Satisfying Related Quotes



“It is very satisfying. It shows what we have as a team. Whenever you can go on the court and play three overtimes with no one giving up, it shows what we can do on the court.”

Stephon Marbury


It was so satisfying for me - a great reward, just to see it done well. And it was beautifully directed by my daughter Susan Riskin. Imagine, a play about my mother directed by my daughter?!

Fay Wray


I go to the House of Lords in the afternoon and try to walk halfway. I may be thinking about what I'm going to write. It's much more satisfying than sitting in a chair.

Ruth Rendell


“The general picture in the euro zone is satisfying, but risks are more evident than what we saw in December. The relatively high level of the PMI is exclusively due to confidence in Germany and that confidence depends on exports.”

Adolf Rosenstock


I saw that my camera gave me a sense of connection with others that I never had before. It allowed me to enter lives, satisfying a curiosity that was always there but that was never explored before.

Mary Ellen Mark


In our daily life, we encounter people we are angry, deceitful, intent only on satisfying ere is so their own needs. There is so much anger, distrust, greed, and pettiness that we are losing our capacity to work well together.

Margaret J. Wheatley


Sex ought to be a wholly satisfying link between two affectionate people from which they emerge unanxious, rewarded, and ready for more.

Alex Comfort


Big stuff and little: learning how to order breakfast in a country where I don't speak the language and haven't been before - that's really satisfying to me. I like that.

Anthony Bourdain


This has been my most satisfying, my most gratifying, my most content year, and to culminate this way is perfection. (on the Los Angeles Galaxy's 2005 season)

Cobi Jones


From 1973 to 1982 I ate the exact same lunch everyday . Turkey chili in a bowl made out of bread . Bread bowl George. First you eat the chili then you eat the bowl . There's nothing more satisfying than looking down after lunch and seeing nothing but a table.

George Steinbrenner