Along For The Ride Quotes by Daniel Pinchbeck, John Manley, Sarah Dessen, Barbara Corcoran, James Lee Burke, Ian Harding and many others.
The ‘coming of the Self’ is an apocalypse for the ego, the ‘you’ that wants to hang along for the ride. It may be that the only way to survive the Apocalypse is to undergo it, first, within your own being.
Both Donald Trump and the Democrats have said terrible things about the healthcare companies. If healthcare companies think they can make money in the US, the rest of the world will go along for the ride. At the end of the day, we may not like the cost of healthcare, but it’s going to be pretty dang hard to contain it.
Relationships dont always make sense. Especially from the outside
If you get labeled a winner, people come along for the ride. Might as well enjoy it and they should too.
It has been my experience that most human stories are circular rather than linear. Regardless of the path we choose, we somehow end up where we commenced – in part, I suspect, because the child who lives in us goes along for the ride.
In all honesty, I have a few irons in the fire in the TV world, but mostly, I’m working on having the most amazing life I can possibly have, and hopefully my career will come along for the ride.
Maybe the best thing would be to forget being right or wrong about people and just go along for the ride. But if you can do that — well, lucky you.
If a writer knows what he or she is doing, I’ll go along for the ride. If he or she doesn’t… well, I’m in my fifties now, and there are a lot of books out there. I don’t have time to waste with the poorly written ones.
I glanced up to see Liz and smiled. “Thank you.” “I just went along for the ride. After that happened-” She waved at Derek. “You know how blind people need Seeing Eye dogs? Well, apparently werewolves could really use Opening Door poltergeists.
I need to know that wherever I end up, in the stars or in the gutter, you’re along for the ride.
You know it’s never fifty-fifty in a marriage. It’s always seventy-thirty, or sixty-forty. Someone falls in love first. Someone puts someone else up on a pedestal. Someone works very hard to keep things rolling smoothly; someone else sails along for the ride.
Life is full of screwups. You’re supposed to fail sometimes. It’s a required part of the human existance.
The only reason I lost, the only reason I failed to get what I want, is because the monster is me, there’s no difference between us. It makes all the moves, calls all the shots, while I’m just along for the ride, with no idea how to pull the brakes or get off.
When you make art, you get really invested in it. When art happens by accident and you were just along for the ride? It’s way more fun.
It is much more fun to write about villains then heroes. The villains are the ones that think out the scheme, and the heroes just kind of come along for the ride.
When you write a play, you make a set of assumptions — that you have something to say, that you know how to say it, that its worth saying, and that maybe someone will come along for the ride.
People don’t think in terms of information. They think in terms of narratives. But while people focus on the story itself, information comes along for the ride.