Hello Friends, welcome to Friday Food for Thought. Every Friday I’ll help start your weekend by sharing four people, thoughts, or things that are on my mind this week. These may be books or movies, podcast suggestions, interesting people I follow on social media, music, products, or, well, anything. You may find interesting creativity boosts here, some conversation starters, or just a small dose of entertainment. Click here for my previous post. This week, I’m sharing samples from my database of movie quotes. (Cinephiles take note, I post several movie quotes almost every day on Twitter). Feel free to share this with friends, or offer suggestions via the comments. Let’s begin!
1) The Ides of March (2011):
I believe we should be judged as a country by how we take care of the people who cannot take care of themselves. -George Clooney as Mike Morris
2) High and Low (1963):
I’d rather be fed the cruel truth than be fed gentle lies. –Tsutomu Yamazaki as Ginjiro Takeuchi
3) Dirty Filthy Love (2004):
If you love someone, you’re supposed to be there for them, aren’t you? Aren’t you? If you love them. When they’re down. -Michael Sheen as Mark
4) To Rome with Love (2012):
You know, without the unions, the worker would be ground into dust. -Flavio Parenti as Michelangelo
That’s all for this week. Have a good weekend!
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