Decisions, particularly important ones, have always made me sleepy, perhaps because I know that I will have to make them by instinct, and thinking things out is only what other people tell me I should do.
Statistics are no substitute for judgement.
Advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer but wish we didn't.
One of the reasons why so few of us ever act, instead of react, is because we are continually stifling our deepest impulses.
It is the heart which experiences God, not the reason.
By learning to contact, listen to, and act on our intuition, we can directly connect to the higher power of the universe and allow it to become our guiding force.
Imagination is more important than knowledge.
Trust your own instinct. Your mistakes might as well be your own, instead of someone else's.
I feel there are two people inside of me-me and my intuition. If I go against her, she'll screw me every time, and if I follow her, we get along quite nicely.
I give myself, sometimes, admirable advice, but I am incapable of taking it.
Some of the finest moral intuitions come to quite humble people. The visiting of lofty ideas doesn't depend on formal schooling. Think of those Galilean peasants.
I'm the foe of moderation, the champion of excess. If I may lift a line from a die-hard whose identity is lost in the shuffle, "I'd rather be strongly wrong than weakly right."
Conviction without experiences makes for harshness.
Without fanaticism we cannot accomplish anything.
To have character is to be big enough to take life on.
The trouble is that not enough people have come together with the firm determination to live the things which they say they believe.
All I can do is act according to my deepest instinct, and be whatever I must be-crazy or ribald or sad or compassionate or loving or indifferent. That is all anybody can do.
Instinct is untaught ability.
Trusting our intuition often saves us from disaster.
Trust your gut.