We are all capable of infinitely more than we believe. We are stronger and more resourceful than we know, and we can endure much more than we think we can.
In truth, the only restrictions on our capacity to astonish ourselves and each other are imposed by our own minds.
I believe that fear of life brings a greater fear of death.
I have not had time to reflect on my own truths in many years.
I just believe that the feeling of wonder is amazing. I am pushing myself as far as I can humanly push myself ... I can only hope for the best and expect the worse.
I think pain is easiest to avoid by filling the days with distractions - I wish to remove everything to search for a truth.
Basically, it's something that's been done in the circuses, based on the old high-wire acts, ... It's like family entertainment, this one.
I'm not worried about the first three weeks, I'm worried about the second half of this when I start to lose my mind and everything gets really bad
throw an egg at him.
I do a lot of research on what people have done in the past.
Magic's an art where you use slight of hand or illusion to create wonder. And I was just intrigued with that idea.
My old man taught me to approach everything like it was the first time I'd tried it, that way I wouldn't know what was impossible. Dope quote, dad.
It was just like a digital fixation with cards and math and science and then I started to look at images of great magicians from Houdini down the line.
My mother encouraged it so much. She was so supportive. Even if as a kid, I would do the dumbest trick, which now that I look back on some things, she would love it, she would say that's amazing, or if I'd make the ugliest drawing, she would hang it up. She was amazing.
I'd like to bring magic back to the place it used to be 100 years ago.