A considerable share of the world's population still cannot afford comfortable housing, education and quality health care.
I once said the Queen of England could use some fashion advice.
So we know that it's not enough for us to simply encourage more people to study abroad. We also need to make sure that they can actually afford it.
God's advice trumps Oprah's every time.
A child cannot be taught by anyone who despises him, and a child cannot afford to be fooled.
I got good advice once. Someone said to me: 'Live in your money rather than look at it.'
We can't afford to go down the dead end roads of Parliamentary Socialism or Fascistic Bolshevism.
If commercialization is putting my art on a shirt so that a kid who can't afford a $30,000 painting can buy one, then I'm all for it.
So my advice is to always choose something simpler - an expressive outfit, plus a hat, can be frightening.
Learn to invest in the best quality you can afford and wear pieces in different ways.
Whether you're replacing one appliance that's seen better days, or many because you're moving or renovating, you probably know to look for the Energy Star label. That's good advice.
Very few people can afford to be poor.
'Never Have Your Dog Stuffed' is really advice to myself, a reminder to myself not to avoid change or uncertainty, but to go with it, to surf into change.
What Englishman will give his mind to politics as long as he can afford to keep a motor car?
Anyone who reads advice books about romance has one problem to begin with: bad taste in literature.
I feel there's a power in theatre, but it's an indirect power. It's like the relationship of the sleeper to the unconscious. You discover things you can't afford to countenance in waking life. You can forget them, remember them a day later or not have any idea what they are about.
I remember talking with Arcade Fire after their first record, when they were getting all kinds of offers from major labels, and I don't think I gave them any advice. They survived that whole onslaught pretty well anyway without me.
I had been terrified of Halloween my entire adult life. Loved it as a kid, but the minute I got out of college, there were little kids at my door demanding candy, which, No. 1, I couldn't afford, and, No. 2, if I had candy, it would be mine.
My theory was that good furniture could be priced so that the man with the flat wallet would be attracted to it, would make a place for it in his spending, and could afford it.
My advice to the next quarterback that misses an entire year is to understand there is a little difference going out on the road again. You miss that. When you're hurt, you do not feel like you are part of it.