We have collected the best Epiphany Quotes by famous authors including Alethea Kontis, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, Diane Paulus, Patty Jenkins, Shannon Sharpe and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
Have you ever had that moment when you looked back on something and said, ‘Well, gosh, that seems obvious now… why didn’t I see it then?’ I like to call this the Face Palm Epiphany. Oh, hindsight, you magical, humbling thing.
In literature there was always an epiphany – a tingling moment, sometimes buried – the pearl around which the whole work formed.
I had this epiphany that I like the interaction with people. I wanted to make things happen at a grassroots level.
I had an interesting moment with ‘Wonder Woman’ where, when I first thought about doing ‘Wonder Woman 2,’ I thought, ‘Well, these are so intense, making these movies. It’s a lot to think about doing more.’ But then I had an epiphany, and I thought, ‘Oh, it’s not more – it’s better.’
Colin Kaepernick had a… maybe he had an epiphany. Maybe he had a realization that ‘I have a higher calling the playing quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers.’
A great epiphany: I found out that I’m totally confused and I’m good with that. I’m consistently inconsistent. I’m all of the above. I’m OK. I’m a work in progress. That’s my next tattoo somewhere.
It seemed like I woke up one morning and had an epiphany. I thought, ‘I cannot do this. I do not want to get married. And I’m not going to law school – it just doesn’t excite me. I’m not wasting anybody’s money. I’m going to move to New York.’
I had a little epiphany when I was a writer at ‘Chicago’ magazine. I sat down to dinner at the Ritz-Carlton. Somebody poured a white dessert wine with chocolate cake. It was a wine I would never have expected to make sense. The idea of any wine tasting fabulous with chocolate cake was fascinating to me.
I usually don’t talk for three days after a defeat. Then you have an epiphany and realise it’s just a game.
Alun Wyn Jones
There’s a deli around the corner from my office where I’d get a bag of chips with my sandwich, and I was hiding them under my sandwich because I was embarrassed. When I had this epiphany that I was hiding the potato chips from myself, I realized there was an opportunity there.
If you are ever on stage, and it feels as though the audience is not laughing at the right points or are not quite as engaged as you’d hope, you have to remember there is always somebody who might be falling in love with this world and having an epiphany. I was that person.
I, made in England, felt excluded, miffed, resistant to the idea of even visiting India, a position of increasing absurdity as, one by one, backpacking friends returned from the place with the standard anecdotal combo of nirvanic epiphany and toilet horror.
What I don’t like is when I see stuff that I know has had a lot of improv done or is playing around where there’s no purpose to the scene other than to just be funny. What you don’t want is funny scene, funny scene, funny scene, and now here’s the epiphany scene and then the movie’s over.
I was doing chemistry in Research Triangle Park in North Carolina. It was the first time I’d lived alone, and I had an epiphany while I was spending a lot of time watching TV and decided I wanted try acting.
I remember where I was when I heard Yngwie Malmsteen for the first time. It was such an epiphany for me, and it really shaped the way I play today. I think I heard him in ’83, if I’m not mistaken – I was 13 years old – and it really was amazing for me.
The epiphany for me was that I wasn’t a writer, and I had to do something with these texts. I put them in the streets as posters.
The music began, and it was one of those life-changing moments. I saw an artist, Janis Joplin. She was exhilarating. She was vibrating. And she was like no other artist that I had ever seen before… It struck me that hard. Maybe the word is epiphany, when you get that special sensation.
I was a fan of T-Pain’s music growing up. I bought ‘Epiphany’ and ‘Rappa Ternt Sanga.’
I always liked those moments of epiphany, when you have the next destination.
Well, a sort of epiphany: I was in a great band. And it’s very cool to be at 53 and realise that when you were a kid you were in a great band.
Understanding listening is an epiphany moment for every improviser. At least for me it was.
My junior year, I went to an LSAT-prep course. I flipped over my test and thought, ‘You bastards.’ I walked out and went to Waffle House. That’s where I had what I call ‘The Waffle House Epiphany’: I didn’t want to be a lawyer. I wanted to make a dent in the universe.