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In fact, my mother does not let me take my money out of my bank. She says she will keep it until she is 18 and I do not think anyone can touch it. No money has been withdrawn from there.
I like watching horror movies because you always wonder what's going to happen next, and that's what's going to happen in "The Haunting Hour": you'll always want to know what will happen next.
I'm thinking of my increasingly rare anonymity, and it's really scary, because a very large part of me would be perfectly happy to live on a Colorado ranch and have babies, chickens and horses what I will do anyway.
When I did 'The Social Network', David Fincher told me that I had managed to create a rather awkward character. I thought it was really cool because I think it's really cool.
I watched my parents work and thought, "Yes, I'm going to do that." It was not even a thing, it's the only thing I can do.
Los Angeles is a really strange place. I grew up there as a normal child, but it was only when I knew other parts of the world that I realized how strange it was inside powerful and wounded.
My parents had personal problems that put me in a very difficult position to manage from a very young age. I needed help with that, in therapy.
Old friends disappear, new friends appear. It's like days. An old day passes, a new day arrives. The important thing is to give it meaning: a meaningful friend or a useful day.
Whether one believes in a religion or not, and believes in rebirth or not, there is no one who does not appreciate goodness and compassion.
When we encounter a real tragedy in life, we can react in two ways: by losing hope and adopting self destructive habits, or by using the challenge to find our inner strength. Thanks to Buddha's teachings, I was able to take this second path.
If you have a religious faith, very well, you can add a secular ethic, then a religious belief, add it very well. But even people who have no interest in religion, okay, it's not a religion, but you can train through education.
All major religious traditions carry the same message fundamentally: love, compassion and forgiveness, the important thing is that they are part of our daily lives.
Some scientists believe that climate change is the cause of the unprecedented melting of the North Pole and that it affects these very uncertain weather conditions. I think we should listen to these scientists and experts.
Religion, every religion, whatever kind of marvelous religion, is never universal. Education has become universal and we must find ways to intervene through the education system, from kindergarten to university level, to raise awareness of these benefits, values, inner values.
I have always had this perspective on the modern education system: we pay special attention to brain development, but we develop a sense of warmth.
Logically, harmony must come from the heart ... Harmony is very much based on trust. As soon as the use of force, creates fear. Fear and trust can not go together.