Life is not about dwelling on the bad.
— Lara Logan
Seeing death is not as difficult as you might think. What's harder is to see people suffer. It's the people the dead left behind that get to you.
I'm always gonna be crazy about dishes in the sink. Crazy! Because it's a sign of disrespect. It says that you think someone else is going to clean up after you: that you're not prepared to do it yourself.
My children are my life. They're so spectacular.
If you care about injustice, and if you care about freedom, and you care about human rights, then you care about them everywhere.
I'm high maintenance, but I'm worth it.
There's something called latent PTSD. It manifests itself in different ways. I want to be free of it, but I'm not.
After I was assaulted in Egypt, I learned fear. I've just never been so scared in my life. I've never been so close to death.