some new ones I found

"[...] and I spoke about the nature of being an artist in the sense that you never truly feel like you've made it, and that's a really good thing to not feel that way. it kind of always keeps you wondering what you're going to be doing next year. i think there's a lot of artists out there that are always saying 'i don't know if i get to do this next year'. and i think that's actually if you try to look at that as a very positive thing, it can be a very liberating, a very freeing way to make your art. you just try to do the best and the craziest thing you can do right now, because you don't know if you get the chance to do it again." - Gerard. [x]

"make your life your art. that doesn't have to mean you're an artist to do it, you can be a veterinarian or anything, you can be a car mechanic, whatever it is that you love doing, make it your art." - Gerard Way

“I know what it’s like to be young and have dreams… I’ve had my heart broken and cursed the heavens when things didn’t go my way… but I also know what it’s like to be lucky enough to have those same hopes and dreams fulfilled. I wouldn’t be the person I am today without the good and the bad and I am thankful for every second of it." — Frank Iero.

"You do your thing and hope that the people that you’re reaching kinda live by your example. All you can really do is be yourself and try and use your spare time in a way that kinda helps, like visiting children’s hospitals. You know, just going out helping people, having respect for your fellow men and not forgetting… everything is so overrun by hate and kids these days they’re just so bombarded with death and destruction and war… and that’s why kids are growing up so quickly. And that sucks! People don’t care anymore. They don’t learn morals and values" - Frank Iero.

“Everytime somebody ever told you that you weren’t gonna amount to anything, you know, that’s your time to shine… you know, you can show everybody and prove to yourself what you’re doing is real and that it counts and that it makes a difference.

 Frank Iero


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