Dignity is as essential to human life as water, food, and oxygen. The stubborn retention of it, even in the face of extreme physical hardship, can hold a man's soul in his body long past the point at which the body should have surrendered it.
("Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience and Redemption")
More Quotes from Laura Hillenbrand:The paradox of vengefulness is that it makes men dependent upon those who have harmed them, believing that their release from pain will come only when their tormentors suffer.
The buses drove to the Olympic stadium. Entering in a parade of nations and standing at attention, the athletes were treated to a thunderous show that culminated in the release of twenty thousand doves. As the birds circled in panicked confusion, cannons began firing, prompting the birds to relieve themselves over the athletes. With each report, the birds let fly. Louie stayed at attention, shaking with laughter.
But with nonfiction, the task is very straightforward: Do the research, tell the story.
He was a very difficult animal. This was a horse who, if you pulled the right rein he'd go left.
I look at the film as an opportunity to see some bountifully creative minds do something that I could not do - tell the story with images. I can't wait to see what they do.
And at that point, I think my experience in covering the subject helped me. I think editors felt comfortable with the idea of me telling this story because I had demonstrated that I know this business pretty well.
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If one of two lovers is loyal, and the other jealous and false, how may their friendship last, for Love is slain!
Marie de France
The standards to get in are very high. We don't want to lower those standards.
A place is an area within an environment that has been altered in such a way to make the general environment more conspicuous.