I honestly think it is better to be a failure at something you love than to be a success at something you hate.
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Sex at age 90 is like trying to shoot pool with a rope.
Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city.
Retirement at sixty-five is ridiculous. When I was sixty-five I still had pimples.
I can't afford to die I'd lose too much money.
I'd rather be a failure at something I love than a success at something I hate.
Everything that goes up must come down. But there comes a time when not everything that's down can come up.
Don't stay in bed, unless you can make money in bed.
I would go out with women my age, but there are no women my age.
I look to the future because that's where I'm going to spend the rest of my life.
I spent a year in that town, one Sunday.
The United Nations will be at the heart of our international activities. France will assume its full responsibilities at the Security Council by putting its status at the service of peace, respect for human rights and development.
Fear, anxiety and neurosis: that's just in the suitcase when you're an actor.
The great advantage of a hotel is that it is a refuge from home life.
Great and good are seldom the same man.
From those to whom much is given, much is expected. I have been given much - the love of my family, the faith and trust of the people of New York, and the chance to lead this state. I am deeply sorry that I did not live up to what was expected of me.
You know, nothing is more important than education, because nowhere are our stakes higher our future depends on the quality of education of our children today.
Justice must always question itself, just as society can exist only by means of the work it does on itself and on its institutions.
God judged it better to bring good out of evil than to suffer no evil to exist.
We have the duty to protect the life of an unborn child.
Working moms commonly testify that they feel guilty when they are away from their children and guilty when they are not at their jobs. Devoted fathers certainly miss their children deeply, but it does not seem to be with the same gnawing, primal anxiety that often afflicts women.