is very abstract. When we talk about music, we’re not discussing the music itself but rather how we react to it.
With any character I have played, there’s infinite possibilities for how they might behave, depending on who they are talking to or how they react to things.
I don’t have any problem with tackles or duels, but I react when I notice that someone is only trying to kick me out of the game. But I never have the intention to hurt anyone. Everything is forgotten again a minute later.
You’re suspended sixty feet up in the air, you’ve been up there for three hours, and all the shot requires is that you have to sort of react to getting punched in the head.
You don’t have any kind of control ultimately. Things are just going to happen as they will. And I think your best option sometimes is just to react rather than try to plan everything out in advance.
A plate of food hits the table, lands right in front of you. One of two things happens. Either you sit up and look at it and react to it, or nothing happens. If nothing happens then that restaurant is stuck in mediocrity forever.
There are people who think negatively, and there have been people who react negatively towards BTS music.
Reality is on a delay. For you, nothing is now. Realizing this fact is unsettling. If we can only react to the past, how do we manage to navigate the present? It’s easy to spiral into a treatise on free will while in the fetal position, overthinking our forever past.
The thing that makes the great players great, and that separates players from different players is, when you going out there whether being prepared or not, you have to react. And if you’re thinking, you’re already a step behind.
I can’t imagine how people will react to my music. For me, it’s a really fluid process from one record to the next, but it’s really up to the listener.
Football, we pretty much control what we do and how we react, and there are two days we couldn’t, on the draft and on the selection for the Hall of Fame.
Audiences are shifting. Platforms are shifting. Ages are shifting. It’s better to be in charge of change than to have to react to change.
What’s great about stand-up is that you can say whatever you want and go around the country, and sometimes the world, and work on it and see how people react. You don’t need Standards & Practices or notes from lawyers or producers to tell you what’s funny.
I react to stress badly. I handle it better these days. But I’m a very straightforward person.
Drawing will never go out of date because, you know, you’ve still got to have the imaginative thought. You’ve got to react to the world in the present and do a drawing.
I was so nervous about ‘Kingsman,’ I can’t tell you, because when you do things different and fresh and fun and crazy, you don’t know how people are going to react.
I prefer to express myself physically, or non-verbally. I prefer just to react without having a lot of dialogue.
When I help a farmer, I don’t differentiate between them based on their region, as farmers have no borders. I want to live like a world citizen and react like a human being.
When Rumsfeld gets up on television and says we have definitive intelligence that al Qaeda is working with Iraq, how is an ordinary citizen supposed to react? They won’t tell you the evidence, and when anyone asks, they say, ‘Well, you know: It’s secret.’
I don’t want to get embroiled in any controversy. At the same time, I want to take part in those conversations that are meaningful. I have not entrusted anyone to reply on behalf or react to any issue pertaining to me.
By making a comeback, I’m changing the attitude of people toward me. If I’d known that people would react so enthusiastically, I’d have done it years ago.
It’s my personal opinion, and I’m not espousing it to anybody else, I think your immune system and how healthy you are determines how you react to any excess of any kind.
My whole life, I’ve been preparing for moments and you can only know how you’re going to react once you’re in them.
It’s good for your career as a sportsman if you watch other professional sports – how they’re behaving and how they react in difficult situations.
There was nothing more I wanted to do than to see my dad react well to my music. I still do. I send him my demos all the time.
What I learned is that in business you must make decisions based on facts, not react with your heart.
Earlier, I used to try to act, but now I just react naturally. I feel the scene and then do it. Emotions, feelings just flow in naturally.
Our health care system squanders money because it is designed to react to emergencies. Homeless shelters, hospital emergency rooms, jails, prisons – these are expensive and ineffective ways to intervene and there are people who clearly profit from this cycle of continued suffering.
When you screw with somebody’s sense of ownership of something, that’s when they react.
It is important in football how you react to things when things aren’t going so well.
I think everyone really wants to just be happy and live the life that they want to live. But they come up against all of these obstacles and sometimes the way that react we react to that can be very hilarious. To me. It’s hilarious and laughable.
I think the sense of fairness in humans is very strongly developed, and that’s why we react so strongly to all the bonuses received by Wall Street executives. We want to know why they deserve these benefits.
In London, the weather would affect me negatively. I react strongly to light. If it is cloudy and raining, there are clouds and rain in my soul.
I believe that mycelium is the neurological network of nature. Interlacing mosaics of mycelium infuse habitats with information-sharing membranes. These membranes are aware, react to change, and collectively have the long-term health of the host environment in mind.
Being a pop star is something I don’t think I’m very good at. I’m worried it’s making me too paranoid, because all of a sudden, life has become this constant assessment. When you put something out there and people get to hear it, then those people react to it, socially, culturally.
We all hit moments when we feel helpless. The test is how we react to that feeling. We can either learn from it and move forward or let it drag us down.
I’m always shocked by what people react to.
I tend to keep the press at a distance, you know, and I don’t really react to what they say. I react to what I feel more.
Come fight night, there will be nerves, but it’s how you react to those nerves – doing what you need to regardless – that’s how you win fights.
People react differently to puppets than they do to human performers: they become more playful, more open.
The worst thing you can say about libertarians is that they are intellectually immature, frozen in the worldview many of them absorbed from reading Ayn Rand novels in high school. Like other ideologues, libertarians react to the world’s failing to conform to their model by asking where the world went wrong.
If you’re playing with somebody from another idiom, you can’t react to them in the same way that you react to somebody that is closer to your idiom. You don’t fall into the same habits. You find a new way of communicating.
I just don’t like people coming up to me and saying something. It immediately makes you become insincere. There is no way you can react to it sincerely.
I look at the quarterback and the receivers. You look at the quarterback, the formation. I focus on the passing game and react on the running game. You look at it over and over, then sooner or later, it becomes like a movie. You ever notice how you quote movies? That’s all film watching is.
You know, there’s a tremendous amount of genetic propensity not necessarily for what TV shows you like but for literally how you view the world, how you react to things, how things touch you and how things move you.
Web publishing can create common spaces; it all depends on how we, the readers and sometimes the producers, react to technological change. If we sort ourselves into narrow groups, common spaces will be in big trouble. But there’s no reason not to have common spaces on the Internet. There are lots of them out there.
If I started worrying about how my constituents are going to react to every move I make, I wouldn’t be able to do my job here. I’ll do what I think is right and explain it later.
I’m more interested in knowing my cues than my lines. If you know what your cues are, then you know what your reaction is going to be to them. Acting is about reacting, and if I can kind of purely react, that’s easier for me.
I think there’s something in people where they often want to describe their personal experiences, but when it’s regarding wealth, they’re obviously very guarded. They’re very worried about how people are going to react to what they say.
There are things we can control and the things we can’t control. I can’t control how people react to the work I do.
It gets to you as a father when your kids don’t react to you in the way you imagine.
I am interested in how human beings react to crisis and conflict.
You can never predict how market will react. You can model it. You may try to predict it, but weather and markets and risk, only God knows because only he has seen tomorrow.
Lots of countries, like Israel, live with terrorism every day, and it doesn’t impact their integrity. The big threat to America is the way we react to terrorism by throwing away what everybody values about our country – a commitment to human rights. America is a great nation because we are a good nation.
There is an old tool that has become very handy that is called strategic patience, which is do not overreact in the short-term. Take your time. See what is the underlying, real message. And then, once the reality is represented by actions, then decide how you are going to react to those actions.
Although Dorothy in Blue Velvet was humiliated and hurt by men, basically I could react to how she felt.
You have to react to what’s around you in the moment, whatever the music is. Just think of it as some place you have to enter and you need to find the key.
I was active on Facebook for a while, responding to comments and thanking fans for their appreciation. But I found that the Facebook feed was numbing my emotions. I’d see an extraordinarily tragic news item, and even before I could react to it, see a hilarious meme right below it. This was confusing me.
Whenever a gentle pressure is used to make a slight change in leg posture, the neck muscles react immediately. Conversely, when the therapist helps one to ‘release’ the neck muscles, it is amazing to see quite pronounced movements for instance of the toes, even when one is lying on a couch.
A lot of the time, when people meet someone in a wheelchair, or with some disability, it’s the first thing they notice, but they don’t know how to react.
My idea of my music is constantly changing so I feel like how other people react to my old songs just ends up putting more pressure on myself from my own perspective.
I’m interested in how we react when we’re heavily pressed. When we’re vulnerable and our survival is in question, how do we behave?
I have no choice about whether or not I have Parkinson’s. I have nothing but choices about how I react to it. In those choices, there’s freedom to do a lot of things in areas that I wouldn’t have otherwise found myself in.
Generations of black women have anxiously watched as our children walk out into a world set against them. We teach them how to respond to police and how to react to racist comments, knowing that these lessons are not guaranteed to protect our children.
I get 0.5 seconds to react to a ball, sometimes even less than that. I can’t be thinking of what XYZ has said about me. I need to surrender myself to my natural instincts. My subconscious mind knows exactly what to do. It is trained to react. At home, my family doesn’t discuss media coverage.
Have the courage to act instead of react.
Photography is pretty simple stuff. You just react to what you see, and take many, many pictures.
The dumber half of the audience – whether they’re male or female, and a lot of them are male – for some reason responds very quickly to the feminine voice. How can I put it? They kind of instantly react to the female voice in a positive way quicker than they would the male voice.
After playing so many songs in churches for eight or nine years, I’ve learned what songs people react to. Then I just had fun with the arrangements. That’s how this album came together.
You can take a bit of criticism from your manager now and then, but you have to react to it which I have done.
I claim that human mind or human society is not divided into watertight compartments called social, political and religious. All act and react upon one another.
Politicians used to have the confidence to tell us stories that made sense of the chaos of world events. But now there are no big stories, and politicians react randomly to every new crisis – leaving us bewildered and disorientated.
You don’t know how you’ll react to things until you live through them.
I’d defend the right for any novelist to experiment with form or language, but if people don’t take to it, don’t react by making out that they are thick.
If you make a certain type of statement, you can make a pretty good prediction of how George Steinbrenner will react.
I think you can make jokes about anything. But you have to accept that there will be people who don’t like it. And they are completely within their rights, just as you are completely within your rights to say whatever you want to say. They’re within their rights to react how they’re going to react.
When we meet real tragedy in life, we can react in two ways – either by losing hope and falling into self-destructive habits, or by using the challenge to find our inner strength. Thanks to the teachings of Buddha, I have been able to take this second way.
The more I pay attention to what’s going on inside, the more I realize that how I feel, and how I react to what I feel, really creates my reality. And the more in touch I can be, the better chance I have to control what’s happening in my life.
Nature is good at connectivity. The impact of diverse human activities is observed and absorbed throughout nature. Everything is linked. Nature has no problem with coherence. Ecosystems react with their own logic.
When you raise your voice in song to express what’s going on deep inside of you, I think people just react to that because it’s so truthful. It’s so raw.
When I was younger, before I was born, I lost my twin, so I think I’ve always had a fascination for telepathy or the way that twins act and react with each other.
I’m only going to be the way I’d want someone to react to me.
As a filmmaker and an actor, my job is to react towards people, but I want a reaction from them.
I really didn’t know how people were going to react to ‘Magic Mike’ because there hasn’t been a movie like it.
The environment around you shapes who you are. How you handle an emergency or how you react when someone is rude to you, that’s you.
I like the tradition of ordinary men in extraordinary circumstances and how they react to events which force them to be heroic in a way that is not in their natures.
‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama’ was mainly a boys’ film; we girls were just a catalyst. We would set up a situation for them to react to, and the joke would come on us. The applause was for the boys. But, the film paved the way for me in the industry.
In 2002, a Scottish journalist, during a dinner meant to be private, absolutely wanted me to react to Stephen Hawking’s comments. I said one shouldn’t pay too much attention to what Hawking was saying because he was a celebrity but not a specialist of elementary particle theory.
And I think I’m an adrenaline junkie, and there’s nothing that will spike your adrenaline more than sitting in a theater and listen to an audience react to something you’ve written.
I’ve always wondered what it would be like if the Messiah, or Christ Returned, were actually alive and living in our society; who would that person be, how we would identify them, how would they live and what would they believe in, how would society react to them? I decided to try and tell my idea of that story.
There’s a lot of knowledge in civil engineering about how soils will react when subjected to heavy loads. When you take lightweight vehicles and granular soils of varying composition, it’s a very complex modeling process.
My parents taught me to react quickly when temptation comes and to say ‘No!’ instantly and emphatically. I recommend that same counsel to you. Avoid temptations.
My brothers each reacted differently to ‘Blood Sandwich.’ It’s a very specific type of odd feeling when there’s a song written about you. People react to it differently.
I didn’t know this about myself, but when ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ came out I realised that I didn’t enjoy a huge amount of recognition. I didn’t react to it well, but I think life is about finding out who you are and what you like. So I started doing independent movies and art-house films instead.
Realizing our society as it is, without theology dogmatically telling us how we should react to it, and being humane toward that society, that is all that we’re sure of.
Why we cannot build a system like El Al to be proactive. Why do we have only to react? The shoe bomber – reaction? Take off your shoes. The Nigerian – the body scanner is a result of the Nigerian guy.
You think you would react one way when a situation develops and, and when the sharp shells are flying, you don’t quite stand up like you think you might.
But I still serve pretty big and that’s one of my biggest weapons, so if my shoulder holds up and I can count on it, I can win a few matches and then you never know how the other guys are going to react to the fatigue and the length of the matches.
Not every single minute of your career will go well, individually and collectively, and not every season will go how you want it to, but it’s how you react to that.
People – I hate to use the word ‘fans’ – are very respectful. It’s not like I’m some pop idol or big movie star. I’m very approachable, and I love the people who enjoy me, because they react like they’ve run into a friend. Usually, it’s like, ‘Hey, Wanda! How ya’ doing?’
When you act with phenomenal actors, it makes your job much easier because all you have to do is react.
When you know someone for four-five years, you tend to know everything about the person. You tend to know when the other person is reacting to a certain situation, how the other person would react in a situation.
The best way to test whether you are saying the truth or not – if you say something and people don’t react then it’s not the real truth. But if people start reacting then what you are saying has got an element of truth.
It is easy to react if everything is going great.
Ultimately it’s a leap of faith and a leap of imagination to put yourself back in time into those conditions and situations and see how you would react.
I never live in the present. I’d do interviews and people will say, ‘Isn’t this great?’ or ‘Can you believe?’ And I would react, like, ‘No, I can’t believe it because I’m not living in this moment.’
I love my kids, and the moments I have with them, and it’s kind of weird, it’s such an age old cliche, but the way that my sons, the way they make me feel when I look at them, the way they say things, no one else would probably react to them, but it’s a special thing for me.
With devotion at the center of your awareness, you don’t have to refer to your past in order to make a choice of how to respond or react in any given situation.
Charge forward with hope and get the best medical advice you can. Talk to your friends, neighbors, family, and together you attack it. We can’t always control what happens to us, but we can always control how we react to it.
People respond in accordance to how you relate to them. If you approach them on the basis of violence, that’s how they’ll react. But if you say, ‘We want peace, we want stability,’ we can then do a lot of things that will contribute towards the progress of our society.
I thought it would be good not to hide the fact that you’re taking a photograph, and have people react and come in close and also make a commentary on what’s being photographed: ‘This is a photo, this is my point of view.’
The process of coming out is normally very disappointing. It’s not that people react badly to it – they really don’t care.
I try to think what the character is thinking. Then, hopefully, I begin to feel it. I act and react not because I’m recalling a dog killed by a fire engine, but because I’m concentrating on what the character is going through.
When I make a tackle or make a play and I have a slight pain or something, you’re going to react the way you react.
I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 96% how I react to it.
Our lives are not determined by what happens to us but how we react to what happens, not by what life brings us but the attitude we bring to life.
In ‘Me Before You,’ the two characters popped into my head fully formed, which is really strange and unusual. Other books, I sit on them for two or three months. I have a whole routine: I buy a nice book; I hand-write all their characteristics. I put them through little tests just to see how they would react to things.
I had no idea what being on stage would be like or how I’d react to the applause. I didn’t think I deserved their applause. Then I realized I’d done something to make them feel something. That made it okay. But it was weird. A nice weird.
We all have difficult moments in our careers. It is how you react to them that counts.
I work on myself daily to be a better person. When I react in a negative way to somebody, I sit back and think about why I did it, so I’m always working on myself, and my music is the same.
Wine is similar to music in that it’s a purely experiential realm, and it’s a purely subjective practice. That’s sort of the funny thing about wine criticism or, for that matter, music criticism. At times, those are useful guides, but ultimately it’s all about how you react to that music or wine.
Leadership is a matter of having people look at you and gain confidence, seeing how you react. If you’re in control, they’re in control.
How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.
The immune system has evolved the capacity to react specifically with a very large number of foreign molecules with which it had no previous contact while avoiding reactivity for autologous molecules, naturally antigenic in other species or in other individuals of the same species.
I think I’ve been wishing for celebrity for so long that I’ve got used to being someone who’s petitioning the establishment for acceptance… my whole schtick, my whole identity, is so wrapped up in being a petitioner that I don’t really know how to react now that petition has been granted.
The language of chemistry simply does not mesh with that of biology. Chemistry is about substances and how they react, whereas biology appeals to concepts such as information and organisation. Informational narratives permeate biology.
NASA trains you to assess emergency situations and react in a way to keep yourself and everyone else safe.
That’s why football is so nice – it gives us the opportunity to react quickly and learn a lot from a situation, what were our mistakes, and where things went wrong.
I am a stress buster. Because I knew what people react or think after watching me on screen and I love it.
Most actors work on a scene, I try to find out who the character is. So when a scene or a moment comes, I react the way she would react.
New York City is a very tough place. I’m tough, too. When people give me a punch in the nose, I react by getting even tougher.
Real people – the interesting ones, anyway – don’t remain static, and neither do the ones I write about. Changes take place, and they react to them.
My idea of a good fantasy is something that’s absolutely grounded in reality. And there’s a little element that doesn’t belong there – and that’s the fantasy element – that you have to react to and deal with in a completely real way.
Some smashes have been timed at more than 250 mph, so you get less than a second to react. People who see a professional badminton match up close are always shocked at the speed.
Free speech gives us the ability to react vigorously with effective arguments and expose the weakness and misdirection of the other side’s claims.
My bottom line is that monetary policy should react to rising prices for houses or other assets only insofar as they affect the central bank’s goal variables – output, employment, and inflation.
I’m terrified of men these days. If someone asked me out now, I don’t know what I’d say, how I’d react. But I couldn’t go through with it, not at all. I suppose I’ve been terrified of them all along.
People expect all women to react the same to pregnancy. But anyone who’s been around pregnant women knows that it’s not all cutesy and sweet. You spaz out and you’re angry and you have tantrums.
At that speed, batsmen are almost trying to premeditate where the ball will be – they feel like they don’t have time to react or move. That’s the difference between bowling in the mid-80s and the mid-90s.
My stories are about humans and how they react, or fail to react, or react stupidly. I’m pointing the finger at us, not at the zombies. I try to respect and sympathize with the zombies as much as possible.
I love films that make me react emotionally and physically when you walk out of the cinema. Two of my favorite films however have got to be ‘The Tree Of Life’ and ‘The Piano Teacher,’ which also stars one of my favourite actresses Isabelle Huppert.
When I realised I was transgender I was so afraid of what my transition would do to everyone else in my life and how they would react to it and would I be rejected?
I like to connect with people and suss them out. There’s no better way than seeing how they react if you just bear into them.
When you work so hard on making a film, it’s all worthwhile when you get to experience seeing that film with an audience who thoroughly enjoy it and react to the movie.
The players don’t play the position game as much as we used to play. A lot of young guys go up and down, shoot the puck, go for the rebounds. You’re getting tired quicker because the body has to react where the puck is going to go. You cannot read it, because you don’t have the puck on your stick.
It’s such an interesting experience seeing how different people react to music and the generosity of some and the craziness of others – people who go see bands in different countries, know all the words to the songs, and get tattoos. It’s so unexpected.
I am struck by how casually we as a nation react to the carnage in Iraq.
Acting is reacting. You can’t react if you’re not paying attention, if you’re not listening.
I always feel like you never know: sometimes you can put out work that you feel is really strong, and other times, you can put out work you think is less strong, and people react to it, so it’s kinda like in the eye of the beholder!
I was always a little skeptical of how voters would react to my name.
Be reactionary. React to what the market wants. And the market wants one-on-one real time engagement. Now that we have the tools to engage, I’m going to continue fighting for the end user.
Donald Trump called for the closing of borders to Muslims; John McCain said, in response to the President’s address on the San Bernardino shooting, that ‘this is the war of our time.’ As that shooting shows, we react to terrorism with far more intensity than we do to an ordinary crime.
I rate Dave Luiz as a top defender. He’s very clever. But I don’t know if he’s as quick as me. And if he kicks me, he kicks me. It’s fine. I can’t react to anything.
We decided that how we react to and treat those fellow mortals, wild and domestic, tells us more about ourselves than, perhaps, some of us want to know.
I am surprised that everyone loves a criminal. It amazes me and I really don’t know how to react to it. Bob Biswas has become some sort of an idol, which is interesting because such a thing has happened for the first time.
Voters should absolutely know that a future president has the instincts to react to real-life and unrehearsed situations.
If you feel like you’re doing terrible in a scene, that usually means that you’re not listening because you’re too preoccupied with yourself… you’re not listening to your scene partner. If you listen, you’re naturally going to get that response that the camera’s going to pick up because you just react.
You’re watching the movie for the first time when you’re working with the actors in front of the camera. You don’t think about how the audience will react. You discover the film.
Every statement that comes out of Washington that is not respectful and is trying to intimidate the Iranian people – is trying to put pressure on the Iranian people – strikes that very, very sensitive chord in the Iranian psyche, and they immediately react.
It’s funny to see how people react to the project, to read their thoughts, and I wonder aloud, ‘Did they even watch the movie? Did they even get it?’ I know we, myself and the entire cast, put a lot of heart, love and humor into ‘Meet the Peeples’. I’m very proud of that film and what we were able to accomplish.
To say how you would react if you were really storming the charts and had people running around after you… who’s to say how any of us would deal with that.
They were always my favourite scenes working with Don Warrington. He’s such a brilliant actor, he has such a presence, you don’t have to act with him you just react you know he’s so good.
In our industry, everything is taken lightly. Guys say so many things, and if you react to them, they go, like,’We are kidding.’ Things like ‘You are looking hot sexy’ are common.
People react to fear, not love; they don’t teach that in Sunday School, but it’s true.
I think that’s part of building your team is trying to anticipate where your team is going and to a certain extent where, especially defensively because you have to react to what they put on the field. Defensively you have to be able to defend those things.
Scenes change all the time. Scenes will change while you’re shooting them, and you just have to roll with it ’cause that’s what makes it funny. It’s not being stuck in your character and how you’re gonna do something, but to react to other people and to really have a real-life conversation.
You have to be careful to react when you start to deviate from your course.
My music is born from instinct. I react to situations a script may provide while creating a song.
Acting is reacting. That’s when acting is great – when you say something, somebody said something, they make a face, they pose, they use something physical, then you react to that, then they react to you.
People can press your buttons and make you react… but it’s not under your control.
I’ve never really been a character on TV. I think, if possible, you want to portray yourself. If you’re in a situation where you’re supposed to react, you need to react.
People see truth in my films. That’s what they react to, and that’s what they relate to.
When I tell people I don’t own a mobile phone and wouldn’t know how to text, they react as though I have just confessed that I can’t read.
When I go in to fight week, I go, ‘Maybe I’m going to be that guy on the highlight reel that gets knocked out.’ I’m always thinking, ‘How am I going to react? Am I going to be a sore loser?’ I’m almost checking myself in case something bad happens.
I listen to my emotions. That’s why I react once I get provoked sometimes.
What’s important is to listen before you react.
I don’t react and think off emotions – that gets you in a bad situation.
I don’t know if it’s a male thing, but I’ve always been interested in how people respond to the stresses and dangers of war, how they react under fire.
The idea behind reinforcement learning is you don’t necessarily know the actions you might take, so you explore the sequence of actions you should take by taking one that you think is a good idea and then observing how the world reacts. Like in a board game where you can react to how your opponent plays.
While immensely beneficial to Seoul, is this U.S. guarantee to fight Korean War II, 64 years after the first, wise? Russia, China and Japan retain the freedom to decide whether and how to react, should war break out. Why do we not?
You are a human being, you do react. If you react to negativity, you also react to positivity.
With actors, it’s really about feeding them all the time. I don’t get involved in their process. I try to do the opposite, feeding them, feeding them, feeding them, and you can see very easily how they react to it.
I don’t think any of us know how we would react until we were put in a situation where we have to do something bad or do something good. I think I’d like to believe I’d act like a decent human being, but I’m realistic to know I don’t know.
That’s a big deal for kids, when they come into the kitchen and the teacher is drinking coffee with mom. They react differently on the next day when you say: ‘Sit down and shut-up!’
The topic of slavery is like an electric fence. Touch it and people will react.
The way I look at it is, when you allow people to submerge themselves into a story, they will react by thinking through what it’s about. That’s just so much more fun and effective, I think, than a lecture.
I used to play for Dortmund, I have friends there and the fans know me so I want to experience that dread of going to that stadium as the away team and I’d like to see how Dortmund would react.
I believe in the fact that an audience has one heart. I can just tell you one thing: If I sing the ‘Adagio,’ and I pull it out with all the honesty I have – whether they’re Japanese, Italian, American or Belgian or French – they will react in the same way.
I can’t just react on the strength of an email and three pages of synopsis, and say I’m going to take off for three months of my life.
If the actors aren’t reacting the way people would react, that’s where you step into disbelief.
I’ve had more reaction to ‘Peaky’ than anything. People react really intensely.
You’re raising a kid and you give it food and shelter and, most importantly, you give it the feeling that it’s special. I think people react to celebrities like that – I mean, they treat celebrities like children.
Tragedy, loss, and hurt often arrive unanticipated. How we react when we are surprised will tell our families whether what we have taught and testified lies deep in our hearts.
You just never know how an audience is going to react.
Business is global. Countries need to react to that; taxes need to be paid where profit arises.
When I tell stories about Iraq, the ones people react to are always the stories of violence. This is strange for me.
I do better with routines and predictability. I don’t react well when there’s a sudden change in the schedule.
The emotions you see when you watch ‘Narcos,’ they’re pretty much my emotions and the way I would react if I were there. It’s not something you create; all of us have everything inside ourselves.
People react to ‘District 9’ and Die Antwoord on the same level.
Published in 1947, ‘The Plague’ has often been read as an allegory, a book that is really about the occupation of France, say, or the human condition. But it’s also a very good book about plagues, and about how people react to them – a whole category of human behavior that we have forgotten.
I react emotionally to everything!
What happens is not as important as how you react to what happens.
It’s a responsibility as a parent to a human and a parent to a dog. Situations can happen, a dog can react if it’s feeling threatened or frightened the same as a human would.
Failure happens all the time. It happens every day in practice. What makes you better is how you react to it.
Acting is nothing but reacting, so if your co-stars react in a particular way, it does affect your acting as well.
I don’t know how my body would react if I don’t eat for 10 days. In order to go through that experience, I almost did not eat or drink water for 15-20 days. I only had one carrot a day, a cup of black coffee, and a few sips of water.
A lot of scientists on Earth think of things that they could do in zero g. Things like the way metals cure, for example, and the way fluids react in space can tell us a lot about some of the unknowns we have on Earth.
It is my job to help the players react better.
I believe that politics takes a much different set of skills than science. Science is about getting to the truth. Politics is about what people think and how they react.
Yes, I think I am like the sea. I appear calm on the surface, but there’s a lot going on within. Many a times, I may not react to certain things, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t care or I don’t have emotions.
A threatened nation can react to uncertain dangers solely through administrative channels, to the truly embarrassing situation of perhaps overreacting.
When you listen, as a human being and an actor, you can react authentically.
All bodies can’t be same, my body will react differently tours.
When people learn that I’m a qualified primary school teacher, I’m often met with surprise and a list of questions, including, ‘How do the children react? How do you do it?’ Children are some of the most open and inclusive individuals. It’s often us adults who have difficulties in accepting difference.
People who passionately want to believe that the world is basically simple react to this with a fury that goes beyond what I consider appropriate for discussing a programming language.
I kind of really study different angles of the film. You see how people’s bodies are, how they react to certain kind of moves – what foot they step with, what hand they jab with, and all that. Just little things like that, that you pick up when you watch film. Studying is big for me.
There are two questions that you ask yourself as a writer, and one of them is, ‘But why?’ The question that takes the book forward is, ‘What if? What if x y or z happened? How would those characters react?’
The evolution of football has seen a reduction in the space between the teams. It is therefore important for the modern footballer to react and be quicker than in the past, because there is more happening in the restricted space.
Everything I’ve been thinking, every vision, even down to every shot I throw, it just ends up here in reality. Whether it was in a fight and how to react or whether it was in a stadium with screaming fans or whether I was in a fancy car or the best clothes ever, I always put myself somewhere.
When something terrible happens, how you react determines who you are from then on.
It’s very fun to see how fans react and theorize and get excited about what might happen in future seasons.
When you’re the lead of a series, things happen around you, and you react to them.
I really just try to focus on my job, which is to be an actor, and outside that, the cards fall where they may, and on not getting caught up in how people react to certain things. That’s a death trap creatively.
Once you buy into a television show, there doesn’t have to be resolution from week to week. You can develop characters and storylines and react to the audience, so you get more of a serialized version of storytelling where you can go much deeper into each character. It’s more like a novel.
It’s really tough when you have back injury because you cannot bend; you cannot react at the balls.
There is a real joy to be able to get up and react to each other and appreciate the whole being greater than the sum of the parts, just the chemistry of the group.
Life isn’t always great, but it’s all about how we react to things.
Enterprise zones have succeeded in attracting needed capital to our urban poverty centers. Businesses and investors that wouldn’t otherwise give these blighted areas a second glance react to the incentives and invest.
The problem is how do molecules react. Because if you want to transform a molecule into something useful or something you’re interested in, it helps a lot to understand the structure. That means you can explore much more complicated systems, much more complicated reactions.
I think the way we react to things is a big indicator of our character and what type of person we are.
As a goalkeeper you need to be good at organising the people in front of you and motivating them. You need to see what’s going on and react to the threats. Just like a good manager in business.
When I’m out there, you just have to react. That’s why you work on those throws. When you’re in the moment, you can’t think to yourself, ‘How do I get this to go 47 yards and be 2 yards inside the sideline?’
The only thing that I react really violently to is being misquoted.
I feel like when I do some dance moves during the week or at the house, I’m quicker on my feet. I can react quicker just from dancing.
No two people react to things the same way, and even the same person reacts differently at a different time.
The way you react to each challenge forms who you become.
I’ve literally never seen a crowd react to a band the way they react to the Polysics. Signing them to MySpace Records was an obvious choice. I wanted to be the person to bring this seasoned band to a new culture and audience. I’m really proud of them.
I’ve always been interested in how people think, how they react to challenges in their lives – what makes people tick. I’ve also always been passionate about social issues and causes, and I wanted to make films that addressed important issues in very human terms.
The instincts and reaction and having to move – that’s what football is. You have to learn how to deal with different adjustments, and know how to react to different types of plays. And do it on the fly.
I can only hope that the Democrats do tone down the rhetoric. The rhetoric has been outrageous: The finger-pointing, the tone, the angst, and the anger directed at Donald Trump, his supporters – really, then, some people react to things like that; people get angry as well, and you fuel the fires.
Glacial pace is actually an incorrect concept. The glaciers move a lot faster and they react a lot faster than people imagine.
I don’t do anything specific for the stage. I’m just myself. I can’t stand still for five seconds. I’m normally quite active, so that just comes out on stage. If I see people react to me and my music, I just have to give back and express myself.
Maybe there’s some kind of modeling that can be tedious, like catalogue modeling, but there’s a kind of modeling, with runways or working with Richard Avedon, that’s not very far from acting. Besides the fact that you don’t have a partner to react to, the body language is the same.
With cinema it’s a different ballgame, you really don’t know how the audience will react, so one has to tread carefully.
I live my everyday life as a person, and I react to my photos from a certain distance. When I look at a photo, I detach myself and look at it as a product – not as me, Isabella.
Most of my favorite fictional couples are distinctly different. Light and dark, good and evil, boring and wild… whatever! They’re more fun to experience and definitely more fun to write. You have all these levels, and you know they’re not going to react to situations the same way.
I guess I’m bothered by how fans react to certain things and how they’re interested in certain things over true talent. I’ve always appreciated talent over everything else.
I’ve had times when layups didn’t go in, you start second-guessing yourself. It’s how you come at it and how you react to it.
Few things trigger fear and misconception more than economic tribulation, and nothing prompts elected officials to react with more simplistic populism.
Many times, people would react to the fact that I looked different, and I would think that there was something wrong with me – that maybe one of my shirt buttons was undone or something. It took 20 or 30 years to get used to it.