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In a region with a growing population, if you’re doing nothing, you’re losing ground.
Life is growth. If we stop growing, technically and spiritually, we are as good as dead.
By the mid-17th century, telescopes had improved enough to make visible the seasonally growing and shrinking polar ice caps on Mars, and features such as Syrtis Major, a dark patch thought to be a shallow sea.
I brought in a yogurt master from Turkey. I went to Greece. I was always going back and forth, from New York to Turkey and Greece. The recipe we use has been around hundreds and hundreds of years. Growing up in Turkey, not a day would go by that we wouldn’t eat yogurt like this.
Growing up, I played softball and I was a cheerleader.
When I was growing up, all the art that touched me was lens-generated, like Gerhard Richter, or Polke, Rauschenberg, Warhol.
Newlyweds, they have this ideal, this picture of what marriage is like, something similar of their favorite memories growing up. If only it were that simple.
I regret not having had more time with my kids when they were growing up.
There were a lot of little triggers that made me realize that life is now; life is happening while we’re preoccupied with stupidities. Of course, growing. Of course, becoming a mother and understanding life from another perspective.
In ‘Growing Stronger,’ I expose my most painful moments and open my heart, thoughts and person, so that my experiences can inspire alleviation, consolation and decisiveness.
‘Growing Stronger’ emerged from a need to relate my life experiences as well as my constant struggle to prevail each day, and as a reminder to myself of the importance of never giving up.
We have to do more than keep media giants from growing larger; they’re already too big. We need a new set of rules that will break these huge companies to pieces.
When I was growing up, I always saw Karen Millen as a resource for women who were a bit older.
Growing up, I always wanted a dog, but my parents never wanted one.
I didn’t have a choice growing up but to be more insecure because others had more.