My soul is more at rest from the tempter when I am busily employed.
I'm as much of a human being as the rest of the world. But if I don't train, I don't win. If I don't focus, I don't win. So I don't have a choice: I just have to run.
Do you know what would hold me together on a battlefield? The sense that I was perpetuating the language in which Keats and the rest of them wrote!
When I was a kid, the idea of why I wanted acting to be the thing I do for the rest of my life was different. It was, Oh yeah, I'll get girls and be famous.
I enjoy spending time with my family. And when my family's not around, when I'm on the road, a lot of sleep. I get my rest. I understand how important my job is and how important rest is to that job. I'm pretty boring.
I grew up loving music and being super involved in church choir and school musicals and such, but when I started writing is when I fell in love with the idea of doing it for the rest of my life.
I write for three or four hours and then hopefully I'll have something. Then I draw for the rest of the afternoon... I literally block out Wednesday-Thursday-Friday - I more or less disappear.
Comedians tend to find a comfort zone and stay there and do lamer versions of themselves for the rest of their career.
I love weekends. Just like everyone else, I get to rest on weekends and go out with friends. I hate Mondays.
I relax completely when I'm at rest. I don't think of numbers; I don't think of work.
What fools are we, to be besotted with the love of our own trouble, and to hate our liberty and rest!
I didn't really even think of recording under my own name for a long time. I thought, 'I've got the rest of my life to do that.'