Quotes by Estonian authors
Your life is your canvas, and you are the masterpiece. There are a million ways to be kind, amazing, fabulous, creative, bold, and interesting.
I come from a very dysfunctional family, so I was comfortable in misery. So I would create more misery for myself because I didn't know anything else.
When I first started writing music, it was all really angry, angst-y lyrics. But then there was a point where I realized that people are clearly listening to what I have to say, so if I have the power to bring somebody up, why would I bring them down?
I have a figure, and there aren't many girls out there right now who have that.
Your evolutionary heuristics come back to the idea of a future roughly similar to what it is now. You give to the community as it is now, to benefit a similar community in the future.
In 2008, when Russia attacked Georgia, Western countries took it as an isolated incident, but probably this was the start of the push against our underlying international security architecture. And this push then started a landslide which in 2014 resulted in Crimean occupation.
Governments don't want to be the last ones in the digital sphere if their people and businesses are already there. We have to make clear that the free movement of services in the E.U. also applies in the digital sphere. The shortcut is to create a digital union.
Once everyone feels love within them, we can start spreading it and connecting to other people that are love-minded.
I know someone might look at a creative person's job and think it's pretty fun. It is. It's the best thing in the world, but it's also extremely challenging to carve out your own completely unique path and not following a default path that someone else has already paved.
I learned about this talent show on TV that was basically the Estonian version of 'American Idol.' So I lied about my age, went on the show, and won. I think my story is about working really hard and dreaming really big.
When you feel fulfilled, you feel happy - You feel love. When it comes to love, you always come first. If you don't love yourself, you can't truly love anyone else, either. I always tell myself to stay in love.
I grew up in a town - it was so small that I was like, 'There's absolutely no way that I'm going to stay here and live the kind of life that everybody else does.'
One should have strength and courage to follow their own truth, speak their own language, fulfill their own dreams.
I don't want to sound like I'm a special type of Russia hater. There are very few heads of state in Europe that would not like to have very good relations with Russia.
With that radio I was always swimming with the current political streams in the West. I was never stranded.
In Estonia, our greatest national treasure is our egalitarian educational system.
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