Top 45+ Matthew Fox Quotes

I have compiled a list of Matthew Fox Quotes in this article that will motivate and inspire you.

Fox, Matthew is an American television and film actor who gained prominence as ‘Charlie Salinger’ in the teen and family drama series ‘Party of Five.’ The show ran for six seasons before being honored with the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Drama. His other prominent role was on the TV series ‘Lost.’

Matthew Fox has won several accolades for his portrayal of Jack Shephard in the series, including a Golden Globe and an Emmy nomination. He said after “Lost” that he would retire from television acting and focus instead on his film career. His film credits include We Are Marshall, Vantage Point, Alex Cross, and Emperor.

He was last seen in the critically acclaimed cannibal western film “Bone Tomahawk” in 2015. After a six-year absence, he will star in a limited series called “Last Light,” which will premiere on Peacock.

Fox married his long-time lover, Margherita Ronchi, an Italian native, in 1992. The couple first met when Fox was a student at Columbia. Kyle and Byron were born to the pair later in life.

Matthew Fox also works as a photographer. “The Art of Matthew Fox,” which is included in the Complete First Series of Lost Bonus CD, contains photographs he took of the cast and crew while filming.

Matthew Fox Quotes
NameMatthew Chandler Fox
Born14 July 1966 (age 56 years)
Place of BirthAbington Township, Pennsylvania, United States
EducationColumbia University, B.A. (economics), 1989; studied acting at Atlantic Theater Company, New York, NY, and The School for Film and Television, New York, NY
Occupation Actor

Contemplation regards the simple act of gazing on truth.

The letting go of patriarchy which creates one-sided citizens of women and men alike and culminates in violent living and violent relationships.

As Rabbi Heschel teaches, humanity will be saved not by more information, but by more appreciation.

Only art as meditation reminds people so that they will never forget that the most beautiful thing a potter produces is…the potter.

Starr recognizes the importance of Julian’s message reaching the entire world.

Rumi speaks often of the power of silence to take us to what we are looking for.

life is short,”42 and we should drink deeply of its goodness while we can.

God loves all that he has created. And so anyone who, in loving God, loves all his fellow-creatures loves all that is.

All are called to be prophets, which is to interfere with injustice.

Fourteen billion years of evolution and unfolding of the universe bespeak the intimate sacredness of all that is.

Awe is the beginning of wisdom. Awe is the beginning of education.

We must work on our souls, enlarging and expanding them.

A global awakening can only happen from a spiritual awakening that is of global dimensions.

Facing the darkness, admitting the pain, allowing the pain to be pain, is never easy.

If we fail to let pain be pain – and our entire patriarchal culture refuses to let this happen – then pain will haunt us in nightmarish ways.

We will become pain’s victims instead of the healers we might become.

When our inner self connects to our work and our work to our inner self, the work knows no limit, for the inner self knows no limit.

Prayer is essentially about making the heart strong so that fear cannot penetrate there.

What is of the most moment of compassion is not feelings of pity but feelings of togetherness.

Creativity comes from the Universe itself.

Humor and paradox are often the only ways to respond to life’s sorrow with grace.

Where the Divine and the Human Meet.

What happens to another, whether it be a joy or a sorrow, happens to me.

The doctrine of the Incarnation is itself an invitation to all believers to love the earth, cherish it, find the divine in it.

Men should not be sexing their women in the missionary position because they are facing away from the sky

Instead of looking down, men are to look up. To the vastness of Father Sky.

Human beings are midway between the size of a living cell and the size of Earth.

Who we thought we were dies when a beloved dies. And it takes a while for a new self to rise, often haltingly, from the ashes of our ravaged hearts.

One way to combat it was to force sailors to stay on ships for forty days after anchoring.

When our inner self connects to our work and our work to our inner self, the work knows no limit, for the inner self knows no limit.

The only way to learn compassion is through your heart; you have to back up and pass through your own pain.

Work should be in order to live. We don’t live in order to work. That shift in awareness is necessary.

A global awakening can only happen from a spiritual awakening that is of global dimensions.

Do not confuse beauty with beautiful. Beautiful is a human judgment. Beauty is All. The difference is everything.

To create is always to learn, to begin over, to begin at zero.

Humor and paradox are often the only ways to respond to life’s sorrow with grace.

If you look closely at a tree you’ll notice its knots and dead branches, just like our bodies. What we learn is that beauty and imperfection go together wonderfully.

To connect with the great river, we all need a path, but there’s only one river when you get down there.

The universe is in the habit of making beauty.

There is no end to the beauty for the person who is aware. Even the cracks between the sidewalk contain geometric patterns of amazing beauty.

Jesus’s time, the dominant social vision was centred.

Beauty saves. Beauty heals. Beauty motivates. Beauty unites.

Sustainability is another word for justice, for what is just is sustainable and what is unjust is not.

There are flowers and songs, snowflakes and smiles, acts of great courage, laughter between friends, a job well done, the smell of fresh-baked bread. Beauty is everywhere.

Soul is our appetite, driving us to eat from the banquet of life. People filled with the hunger of soul take food from every dish before them, whether it be sweet or bitter.

A lot of people want to see this idealized version of heroism, all pretty and perfect, and I’m not interested in playing the goody-goody hero at all.

I’m really enjoying the process of learning to fly. How it will fit into my life down the road – I’m looking forward to discovering that.

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Summary: Matthew Fox Quotes

The American actor Matthew Fox is best known for his role as Charlie Salinger in the teen drama series Party of Five. The show lasted for six seasons and earned a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Drama.

His second significant performance was in the television series ‘Lost,’ for which he received considerable praise and acclaim. His role as ‘Jack Shephard’ in the show garnered him several honors, including a nomination for a Golden Globe and an Emmy Award.

Following ‘Lost,’ he declared that he would no longer work in television and would instead focus on his film career. His first film role was in the 2009 film ‘Vantage Point.’ The action thriller centers on a terrorist attack on the President of the United States. Fox played the role of Kent Taylor, a Secret Service Agent who is tasked with protecting the President. The film was a commercial success, grossing over $160 million at the box office.