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Home Quotes

“Our marriage is like anybody’s marriage, It goes through ups and downs. It’s a little garden that you have to tend all the time. When we’re home, it’s not like we walk around all dolled up going, We are celebrities! We are famous! I change diapers. I clean up dog doo.”

 

Bruce Willis

“You wouldn’t want to see a movie where the bad guys triumph over the good guys all the time. You’d get bummed out, and you’d just stay at home and watch the news.”

 

Bruce Willis

“Privacy under what circumstance? Privacy at home under what circumstances? You have more privacy if everyone’s illiterate, but you wouldn’t really call that privacy. That’s ignorance.”

 

Bruce Sterling

“The Jersey Shore is the kind of place where the policeman has a little cottage that might have been in the family for years and many other people call home.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“I have to write and play. If I became an electrician tomorrow, I’d still come home at night and write songs.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“Tonight this fool’s halfway to heaven and just a mile outta hellAnd I feel like I’m comin’ home.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“But it’s a sad man my friend who’s livin’ in his own skin And can’t stand the company. Every fool’s got a reason to feelin’ sorry for himself And turn his heart to stone. Tonight this fool’s halfway to heaven and just a mile outta hell And I feel like I’m comin’ home.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“Fame, on its best day, is kind of like a friendly wave from a stranger by the side of the road. And when it’s not so good, it’s like a long walk home, all alone, with nobody in when you get there.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“It took quite a bit of work and time and mistakes to begin to feel – to understand the strength that comes along with building a home life.That was very mysterious to me. I was very skeptical of it for a long time, and didn’t understand it fully until Patti [ Scialfa] and I got together.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“One thing is very clear: the safest place and the best protection against the moral and spiritual diseases is a stable home and family. This has always been true; it will be true forever. We must keep that foremost in our minds. The scriptures speak of ‘the shield of faith wherewith,’ the Lord said, ‘ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked’ (D&C 27:17). This shield of faith is best fabricated in a cottage industry. While the shield can be polished in classes in the Church and in activities, it is meant to be handcrafted in the home and fitted to each individual.”

 

Boyd K. Packer

“Temple. One other word is equal in importance to a Latter-day Saint. Home. Put the words holy temple and home together, and you have described the house of the Lord!”

 

Boyd K. Packer

“The ultimate end of all activity in the Church is to see a husband and his wife and their children happy at home, protected by the principles and laws of the gospel, sealed safely in the covenants of the everlasting priesthood. Husbands and wives should understand that their first calling-from which they will never be released-is to one another and then to their children.”

 

Boyd K. Packer

“The ultimate purpose of every teaching, every activity in the Church is that parents and their children are happy at home, sealed in an eternal marriage, and linked to their generations.”

 

Boyd K. Packer

“When I have the time at home, I’ll practice three or four hours a day. I have to. And I’m a late starter; I started at age 17 and at age 51 I’m still learning.”

 

Bruce Hornsby

“As many conventionally unhappy parents did in the 1950s, my parents stayed together for the sake of the children—they divorced after my youngest brother left home for college. I only wish they had known that modeling their dysfunctional relationship was far more damaging to their children than their separation would have been.”

 

Bruce H. Lipton

“I think that most of the action in religion is around the home, is in families, and is in individual lives, and they can go on their own searches, watch their own TV shows, read their own books, form their own groups and discuss it, but that’s where the action is – on the home front.”

 

Bruce Feiler

“If this were so; if the desert were ‘home’; if our instincts were forged in the desert; to survive the rigours of the desert – then it is easier to understand why greener pastures pall on us; why possessions exhaust us, and why Pascal’s imaginary man found his comfortable lodgings a prison.”

 

Bruce Chatwin

“It’s an old sailor’s idea that every ship has a rope with one end made fast to her bows and the other held by the loved ones at home.”

 

Bruce Chatwin

“Man’s real home is not a house, but the Road, and that life itself is a journey to be walked on foot.”

 

Bruce Chatwin

“This earth is not our home. We are away at school, trying to master the lessons of “the great plan of happiness” so we can return home and know what it means to be there. Over and over the Lord tells us why the plan is worth our sacrifice – and His. Eve called it “the joy of our redemption.” Jacob called it “that happiness which is prepared for the saints.” Of necessity, the plan is full of thorns and tears – His and ours. But because He and we are so totally in this together, our being “at one” with Him in overcoming all opposition will itself bring us “incomprehensible joy.””

 

Bruce C. Hafen