Along For The Ride Quotes by Mira Grant, James Lee Burke, Patrick Stump, Sarah Dessen, Jonah Berger, Ned Overend and many others.
She told the truth as she saw it, and she died for it. I came along for the ride, and I lived. It wasn’t worth it. But it was the truth, and it was what had to happen.
It has been my experience that most human stories are circular rather than linear. Regardless of the path we choose, we somehow end up where we commenced – in part, I suspect, because the child who lives in us goes along for the ride.
When you make art, you get really invested in it. When art happens by accident and you were just along for the ride? It’s way more fun.
Life is full of screwups. You’re supposed to fail sometimes. It’s a required part of the human existance.
People don’t think in terms of information. They think in terms of narratives. But while people focus on the story itself, information comes along for the ride.
When you’re turning the crankset, you’re riding the bike. When you’re coasting, you’re just along for the ride.
An ending was an ending. No matter how many pages of sentences and paragraphs of great stories led up to it, it would always have the last word.
If you get labeled a winner, people come along for the ride. Might as well enjoy it and they should too.
I think the first time I realized I was actually acting was during Felicity. Before that, I was just going along for the ride.
Maybe the best thing would be to forget being right or wrong about people and just go along for the ride. But if you can do that — well, lucky you.
Relationships dont always make sense. Especially from the outside
Science fiction is a way that I can go into the abstract, go into the imagination, and audiences are still willing to go along for the ride.
It is much more fun to write about villains then heroes. The villains are the ones that think out the scheme, and the heroes just kind of come along for the ride.
We are our brains. My brain is talking to your brain; our bodies are hanging along for the ride.
The ‘coming of the Self’ is an apocalypse for the ego, the ‘you’ that wants to hang along for the ride. It may be that the only way to survive the Apocalypse is to undergo it, first, within your own being.
I have the most devoted and loyal following. I could probably type up my grocery list and they’d all want to read it. I love that they’re willing to let me go wherever I need to go as an author, and they’re happy to come along for the ride as the reader.
I glanced up to see Liz and smiled. “Thank you.” “I just went along for the ride. After that happened-” She waved at Derek. “You know how blind people need Seeing Eye dogs? Well, apparently werewolves could really use Opening Door poltergeists.