“If you want to get on in life, get off your ass, because it ain’t going to come to you. And if it does come to you, and you’re not off your ass, then you ain’t going to keep it very long.” — Ray Winston

“You’ve got to have something to retire to. Something you always wanted to do, but your job prevented it.” — Ozzy Osbourne

“If you don’t go, you’ll never know. I tell that to my kids.” — Robert De Niro

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do, so go explore, dream, discover.” — Mark Twain

“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.” — Benjamin Franklin

“That’s the way to live – around people who care. It may be a tough ride, but something is going to come out of it.” — Al Pacino

“Clear communication. Respect. A lot of laughter. And a lot of orgasms. That’s what makes a marriage work.” — Dr. Dre

“Life is not all high emotion. Some of the most interesting things are when it’s not highly emotional: little details of relationships and body language.” — David Attenborough

“You can sulk and be depressed about getting older, but what’s worse than another birthday? Not having one.” — Ron Jeremy

“It’s tremendously important how you get on with the other sex. Your life record on that is incredibly significant. You never really think about any of your other achievements.” – Martin Amis