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24 Superb Brian Johnson Quotes

Brian Johnson is an English singer and songwriter best known for his work as the lead singer of the Australian rock band AC/DC. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003, here is a look at some of the best Brian Johnson quotes to remember.

“All the other stuff without love? Not worth a whole lot. Love starts with ourselves and needs to be approached like anything else we want to master-with a lot of diligent studying and practicing!”

“Follow Your Bliss. Not someone else’s idea of your bliss. Not what you think should be your bliss. Not what you think would impress the crowd or appease the family. Your BLISS. What truly gets you giddy.”

“Happiness isn’t some elusive treasure we chase after. It’s a state of being we need to PRACTICE.”

“I have my 1973 Citroen DS 23 Pallas. I drive it all the time. It’s still the most beautiful shape in the world.”

“I strongly believe that nothing is more spiritual than living at our highest potential while serving others. I believe that the more closely aligned we are to “spirit” the more fully we will give ourselves in service to the world. As such, my “spiritual path” is the path that leads me to a more complete manifestation of my unique Bodhisattvic duties.”

“I used to have the Range Rover LR3, which I loved very, very much.”

“If people have a passion for anything they tend to get quite good at it.”

“If we want happiness, I think we should follow classic Greek wisdom and live with areté. The word directly translates as ‘excellence’ or ‘virtue,’ but has a deeper meaning — something closer to ‘expressing the highest version of ourselves.’ When we’re showing up fully moment to moment, there’s no room for regret/anxiety/disillusionment, just a whole lot of happiness. Here’s to getting our areté on!”

“I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t, which gives me confidence.”

“Let the results be a by-product of you taking impeccable steps day-in and day-out.”

“Live at your highest potential-moment to moment to moment… When do we feel most alive? When we’re being ourselves-our highest selves.”

“Live. Love. Smile. Hug. Laugh. Dream. Do. Create. Have fun. Be intense. Be audacious. Be unreasonable. Act impeccably. Breathe. Be you. Be different.”

“My willingness to explore and work freely is not without risk, and at times, I find myself caught in a bind… Knowing I can fix whatever goes wrong allows me to paint, not without thought, but without hesitation.”

“Painting is so much more than the materials.”

“People are famous for being famous and for nothing else. And good luck to them, because it lasts about a year and then they’re nothing again.”

“Perhaps the most important ingredient in my work… is my brain – particularly the right brain… the free spontaneous side, and the left brain, which is careful and methodical.”

“Quit putting yourself in a little box by trying to live consistently with your past and explaining every little action you take. BE YOU. Fully. In this moment. Independent of what others may or may not ‘expect’ from you.”

“Self actualization is the oxygen for the soul.”

“The main thing (about the organization) is to enjoy motorcycles, ..and have a good relationship with the community.”

“The only people I have ever seen paint successfully, consistently, with great authority, unselfconsciously and without fear of failing were about four years old.”

“They’d say, ‘If you play the record backwards, you can hear evil things like ‘grrrr!’’ and I would think, ‘Geez, I didn’t know the devil sounded like that. I thought he was coherent like the rest of us.’”
“We see this as a test of their ability to face reality.”

“When I was in school, I used to look out the window and see the big red double-deck buses driving by. It just looked so free.”

“Where I lived, it was a cold mining place, a village called Dunston. The only time you saw a Rolls-Royce was when somebody died.”

Brian Johnson has recently been faced with challenges as his hearing loss has worsened causing him to be removed from the group AC/DC. Here is a look at the newest reports.

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