Malleable quotes:

  • Habits are malleable throughout your entire life. -- Charles Duhigg
  • The past is malleable and flexible, changing as our recollection interprets and re-explains what has happened. -- Peter L. Berger
  • The beauty of jazz is that it's malleable. People are addressing it to suit their own personalities. -- Pat Metheny
  • The body is an actor's tool, like the face, malleable. I never thought that being naked was immoral or outrageous. -- Emmanuelle Beart
  • History is malleable. A new cache of diaries can shed new light, and archeological evidence can challenge our popular assumptions. -- Ken Burns
  • Castro has lived almost his entire life as a clandestine revolutionary. To such figures, truth is always malleable, always subservient to political goals. -- Stephen Kinzer
  • Reviews condition people. At the end of the day, a lot of human minds are malleable. They can be easily shaped with strong words. -- Drake
  • The process of being filmed was, I found, peculiar but not discomfiting. At 13, you are malleable, adaptable, better able to take the unusual in your stride. -- James Lovegrove
  • A newspaper is lumber made malleable. It is ink made into words and pictures. It is conceived, born, grows up and dies of old age in a day. -- Jim Bishop
  • You should never step outside of your life and look at it like it's this malleable thing you can shape so that people view it a certain way. -- Kristen Stewart
  • I have to say that my dad's face is very malleable. He's barely got any cartilage in his face. I think I maybe inherited that Play-Doh-like physicality from him. -- Claire Danes
  • I love playing strong feisty women, I really do, but if you were to ask my husband he'd probably say that I'm very insecure. And actually incredibly malleable, which isn't necessarily a good thing. -- Alex Kingston
  • There are writers' rooms that will write episodes all together, who will break into little groups and write certain scenes. Everyone's process can be a little bit malleable. Everyone tries to get into a groove or find what works for their room. -- Jim Rash
  • Relativity challenges your basic intuitions that you've built up from everyday experience. It says your experience of time is not what you think it is, that time is malleable. Your experience of space is not what you think it is; it can stretch and shrink. -- Brian Greene
  • Civics is not only how to run the country before it's your turn to run the country; it is, in fact, the study of power, practical political power. And you must start that process at an age level when kids' brains are still open and malleable. -- Richard Dreyfuss
  • For me as a writer, Albanian is simply an extraordinary means of expression - rich, malleable, adaptable. As I have said in my latest novel, 'Spiritus,' it has modalities that exist only in classical Greek, which puts one in touch with the mentality of antiquity. -- Ismail Kadare
  • Empathy' is the latest code word for liberal activism, for treating the Constitution as malleable clay to be kneaded and molded in whatever form justices want. It represents an expansive view of the judiciary in which courts create policy that couldn't pass the legislative branch or, if it did, would generate voter backlash. -- Karl Rove
  • I bring ideas to set, and I'm more than willing for those to be affected and be malleable based on what the other person gives me. I don't know what another actor is going to give me, on the day, and I don't want to be so hard and fast in my technique that I'm not open to what's coming. -- Rose McIver
  • I think you have to be crazy not to want to work on the Joker! I can't think of many characters, heroes or villains, that are as malleable as him. He really can be interpreted in so many different ways, and generally, people don't really want to scratch the surface because you can get into some really dark territory real fast. -- Lee Bermejo
  • Nature is malleable and nature learns. -- David Wolfe
  • Rock is much more malleable than ideas. -- Kim Stanley Robinson
  • Life is malleable and the hammer is desire. -- Anya Seton
  • The form is so malleable and can do so many things. -- Jess Walter
  • We are just another primate but a very confused, malleable one. -- Robert M. Sapolsky
  • Our world's future is far more malleable and controllable than most people realize. -- Jay Samit
  • Human nature is almost unbelievably malleable, responding accurately and contrastingly to contrasting cultural conditions. -- Margaret Mead
  • When you trust your director completely, then you can relax, be spontaneous, be malleable. -- Bo Derek
  • Don't be too precious or attached to anything you write. Let things be malleable. -- Tina Fey
  • One has to arrive at a specific temperature, at which the objects become malleable. -- Georges Braque
  • We all have memories that are malleable and susceptible to being contaminated or supplemented in some way. -- Elizabeth Loftus
  • Kids' hearts are malleable, but once they gel it's hard to get them back the way they were. -- Haruki Murakami
  • Yet I have come to believe that while the past is unchangeable, our perceptions of is are malleable... -- Nicholas Sparks
  • History needs distance, perspective. Facts and events which are too well attested cease, in some sort, to be malleable. -- Joseph Joubert
  • The young are so much more vulnerable than the old - the stuff is still warm and malleable, it takes impressions. -- Storm Jameson
  • There are no mistakes or accidents. The present is malleable. Influence the odds. Free will is your pen, write your life. -- Pharrell Williams
  • Meaning is malleable: take it out, you get nihilism and despair. Put it in, you get sacredness and something most special. -- Dean Ornish
  • Just take it easy and celebrate the malleable reality. You see, nothing is ever at is seems, yeah this life is but a dream. -- Jason Mraz
  • An actor who's a control freak, that doesn't work. We have to be malleable. We cannot come in and try to control or dominate. -- Nicole Kidman
  • With TV, you don't know, but you can build it as you go and bring some things to life. It's malleable, changeable and flexible. -- Marc Blucas
  • I love the opportunity to shoot digital because you can shoot so many takes, it's really malleable, it's a ton of fun, and it is easy. -- Brad Furman
  • There comes with old age a time when the heart is no longer fusible or malleable, and must retain the form in which it has cooled down. -- Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  • You can carry a photograph with you on a thumb drive, and you can make it bigger or smaller - it's a very malleable form of mass production. -- Mary Mattingly
  • And truth is malleable, something to be bent or stretched or made to disappear, but direct lies always find the path back to the one who tells them. -- Karen Abbott
  • In a world that daily disconnects further from truth, more and more people accept the virtual in place of the real, and all things virtual are also malleable. -- Dean Koontz
  • What is more malleable is always superior over that which is immovable. This is the principle of controlling things by going along with them, of mastery through adaptation. -- Jaimal Yogis
  • We can plan a roadtrip or a workday down to the last detail but the unexpected will always arise. If we are not malleable, we will get left behind. -- John Wooden
  • In a malleable world where everything from atoms to cells is changing to match our beliefs, we're limited only by the way we think of ourselves in that world. -- Gregg Braden
  • Our genetic heritage endows each of us with a series of emotional set-points that determines our temperament. But the brain circuitry involved is extraordinarily malleable; temperament is not destiny. -- Daniel Goleman
  • I'd say that the No. 1 attribute you need as an actor is to be malleable. You need to be able to change and tailor what you're doing to what the situation dictates. -- Jay Baruchel
  • You are imagining that there is something called human nature which will be outraged by what we do and will turn against us. But we create human nature. Men are infinitely malleable. -- George Orwell
  • Your body is malleable; you can sculpt it over time with daily habits of diet and exercise. The law of accommodation reminds us that the body may change slowly, but it will change. -- Dan Millman
  • Now that gigabytes of accessible, malleable information can be carried in one's pocket, we probably will start to see some widespread shifts and trends in how and where people interact with digital documents. -- Tom Peters
  • What I rediscovered was the therapeutic nature of singing lessons. They're like doing yoga but for [the] inside of your body. You open up and use muscles that you don't think of as malleable. -- Stephen Colbert
  • Softness triumphs over hardness, feebleness over strength. What is more malleable is always superior over that which is immoveable. This is the principle of controlling things by going along with them, of mastery through adaptation. -- Laozi