Quote by Alanis Morissette
I'm clearly most well known for my music. Eventually, ultimately, I'll be writing books. I'm still writing articles now. I just consider myself a writer.
In this quote, the speaker acknowledges their renown as a musician yet expresses their intent to venture into writing books. They indicate that they are currently engaged in article writing and identify themselves primarily as a writer. The quote reflects their ambition to expand their creative pursuits beyond music and embrace a broader spectrum of writing, highlighting their multifaceted artistic identity.
You know, many people have said that I'm on the edge and I'm maverick for some of the big operations that I've done. I'm not at all. I pray I ask God to give me wisdom, 'Should I do it?', guidance in terms of how to do it, who to consult with. All those kind of things are incredibly important.
Reverence is the highest quality of man's nature; and that individual, or nation, which has it slightly developed, is so far unfortunate. It is a strong spiritual instinct, and seeks to form channels for itself where none exists; thus Americans, in the dearth of other objects to worship, fall to worshiping themselves.