Top 45 Freer Quotes

We have collected the best Freer Quotes by famous authors including Robin Hayes, Linda Thompson, Alex Turner, Joan Allen, Rod Lurie and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.

So, yes, we do celebrate America today because the majo
So, yes, we do celebrate America today because the majority will stand up and empower the American people to live that American Dream and to be part of making a better, freer, and safer world.

Robin Hayes
Caitlyn seems so much happier and freer in her feminine self.

Linda Thompson
I think New York is a good place to write in general because it’s a grid. It’s organized. You know where you are on the map. That centers you, and your imagination is perhaps freer to roam.

Alex Turner
How do we escape who we are? I think, going to college, I felt freer. I loved the clean slate. I wasn’t known as the sort of nerdy, studious girl. I met gay people for the first time in my life. I needed that expansion from a very conservative little town.

Joan Allen
The freer a society becomes, the freer its arts can flourish and be exported.

Rod Lurie
At this point, because we have stayed the same course for so many years, I feel like we are freer to make choices that are motivated by what feels right creatively at a given point in time.

Mike McCready
A kindness received should be returned with a freer hand.

Saint Ambrose
Popular struggles to bring about a freer and more just society have been resisted by violence and repression, and massive efforts to control opinion and attitudes. Over time, however, they have met with considerable success, even though there is a long way to go, and there is often regression.

Noam Chomsky
In the first two episodes, before she becomes Queen, I could be a lot freer with my emotions, but as the series goes on, she develops an armour in order to cope with her circumstances. She has to be a sphinx, which must be so hard. Imagine never being able to shout, ‘Shut up,’ or cry, even in front of your own family.

Claire Foy
Bigger-budgeted films have more restrictions and less freedom to create. Because of this, I try to find freedom in the people I work with. I often work in ways I don’t want to. It’s more about controlling the situation. Lower-budget films are freer.

Takashi Miike
You do not start by working on society; you start by yourself to be a freer person and a more independent person.

Yasmine Hamdan
I think the employer should be much freer to make decisions on who she or he employs.

Nigel Farage
I come from a much freer kind of performance thing, where I rely on my own improv and my own sense of humor.

Chevy Chase
You see, Hinduism is not confined to the strictness of the desert, but belongs to the universe. Judaism, Christianity and Islam become limited by desert boundaries, but Hinduism is much freer – there are no set rules.

Saeed Jaffrey
There was no freer soul in the world than me at age nine.

Miriam Toews
Nothing makes an actor feel freer and more inventive and more creative than being trusted.

Kevin Kline
There’s a lot of pressure to make products better. I don’t feel freer.

Joy Mangano
For many years I have advocated ‘redesigning Parliament’ in a variety of ways – elect the Senate, do away with the ‘confidence convention,’ permit freer voting, strengthen the role of back benchers and committees, do away with ineffectual ‘take note’ debates, restructure question period, and so on.

Preston Manning
I have a much wider, freer view about spirituality. I feel that people need to pursue it on their own, personally. You know, let it be theirs – a personal relationship with their soul, or their God, or with their church.

Peter Jurasik
It was only with the rise of capitalism and the need for workers to be freer, more mobile, and prosperous, that societies were able to undermine pagan morality and the ancient institution of slavery.

Michael Shellenberger
The less I have, the freer I am to do whatever I want to do.

Lauryn Hill
It feels a lot freer doing a comedy.

Sophie Rundle
The UK desperately needs less government and freer markets.

Rupert Murdoch
I tend to be freer on the piano. I never took guitar lessons, so my reach exceeds my grasp – what I hear in my head I don’t always know how to play. But I love to play over something else. I’m not a self-starter. I get kind of bored with the same three folk chords that I know.

Bonnie Raitt
Even the Impressionists, the most innovative artists of their time, sought to paint realistically. They believed that their freer way of portraying the visible world was truer to life than the literal realism of the ‘salon painters’ who dominated French art throughout the 19th century.

Terry Teachout
I feel much freer now that I am certain the pope is the Antichrist.

Martin Luther
Forty-two years ago, I came to America from communist Cuba so I might have a better way of life, a freer way of life – a more democratic way of life. I wanted to live the American Dream where if you worked hard and put your mind to the task, anything was possible.

Mel Martinez
Hip-hop is the people. What the people are moving toward is what hip-hop is. I think people are moving toward a freer way of thinking. Openness.

Erykah Badu
The best working experiences I’ve had are with directors who want to create with you while you’re on set. I prefer a much freer environment. That’s why I’m always trying to mess things up, just to know that I can!

Julia Stiles
So in the sense that we were all dealing with that freer approach, yes, it was certainly one of the first contacts, perhaps the first contact, when Peter came that summer. So it’s a very pivotal moment that is documented there.

Evan Parker
The world is undoubtedly a safer, freer place because Thatcher – like Reagan – refused to back down when it came to defending freedom.

Bob Barr
To have a romance, you have to have time. I’m a justice. I’ve written a book. The guy’s gonna have to wait until I’m a little bit freer.

Sonia Sotomayor
The freer that women become, the freer men will be. Because when you enslave someone, you are enslaved.

Louise Berliawsky Nevelson
Please know that being 80 is not a scary thing. When you’re 80, your life is much freer.

Yoko Ono
After I became a citizen, I felt freer to say what I thought about this country, both negative and positive. I think I had been, consciously and subconsciously, biting my tongue in the past.

Robert MacNeil
Only liberals know how to make you freer on the job, which is where most of us suffer the gravest indignities in our lives.

Rick Perlstein
There’s something about singing that I just love. It makes me feel freer than anything in the world.

Mandy Patinkin
Though my poems are about evenly split between traditionally formal work that uses rhyme and meter and classical structure, and work that is freer, I feel that the music of language remains at the core of it all. Sound, rhythm, repetition, compression – these elements of my poetry are also elements of my prose.

Floyd Skloot
I think that, as you get older, you want to be freer rather than more bound.

Tony Harrison
If I had children, I would be very selfish. I wouldn’t be out doing things. But by not having kids, it makes me freer to travel the world and talk about things I feel are important.

Linda Blair
Playing live is really the art form. You’re a lot freer, a lot looser. You’ve got people there that can give you feedback, and then you can play off of that. There’s so much more energy.

Butch Trucks
How can we have ‘freer’ free trade? Let’s get real, for God’s sake.

Anna Soubry
The capacity to make free choices is not something we either have entirely or not at all. Rather, choices become freer the more they are the result of our own capacity to reflect on and assess facts and arguments.

Julian Baggini
The Bill of Rights isn’t some legalistic fine print. It was written to make our lives freer, more prosperous, and happier. By forsaking it, America has become no better than any other country in the world.

Harry Browne
I travel all the time, but when I come back to the South, I see such progress. In a real sense, a great deal of the South has been redeemed. People feel freer, more complete, more whole, because of what happened in the movement.

John Lewis