Linda Thompson Best Quotes

Linda Diane Thompson (born May 23, 1950) is an Emmy Award-winning American songwriter/lyricist, and former actress and beauty pageant winner. She was married to Olympic decathlon champion Bruce Jenner. Enjoy Linda Thompson’s best quotes below.

Linda Thompson
“Our uniqueness, our individuality, and our life experience molds us into fascinating beings. I hope we can embrace that. I pray we may all challenge ourselves to delve into the deepest resources of our hearts to cultivate an atmosphere of understanding, acceptance, tolerance, and compassion. We are all in this life together.”
“Being transgender, like being gay, tall, short, white, black, male, or female, is another part of the human condition that makes each individual unique, and something over which we have no control. We are who we are in the deepest recesses of our minds, hearts and identities.”
“Just try to do the right thing, and that’s immediate karma: ‘I feel good about myself.’”
“As life has a way of unfolding as it is meant to, I have learned to trust life.”
“I have four chickens. I have four laying hens. And I have 50 fruit trees. I make apricot and plum jam every summer. I brought Memphis to Malibu.”
“I never felt more loved than when I was with Elvis.”
“Why did I break up with Elvis? It was difficult to watch his slow demise.”
“Elvis was sincere, and he was – he was so loyal. And he was so homespun. He loved his mother, he loved America. You know, he loved his fellow man. He had a great humanitarian philanthropic sense.”
“I have fabulous sons, but unfortunately, they both have that thrill-seeker gene – bigger, higher, faster, scarier. I have a deal with God. If I’m breathing, that’s a prayer for my sons’ safety.”
“People get a little sidelined thinking that fame and fortune is going to bring them happiness, peace and contentment in their lives. Everyone thinks they want to be famous until the paparazzi are in their face, and then they’re asking, ‘Just give me some privacy.’”
“We only do harm to ourselves when we harbor resentment and vitriol toward another. I do believe that everything is forgivable; some things are inexcusable but forgivable.”
“When Elvis came out on stage, it became electric. And the way people responded to him was such that, you know, I never saw that kind of response toward any other performer.”

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