“I was lucky I survived the motorcycle accident because I – bike went under the car. I flew out about 20 or 25 feet. I didn’t have a helmet on. I hit my head on the pavement and knocked myself out, gave myself a brain concussion, screwed up my left leg. And I was – I was lucky then that I didn’t get killed because I didn’t have any protective clothing on whatsoever. And I took a pretty good beating. But, yeah, such was the nature of the day when the barber was called and Samson’s locks were trimmed.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“When the time comes for your brain to process the information, the second word comes up faster than the first one. So when it’s in your head, all of a sudden, it comes out backwards and you think of the word backwards.”

 

Bruce Jenner

“We’re now recognizing that the mind, which is an energetic field of thought which you can read with EEG wires on your brain or with a new process called magnetoencephalography (MEG), which reads the field without even touching the body. So it basically says that when you’re processing with your brain, you’re broadcasting fields.”

 

Bruce H. Lipton

“If you want to know if your brain is flabby, feel your legs.”

Bruce Barton

“I try to make music that’s really real. I’ve always liked music that makes me feel something. I’m not a brain first, music second person.”

Brother Ali

“There’s a reason why we’re born with brains in our heads, not rocks.”

 

Brom

“I had a husband who, I’m convinced, was an undiagnosed manic depressive. He didn’t treat me as if I had a brain – I was just this beautiful little doll he could show off.”

 

Britt Ekland

“I used to be able to sit in a chair and for four hours straight in a very focused meditative way be in my own world without ay interruption. And now it’s like your brain is getting so trained to check your phone, and there is like a dopamine release every time you get a text whether it’s a good or a bad one. I’m really worried about what it’s doing to our minds.”

 

Brit Marling

“I wasn’t actually very naturally good at economics. My brain doesn’t work very well, in terms of mathematics.”

 

Brit Marling

“My brain doesn’t work very well, in terms of mathematics. I’m not one of those people who can just spout off numbers for things, if numbers are thrown at me.”

 

Brit Marling

“You are not your body; you are not your brain, not even your mind. You are Spirit. All you have to do is reawaken to the memory, to remember.”

 

Brian Weiss

“Everything is humanities. The sciences are a form of the humanities. They involve traditions of inquiry; they involve social engagement with ideas. They do not happen with a naked brain going out and encountering a nonhuman world. And the better we understand ourselves, the better we can do science, as well. So I don’t see them – the sciences and the humanities – as being at all different.”

 

Brian Boyd

“So I hear they call you ‘The Freak’ Wow, that’s quite a coincidence. They call me ‘The Brain.'”

 

Brian Billick

“Virtual reality is a truly immersive medium and the level of graphics, already quite strong, will only continue to get better and better. You really feel like you are someplace else…and what you see, what you experience, it impacts your brain. So there are major implications here, to societal structure, to democracy to the way in which we interact with each other. To the nature of love, to the nature of sexuality.”

Brett Leonard

“A brain hemorrhage puts it all in a deeper perspective. I’m one of those guys hit by lightning. I see the big picture. Everything is in perspective now. Let’s just say I’m the kind of guy who knows how to enjoy the moment.”

Bret Michaels

“As I get older and I get more of this dialogue and I lose more and more brain cells, it really does become the most difficult part of the job!”

Brent Spiner

“You hear it in your brain. Whatever makes sense. Some songs work well as quartet songs, sometimes they don’t.”

Branford Marsalis

“I need something, Wax. A place to look. You always did the thinking.” “Yes, having a brain helps with that, surprisingly.”

Brandon Sanderson

“I’m convinced that responsibility is some kind of psychological disease.”

Brandon Sanderson

“What has three heads, six arms, and half a brain?” Three asked. One and Two answered in unison. “Nate Sutter.”

Brandon Mull