Yeah definitely, I have to be brave. There are some bad tackles that we don't like. But it's not my job to look at that, it's the referee's job, he has to see what is going on. All I try to do is keep going.
It is easy to be brave from a safe distance.
Be brave enough to live life creatively. The creative place where no one else has ever been.
It took me a long time to learn how to be brave enough to put myself out there and try everything, no matter how strange or silly. If I can impart that same wisdom to other folks - no matter what age - it would be an honor.
I love escaping into character. It's a chance to try on people that you wouldn't be brave or stupid enough to be in real life.
I do sometimes play characters that are a bit ambiguous. You've got to be brave about that sort of stuff. I like the sense of people not feeling too secure, not immediately knowing what they have in front of them.
I need to put myself out in the world and be brave and be uncomfortable. When I do, it means I can enjoy life so much more.
Dream, struggle, create, prevail. Be daring. Be brave. Be loving. Be compassionate. Be strong. Be brilliant. Be beautiful.
Electric communication will never be a substitute for the face of someone who with their soul encourages another person to be brave and true.
I have no desire to get on a soapbox or be preachy. I don't think comedy needs to be 'brave' or 'important.'