30 Celebrity Mottos
Miss Cellania ”¢ Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 5:00 AM
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What’s your motto? Hmmmmmm…
In all the conversations, chats, talks we all have regularly with all our friends and pals and acquaintances, we hardly ever communicate about “our motto.” I would have to assume that most people just simply do not have a motto.
I do think everyone, whether they realize it or not, has a philosophy of life and basic rules of how they conduct themselves. I guess if they had a motto, it would reflect these. And of course, a person’s motto would reflect the person, him or her self.
Let’s take a look at the actual mottos of 30 well-known people.
Julie Andrews: “When in doubt, stand still.”
Hugh Hefner: “This above all: to thine own self be true.”
Shirley MacLaine: “I am part of god in light.”
Brian Wilson: “Be cool.”
Yoko Ono: “Keep smiling and maybe you’ll get something to smile about.”
Ted Kennedy: “The dream shall never die.”
Ray Charles: “God helps those who help themselves.”
Ron Howard: “Panic is not our friend.”
Dustin Hoffman: “The true mystery of the world is the visible, not the invisible.”
Kirk Douglas: “I tried, goddammit, I tried.”
Donald Trump: “Think big- and get the job done!”
Jackie Collins: “Girls can do anything.”
Joan Collins: “That which does not kill us makes us stronger.”
Johnny Cash: “Better times will come.” (“This was the Cash family motto. And better times did come for me.”)
Bette Midler: “F**k ’em if they can’t take a joke.”
Little Richard: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
Jack Lemmon: “Magic time!”
Dennis Hopper: “Never wear boots.”.
Norman Mailer: “Excelsior! (onward and upward)”
Larry King: “If at first you don’t succeed, punt.”
Jane Fonda: “It’s better to be interested than interesting.”
Harry Belafonte: “Live!”
James Brown: “Live as long as you can an die when you can’t help it.”
Bill O’Reilly: “Embrace good, confront evil.”
Sting: “Die without fear.”
Timothy Leary: “Dial on, tune in, hang out, link up, escape, delete…”
Aretha Franklin: “Live and let live!”
Keith Richards: “I told you I was sick.”
Ellen Degeneres: “Let’s try to beat that.”
George Carlin: “Always have a good motto.”