“We struggled together, and sometimes, we struggled with one another… We took care of one another… In the end, we kept faith in each other.”


Bruce Springsteen

“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

“Everything has been homogenized. Over time, with television and jet travel, everybody has blended together. Some of our wonderful charm has been lost.”


Bruce Paltrow

“The way you hold the bow, the way that violinists are trained to produce a note, is really different. I’m not an expert in classical music. I don’t want to say something that ends up in print and somebody comes running after me with a shovel, but they’re taught for each note to stand alone in a very deliberate kind of way, which is really different than how notes are strung together in old-time music to create rhythm.”


Bruce Molsky

“Linda and I aren’t one and one. We are two halves that make a whole — two halves fitted together are more efficient than either half would ever be alone!”


Bruce Lee

“How can there be methods and systems to arrive at something that is living? To that which is static, fixed, dead, there can be a way, a definite path, but not to that which is living. Do not reduce reality to a static thing and then invent methods to reach it. …Truth has no path. Truth is living and, therefore, changing. It has no resting place, no form, no organized institution, no philosophy. When you see that, you will understand that this living thing is also what you are. You cannot express and be alive through static, put-together form, through stylized movement.”


Bruce Lee

“This is a vision Kaufman and Broad shares with Henry Cisneros, and together we have the resources and expertise to make vital new neighborhoods a reality.”


Bruce Karatz

“I learned again and again in my life, until you get your own act together, you’re not ready for Big Love. What you’re ready for is one of those codependent relationships where you desperately need a partner.”


Bruce H. Lipton

“I’d always loved poetry and I’d always loved writing music and composing music, but I hadn’t thought of putting the two together until around that time.”


Bruce Cockburn

“Once you tie anger and ego together then you’re a monster, at least a latent one. So you have to be able to separate those things before you are going to be able to do anything useful with your anger.”


Bruce Cockburn

“Indeed taking all the evidence together, it is not too much to say that there is no single historic incident better or more variously supported than the Resurrection of Christ. Nothing but the antecedent assumption that it must be false could have suggested the idea of deficiency in the proof of it.”

Brooke Westcott

“Almost lost you,” he thought, surprised to find himself blinking back tears. “Been through too much, me and you. We’re going to finish this thing together.”



“I still have my girlfriends that I grew up with. We went to day care together … we just feel comfortable with each other. We’re honest, we’re total goofs.”


Britney Spears

“The fundamental glue that holds any relationship together is trust.”


Brian Tracy

“Self-doubt does more to sabotage individual potential than all external limitations put together.”


Brian Tracy

“By pursuing your allurements, you help bind the universe together. The unity of the world rests on the pursuit of passion.”


Brian Swimme

“What I would really like to do, if I could have a sort of kingship for a short time and organize the group of my dreams – I would make one group which would be a combination of, say, Parliament and Kraftwerk – put those two together and say, “Make a record.” Something that would be an extraordinary combination: the weird physical feeling of Parliament with this strange, rigid stuff over the top of it.”


Brian Eno

“My interest in making music has been to create something that does not exist that I would like to listen to. I wanted to hear music that had not yet happened, by putting together things that suggested a new thing which did not yet exist.”


Brian Eno

“You can hear the profile of a sound, in retrospect, so much more clearly than you did at the time. And I think one of the things that’s going to be nauseatingly characteristic about so much music of now is its glossy production values and its griddedness, the tightness of the way everything is locked together.”


Brian Eno

“One way of working is just bring a group of totally different musicians together and encourage them to stick to their guns, not to do the thing that normally happens in a working situation where everyone homogenizes and concedes certain points – so eventually they’re all playing in roughly the same style. I wanted quite the opposite of that. I wanted them to accent their styles, so that they pulled away. So there would be a kind of space in the middle where I could operate, and attempt to make these things coalesce in some way. In fact quite a lot of my stuff has arisen from that.”


Brian Eno