The harder you fall, the heavier your heart; the heavier your heart, the stronger you climb; the stronger you climb, the higher your pedestal.
STRAUSS:Have you ever thought about putting those experiences into a book? RICHIE:I did decide to write about what i experienced in climbing to the top. And finally when I got there, I discovered what was at the top.You know what was there? STRAUSS: No, I don't. RICHIE: Nothing. Not one thing. What was at the top was all the experiences that you had to get there.
From the moment you think you have made it, is the beginning of the end.
Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing.
I have different shoes for different types of climbing, six or seven different shoes that I alternate.
We are apes - we should be climbing.
I was a snowboard bum and a climbing bum.
When I was climbing, I built up a close relationship with the Sherpa people.
I just like climbing things and exploring.
Climbing is a journey without culmination.
Had I listened to my agent, I'd be running around in tights, climbing buildings and stuff.