Give And Take Quotes by Virgil Abloh, Criss Jami, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Jabra Ibrahim Jabra, Frederick Lenz, Tony Abbott and many others.
The whole point of collaboration is that you give and take from each other, and that’s how you create things that are totally new.
We are to give (and take) true love without falling into the narcissistic habit of only trying to take it in.
The creative act lasts but a brief moment, a lightning instant of give-and-take, just long enough for you to level the camera and to trap the fleeting prey in your little box.
They [Arabs] wanted to catch up with the modern world. The West appreciated that, but was more interested in colonies, markets, and spheres of influence. Such is the way in which historical forces operate: the give and take between nations, as betweenВ cultures, is noВ simple exchange
The rhythm of life is give and take. It is necessary to put things back into the system. To not do that is to foul your own nest – to use up all the natural resources greedily.
I think there does need to be give and take on both sides, and this idea that sex is kind of a womanвЂ™s right to absolutely withhold, just as the idea that sex is a manвЂ™s right to demand I think they are both they both need to be moderated, so to speak.
I love scenes that are just emotional give and take. By the same token action sequences are great to do. They have their own unique demands and requirements. So I take it as it comes and hopefully you can get a good balance of all of that stuff.
The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
That’s the beauty about love. It’s not about give-and-take – it’s about feeling safe in one’s needs – wanting to be looked after as much as wanting to look after.
Integration is a give and take.
A Kiss concert experience is like sex or anything else that’s done with more that one person. It’s the give and take that makes it so great. When the audience takes it to the next level, we can kick it up another notch.
I like to define networking as cultivating mutually beneficial, give-and-take, win-win relationships… The end result may be to develop a large and diverse group of people who will gladly and continually refer a lot of business to us, while we do the same for them.
We all have some version of a fantasy that’s easy to escape to, and we all want a real relationship where there’s a common give-and-take and you’re seen for who you are, and appreciated for that.
If two actors have an equal creative give and take between them, it translates beautifully on the screen.
To her who gives and takes back all, to nature, the man who is instructed and modest says, Give what thou wilt; take back what thou wilt. And he says this not proudly, but obediently and well pleased with her.
In the English character, the “give and take” policy, the business principle of the trader, is principally inherent.
Marriage is give and take. You’d better give it to her or she’ll take it anyway.