My confidence wavers between being genuine and being insecure.
I love being a writer so much that I almost can't believe that I am one.
I would like to be remembered, if I am remembered at all, as being a catalyst for change in the world, change for good.
The truth is, everything ultimately comes down to the relationship between the reader and the writer and the characters. Does or does not a character address moral being in a universal and important way? If it does, then it's literature.
I can disappear into things very easily. But with acting, you have to be in the moment, and it gives me this incredibly fulfilling emotion: being really present.
I love being a scientologist, as it's helped me in every single aspect of my life.
A lot of people have tried to put labels on me, but right now I'm focused on being Kristi Noem and getting my message out to South Dakotans.
I was surprised by how much I like being a father; surprised at what a decent father I am, because I was afraid I wouldn't be able to dump my selfishness.
I have a tendency to sabotage relationships; I have a tendency to sabotage everything. Fear of success, fear of failure, fear of being afraid. Useless, good-for-nothing thoughts.
Being famous hasn't changed my perception of myself - I've just grown up.
I didn't grow up with any concept of people being deviants unless they mistreated others.
We've got ballots flying around, being counted by hand, arriving by truck and in God knows whose custody.