Quote by Martin Luther King Jr.
The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge.
This quote emphasizes that true character is not determined by how someone acts in easy and favorable situations, but rather in moments of difficulty or adversity. It suggests that the measure of a person's strength of character is revealed when they face challenges, setbacks, or hardships. It implies that it is during these tough times that an individual's true qualities, resilience, and values are tested, ultimately determining their worth and integrity as a person.
I'm getting a lot of stick because my character in 'Young Dracula' wanted to be vampire, so now that I am a vampire, everyone's like, 'You finally did it!' But it's cool and I loved doing 'Young Dracula.' That show's finished and I don't know why it ended, so it was brilliant to go into 'Being Human,' which is like the adult version of it.
Humanity does not ask to be happy.It merely asks us to be brilliant on its behalf. Survival first, and then happiness as we can manage it... Take what pleasure you can in the interstices of your work, , but your work is first, learning first, winning is everything because without it there is nothing.