Talk:Masiela Lusha

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This page still needs much work on citations, formatting and chronological arrangement — some of the provided links seem valid links to sources, according to google searches which reveal the presented text was once present upon them, but the quotes are no longer apparent, at least on the immediately visible pages of the official forums cited. I might spend a little more time on this later today, but I don't plan to do much at present. ~ Kalki (talk · contributions) 15:03, 7 September 2010 (UTC)

If no further reliable sourcing occurs on this page within the next day or so, and organization along standard chronological configurations, I will remove the insufficiently sourced quotes to this page, and perhaps search for at least a few reliably sourced quotes to replace them. ~ Kalki (talk · contributions) 14:05, 10 September 2010 (UTC)

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These should be provided with ACTUAL sources before being moved back into the article— not merely irrelevant links to pages where they do NOT appear.
  • The moment we feel we have learned everything this world has to offer is the moment we relinquish all true self respect and purpose in life.
  • Many countries had a hand in raising me. I am the product of many contradicting philosophies and cultures.
  • Growing up, I was an unassuming, soft-spoken, skinny little girl with absolutely no tincture of rebellion in my make-up.
  • There is a condensed softness about the Albanian people, a tenderness and inherent compassion. I find that even Albanian traditions rest on a foundation of decency, obedience and loyalty.
  • The beauty in acting and writing is that they complement one another seamlessly. I love people, I adore their intricate behavior in society, their emotions, their instinct, their fire, their vulnerability. I am enthralled by what is not said, by the dichotomy of their emotions. As an actress and as a writer, I've been offered the privilege to study people till my heart's content.
  • Aside from my own work, I find writers to be divine. To transport intelligence from one character to another is like having a grasp on every corner of humanity. To be a conduit. Writers in my eyes are demigods.
  • Some mothers sing lullabies to their young children, my mother read me poetry; so I associate my strongest and most insistent feelings with words lyrically organized on a page.
  • The core reason I had written books is to offer children a tool in accomplishing their own dreams. I would like to show them what is possible in this world, and what happiness is available to them if they have the courage to look.
  • I write to escape, to confront and to tame.
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I would like to witness from women in the film industry what I have had the privilege of sensing for a decade now: strength, conviction, and unapologetic sensitivity for the healing of souls.
  • Carmen Lopez possessed a wisdom, a naïveté, and an idealism all glued together by passion of the rawest form. Carmen taught me more about boys and rebellion than most of my friends. I often envied her brash, passionate ways. As Masiela, I enjoyed feeling sheltered, compared to Carmen who yearned to escape the confines of a family who couldn't understand her.
  • The beauty in acting and writing is that they complement one another seamlessly. I love people, I adore their intricate behavior in society, their emotions, their instinct, their fire, their vulnerability. I am enthralled by what is not said, by the dichotomy of their emotions. As an actress and as a writer, I've been offered the privilege to study people till my heart's content.
  • As actors, we dig so deep into our senses; our country's borders and cultures blur into one story of emotion, and we perform above the complexities of language and formality.
  • I love people. I adore ever fiber of their character and contradictions.
  • I never understood the assumption that actors are performers. I am a strong believer that true talent swells from inside one's very being. To be a performer is to parade behind a mask, and yet it seems to contradict every tribute to an honest actor, an actor who is transparent and vulnerable.
  • In "Muertas," I learned about my mother. Araceli's carnal hunger for a better life was something I recognized from listening to my mother's stories of fleeing a communist country for America. In a sense, I was portraying her, right down to her facial expressions. This film was my tribute to my mother's integrity and strength.
  • Hearing stories on how certain episodes changed someone's views, or offered condolence made me realize how truly noble the acting profession can be, how truly and utterly selfless.
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