Let’s learn from some of Julia Roberts’ thoughts about life and her eventful career:
You can be true to your character all you want, but you’ve got to go home as yourself!
True love doesn’t come to you—it has to be inside you.
I’m just an ordinary person with an extraordinary job.
I wouldn’t do nudity in films. To act with my clothes on is a performance, but to act with my clothes off is a documentary.
Fame is like a summer breeze that comes and goes. But, to have a bedrock of knowing who you are, that’s what it’s all about.
It’s amazing what can happen if you put your arm around somebody. It’s the truest thing that does the most good a lot of times, and I hope we all can just reach out to one another!
Accentuate the positive. Appreciate things. Just know that every single moment of anything remotely good is a gift.
What I like the least about fame is that there doesn’t seem to be too much interest in or room for the simple truth!
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