„I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.“

Carl Gustav Jung Foto
Carl Gustav Jung14
Schweizer Arzt und Psychoanalytiker 1875 - 1961

Ähnliche Zitate

C.G. Jung Foto

„I am not what happens to me. I choose who I become.“

— C.G. Jung Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist who founded analytical psychology 1875 - 1961

Sidney Poitier Foto

„I am the me I choose to be.“

— Sidney Poitier American-born Bahamian actor, film director, author, and diplomat 1927

Anne Bancroft Foto

„I was at a point where I was ready to say I am what I am because of what I am and if you like me I'm grateful, and if you don't, what am I going to do about it?“

— Anne Bancroft American actress 1931 - 2005
Interview on her role in the Broadway play "Two for the Seesaw". The New York Times (1958).

John C. Maxwell Foto

„The most important question you can ever ask yourself. It’s not what am I getting. It is what am I becoming.“

— John C. Maxwell American author, speaker and pastor 1947
Book Sometimes you win Sometimes you Learn

Bob Dylan Foto

„Who am I helping, what am I breaking, what am I giving, what am I taking?“

— Bob Dylan American singer-songwriter, musician, author, and artist 1941

Charles Bukowski Foto
Henry Rollins Foto
Lois McMaster Bujold Foto
Arthur Miller Foto
Edie Brickell Foto

„What I am is what I am. Are you what you are — or what?“

— Edie Brickell singer from the United States 1966
"What I Am"

Pierre Bonnard Foto

„It would bother me if my canvases were stretched onto a frame. I never know in advance what dimensions I am going to choose.“

— Pierre Bonnard French painter and printmaker 1867 - 1947
Dita Amory, in Pierre Bonnard: The Late Still Lifes and Interiors; Yale University Press, New Haven, 2009 - ISBN 978-0-300-14889-3, p. 4 Bonnard started to paint usually on an unstretched canvas

„I am what is around me.“

— Wallace Stevens American poet 1879 - 1955

William Winwood Reade Foto

„It made me what I am.“

— William Winwood Reade British historian 1838 - 1875
Cecil Rhodes, quoted in Robert I. Rotberg The Founder: Cecil Rhodes and the Pursuit of Power (1988) p. 100.