The visual does seem to me the most thoroughly grasped and recorded among my impressions; sight seems to be my principal sense organ, and "seeing" supplies the key metaphors for reporting the perception.
— Zygmunt Bauman
It's hard to resist the magical thinking that the work habits of great writers are the key to their greatness.
— Zoë Heller
Scientists believe that the invention of clothing in Africa was a key factor in allowing our ancestors to migrate into colder climates and to spread across the globe.
— Ziya Tong
When thoughts arise, as soon as you sense them heading on the road of desire, bring them right back onto the road of reason. Once they arise, notice them, once you notice them, you can change them. This is the key to turning calamity into fortune, rising from death and returning to life.
— Zicheng Hong
Always remember... How you handle obstacles will always be a key factor in determining your ability to achieve success.
— Ziad K. Abdelnour
The thoughts you think create your feelings and emotions. The thoughts you think are the key factor in what you say and do. The entire quality of your life is totally dependent on the thoughts you choose to think focus on. Choose thoughts of gratitude. You will be tremendously grateful that you did.
— Zelig Pliskin
Objects of Appreciation: Every time you go to use a utensil or instrument, take pleasure and feel gratitude for the fact that you have such an object available. If you focus on this, you'll be able to be lifted many many times each day. Some common examples include: a pen, fork, cup, key, computers, clock, chair, stapler, and eyeglasses.
— Zelig Pliskin
For me, experimentation is not about the technology. In an ever-changing technological landscape, where today's platforms are not tomorrow's platforms, the key seems to be that any one of these spaces can use a dose of humanity and art and culture.
— Ze Frank
The key point to bear in mind is that Russia cannot be in Europe without Ukraine also being in Europe, whereas Ukraine can be in Europe without Russia being in Europe.
— Zbigniew Brzezinski
Who Honors those we love for the very life we live? Who sends monsters to kill us...and at the same time sings that we'll never die? Who teaches us what's real...and how to laugh at lies? Who decides why we live and what we'll die to defend? Who chains us...and who holds the key that can set us free? It's you. You have all the weapons you need. Now fight!
— Zack Snyder
Love is selfless. The key is giving up yourself.
— Zac Hanson
I'd love to take a year off and travel the world under the radar. I would love to do it really low key. I wouldn't need to stay in fancy hotels or anything; I just want to explore - but I don't know how I'd do it. Would I shave my head to try and go incognito? Ha ha! I'm not telling.
— Zac Efron
Google never knew how successful key words would be.
— Yuri Milner
Within our perceived weaknesses and imperfections lies the key to realizing our true strength.
— Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche
Education helps you to be a well-rounded person, period. It teaches you how to take in information and data, process it, and use it for life building. Education was key in my family. You were going to college.
— Yolanda Adams
At the end of the day, the key to happiness is taking ultimate responsibility for your reactions to all of your experiences - the good and the chaotic.
— Yehuda Berg
Love is a weapon of Light, and it has the power to eradicate all forms of darkness. That is the key. When we offer love even to our enemies, we destroy their darkness and hatred.
— Yehuda Berg
Many can argue that it is our power of intelligence that is the key to the human domination of our planet. I suggest that it is the ability to put our thoughts into words that can be communicated to others.
— Yehuda Berg
I am down mentally. I can't understand how it happened and who is to blame? I don't know why the ground was rolled before the final which may have resulted in losing key players like Hemanta and Zahid due to the hardness of the pitch.
— Yeasin Khan
This world cannot break you-unless you give it permission. And it cannot own you unless you hand it the keys-unless you give it your heart. And so, if you have handed those keys to dunya for a while-take them back. This isn't the End. You don't have to die here. Reclaim your heart and place it with its rightful owner:God.
— Yasmin Mogahed
The key of 'The Earth from Above,' and of 'Home' is to show the beauty of the planet, and thereby to promote love for it.
— Yann Arthus-Bertrand
If love is the treasure, laughter is the key.
— Yakov Smirnoff
When you study our greatest artists, you will find that they give us a key to understand how to deal with each other, and that our bloodlines are intertwined. It's not hyphenated America. That there is an America, and it is expressed in those arts. It gives us a key to figure out how to negotiate with each other, and it tells us actually who we are.
— Wynton Marsalis
To heal from the inside out is the key.
— Wynonna Judd
I don't think in terms of intervals; I think in terms of tonal color. I'm trying to play through as many keys as possible.
— Woody Shaw
When you have read the Bible, you will know it is the word of God, because you will have found it the key to your own heart, your own happiness and your own duty.
— Woodrow Wilson
The riddle of Mozart is precisely that "the man" refuses to be a key for solving it. In death, as in life, he conceals himself behind his work.
— Wolfgang Hildesheimer
I thank my God for graciously granting me the opportunity of learning that death is the key which unlocks the door to our true happiness.
— Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The whole key is to be honest with yourself, find the weak spots, work on it, get it done.
— Wladimir Klitschko
Reprogramming the unconscious beliefs that block fuller awareness of creative/intuitive capabilities depends upon a key characteristic of the mind, namely that it responds to what is vividly imagined as though it were real experience.
— Willis Harman
Defense to me is the key to playing baseball.
— Willie Mays
Oh! faint delicious spring-time violet, Thine odor like a key, Turns noiselessly in memory's wards to let A thought of sorrow free.
— William Wetmore Story
The Law and the Gospel are two keys. The Law is the key that shutteth up all men under condemnation, and the Gospel is the key which opens the door and lets them out.
— William Tyndale
My principal work now lies in tracing out the exact nature and conditions of utility. It seems strange indeed that economists have not bestowed more minute attention on a subject which doubtless furnishes the true key to the problems of economics.
— William Stanley Jevons
Prudent men lock up their motives, letting familiars have a key to their hearts, as to their garden.
— William Shenstone
Energy is the key to creativity. Energy is the key to life.
— William Shatner
I don't Twitter. I can't even remember my password name. I have problems with electronics, so what I've done is hire a young man out of college, whose very fingers are the extension of computer keys, and he Twitters. He does the mechanics, but I very carefully modulate what is said and have used Twitter to publicize stuff, have conversations and instigate competition.
— William Shatner
Comics play a trite but lusty tune on the C natural keys of human nature. They rouse the most primitive, but also the most powerful, reverberations in the noisy cranial sound-box of consciousness, drowning out more subtle symphonies. Comics scorn finesse, thereby incurring the wrath of linguistic adepts. They defy the limits of accepted fact and convention, thus amortizing to apoplexy the ossified arteries of routine thought.
— William Moulton Marston
All of a sudden I pulled up short and harked back to Ridley [Scott] holding up the script in Manhattan, at the St. Regis breakfast room, and saying, "It's very visual, isn't it," and realized it was the key to my whole life since then.
— William Monahan
One of the key things is to encourage people to have a go in the kitchen and not to be embarrassed by it. Try and spend a couple of nights a week cooking something up. It doesn't have to be complicated, it can be something really simple.
— William Katt