Wayne Gerard Trotman quotes:

  • I don't like zombie movies, they're just plain silly.

  • Burying your head in the sand does not make you invisible it only leads to suffocation.

  • Change. Adapt. Bend so as not to be broken. Let opportunity guide your actions.

  • Verily, a man without fear is either dead or happy to die.

  • I have been so very, very fortunate in my life. I've met or been in contact with several of my childhood heroes. I've interacted with people all over this planet, and even though I couldn't possibly hope to remember all their names, I remember a photograph, a poem, a sound, a joke, kind words of encouragement. All is not lost.

  • Instead of loving people and using money, people often love money and use people.

  • Water - a thoroughly underrated drink.

  • Contentment comes from wanting what we need, not needing what we want.

  • Mightier than the sword, the pen may be; but the tongue is mightiest of all.

  • Modesty isn't always a virtue; it can be a hindrance; a careful measure of personal pride builds confidence and ensures success.

  • Helping people and putting smiles on their faces is a great, great thing. God only knows why more people don't do it more often.

  • One of the most devastating symptoms of pride is the unwillingness to forgive.

  • Lovers and warriors are not bound by the rules of fair play.

  • The future begins today.

  • Dwell in the past, worry about the future and find misery in the present.

  • Verily, there is no dishonor in death at the hands of a far superior enemy.

  • As long as the peace-makers are armed with assault rifles, it's highly unlikely we'll ever have peace.

  • Armon stared into the wild darkness of his opponent and saw a reflection of his own fall.

  • People who repeatedly attack your confidence and self-esteem are quite aware of your potential, even if you are not.

  • Growth of consciousness does not depend on the might of the intellect but on the conviction of the heart.

  • Today, I attended a friend's birthday party dressed as a ninja. I soon discovered that ninjas are very misunderstood.

  • For most people, art is only valuable if other people say it is; and artists are only worthwhile if they are either rich and famous, or dead.

  • What you call life is but a dream, and reality is relative.

  • I appreciated art, long before I could produce it.

  • I see you have returned, my love; and your mood is as dark as ever. Did your soldiers not adore you to your complete satisfaction?

  • A true master will not deceive an able disciple. You are hampered by the limits you set and no limit can be set on skill.

  • To dispense knowledge without moral guidance would be grossly irresponsible.

  • I feel the deepest, heartfelt pity for any adult who has never been in love."

  • It is impossible to be truly artistic without the risk of offending someone somewhere.

  • The sad truth about bigotry is that most bigots either don't realize that they are bigots, or they convince themselves that their bigotry is perfectly justified.

  • Where there is no consciousness, there is no time.

  • Our perception of space-time can be thought of in terms of event coordinates relative to our current state of consciousness.

  • A steadfast heart does not stray from the path.

  • It is unfortunate that for some, kindness is an unwarranted expenditure, compassion an avoidable weakness, and love an unnecessary gamble.

  • The more you care, the more you fear.

  • Sometimes people with low self-esteem will try to punish you for caring about them.

  • The voice of love calls to you, my son.

  • My mother, my psychiatrist and an assortment of sedatives eventually convinced me I was delusional.

  • It's quite sad that so many children go through life unsure whether their parents love them or not.

  • Envy suggests inferiority.

  • Asleep you can experience many hours whilst only a few waking moments have passed. This is why dreams are an ideal platform for training.

  • A place without meaning is no place to be.

  • Where there is great love there is great harmony of thought.

  • To try is to accept the possibility of failure. Simply do.

  • There are few things worse than mistaking an enemy for a friend.

  • A gift involves sacrifice. If you give away something that you no longer value or want, it cannot be a gift. It is simply a discarded item.

  • Do not dismiss the words of the old; they possess wisdom, which comes only with age, and often speak of things that the young are too immature to understand.

  • Fear sees, even when eyes are closed.

  • I feel the deepest, heartfelt pity for any adult who has never been in love.

  • I've been told, by various people, that I think too much. This is incorrect! The truth is that I deliberately challenge people to think more than they would like to.

  • I've decided I don't like books that end with 'The End'. The fact that there are no more pages, suggests to me that the book has ended.

  • Of what value is your life, unless you are willing to sacrifice it for those you love?

  • Often, what people don't say tell you more about the nature of their insecurities than what they do say.

  • Only by fully experiencing fear, can you ever hope to control it.

  • Optimists are usually inexperienced.

  • Revenge can only be found on the road to self-destruction.

  • So often, the discarded love of youth is desperately yearned for in maturity.

  • Sometimes strange fiction, becomes grim reality.

  • The eternal sea of politics is best left to politicians.

  • The laws of men are not infallible.

  • To try is to invite uncertainty. Where confidence goes, success usually follows.

  • Verily, a man should not cling to those who have passed, for he will likely neglect service to the living.

  • You crave winning and fear losing instead of just doing. To succeed you must remove your self-imposed limitations.

  • You must learn to control your dreams or your dreams will forever control you.