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Styles Six through Nine
People who anticipate the world's
dangers. When healthy they are often courageous, loyal and effective
or cowardly, masochistic and paranoid.
Six is the most explicitly fearful style in the Enneagram. People with this orientation are especially aware of life's dangers and wary of the hazards that may lurk beneath everyday appearances.
There are two types of Sixes: phobic and counterphobic. Their reactions to being fearful are so different that outwardly they can appear to be different Enneagram styles. When phobic Sixes sense danger, they lie low. They may act cautious, compliant or ambivalent in order to avoid potential attack. When counterphobic Sixes sense danger, they often deliberately provoke it by acting outspoken and aggressive, wanting to handle trouble before it handles them. Phobic Sixes can be charming, modest and meek while counterphobics can seem tough, challenging and punchy. Some Sixes are absolutely phobic or counterphobic, but most exist along a continuum where they are more one than the other.
Healthy phobic Sixes are steady, loyal and idealistic. They are dutiful, but in a voluntary, dedicated way. They are usually committed to a group, tradition or cause beyond themselves. They fulfill their promises, work hard and are honorable, protective friends.
Healthy phobic Sixes are often gracious and diplomatic. They put people at ease and are well liked for their discretion and manners. Often they are very funny and have vivid imaginations. Healthy Sixes handle power with integrity and may be fair-minded leaders because they sympathize with underdogs. They can affirm their personal value but also want others in their chosen group to get recognition. Theyre not pushovers and they will take unpopular stands when necessary. Generally, however, healthy Sixes work towards solutions that benefit the group and allow everyone to win.
When less healthy, phobic Sixes can become more blindly
dutiful even as they assume less personal responsibility. They might
subtly shift their power onto an outside authority and begin to
romanticize those who seem surer of themselves. The Six strikes an
unconscious bargain with his hero, a bargain that says, I'll do what you
want me to do if you'll protect me from danger. The Six then hides under
an imaginary umbrella, pledging fealty to this outside force, growing
addicted to the security that this arrangement seems to offer. The
healthy Six capacity for deep loyalty is double-edged when less healthy,
Sixes are often loyal to the wrong person.
When they give away their power, phobic Sixes start to chronically worry and feel consciously helpless. To compensate, they become cautious and wary, trying to anticipate the motives of others. They may also try to check their own aggressive or powerful impulses, so that they don't deviate from the submissive role they have agreed to play. They could have trouble finishing what they start as they worry about who will criticize the finished product. They may seem friendly, but can be passive-aggressive or give off contradictory messages as their anger breaks through. Phobic Sixes can also be nervous, hesitant, skeptical, tense, indecisive and attached to victimhood.
When deeply unhealthy, phobic Sixes become addled with fear and openly dependent upon others. They might surrender their life to work, becoming an abject slave to a job or a boss. They could act like weak, powerless losers and yet demand coddling from friends, tyrannizing others with their helplessness, placing strict, narrow limits on what they will risk or try.
Very unhealthy phobic Sixes avoid challenges, chronically catastrophize, and may persecute others who deviate from norms. They can also be cowardly, legalistic, petty, intolerant, melodramatic and dogmatic.
When healthy, counterphobic Sixes are often courageous, willing to take a tiger by the tail and yank. They can be physically adventuresome, highly skilled and have a real gusto for living. If they participate in a tradition, it is usually in the role of constructive gadfly. Their underlying mission is to serve the tradition by stirring it up. They consider themselves team players who offer useful alternatives, using the old as a springboard to the new. To this end, they may be energetic, honest, assertive, and have many good ideas.
If a healthy counterphobic Six is not serving a tradition, he or she is often creative and original. The Sixes ability to look past appearances and to question assumptions leads them deeper into a unique point of view. Artistic expression is attractive as a core assertion of their power and as a way to resolve a general sense of alienation.
Less healthy counterphobic Sixes often have an edgy,
restless quality. Some channel their energies into physical activity;
they enjoy sports and tend to be more openly competitive than phobic
Sixes. Counterphobics tend to hide their insecurities with cool or tough
masks. The point of physical challenge is to expel fear by facing
danger. Instead of being passively afraid, they take risks, call up
fear, and then beat it. If phobic Sixes are addicted to security, then
counterphobic Sixes are addicted to insecurity.
Counterphobic Sixes are often defiant or rebellious towards authority and habitually find counterexamples to whatever others assert. Despite this attitude, counterphobics are often loyal, hard-driven workers and highly idealistic. They may feel more acutely that the world is unfairly biased against them; some Sixes have a ranting quality, especially when they talk about governments and power structures. Many counterphobics are wryly funny and good at satire. When insecure, however, their humor can bite and sting.
When deeply unhealthy, counterphobic Sixes can be
aggressive, unstable and senselessly contentious. To quell their inner
fears, they take action compulsively and are prone to making bad
decisions. They can also be fruitlessly hyperactive, as well as
paranoid, accusative, belligerent and vengeful. Some counterphobics
prize their hatreds and can be aggressively unlikable or even dangerous.
When inflamed they can adopt a vigilante-like mentality. Deeply
unhealthy counterphobics generally act much worse than the authorities
they accuse of abusing power.
PHOBIC: Actor Jason Alexander, Woody Allen, Kim Basinger, Albert Brooks, Actress Lynda Carter, Stockard Channing, Ellen DeGeneres, Teri Garr, Cartoonist Cathy Guisewite, Actor Ed Harris, Philosopher J. Krishnamurti, Jack Lemmon, Comedian Richard Lewis, Actress/director Penny Marshall, Marilyn Monroe, Mary Tyler Moore, Bob Newhart, Richard Nixon, Anthony Perkins, Director Sydney Pollack, Paul Reiser, Pat Robertson, Meg Ryan, Carly Simon, Suzanne Somers, Bruce Springsteen, Meg Tilly, Beach Boy Brian Wilson.
COUNTERPHOBIC: Ellen Barkin, Photographer Peter Beard, U.S. Politician Jerry Brown, George Bush, Sr., George Carlin, Actress Judy Davis, Sally Field, Carrie Fisher, Mel Gibson, Gene Hackman, Adolf Hitler, J. Edgar Hoover, Dustin Hoffman, Tommy Lee Jones, Wynona Judd, Director Spike Lee, David Letterman, Gordon Liddy, Charles Manson, Steve McQueen, Filmmaker Michael Moore, Paul Newman, Actress Lena Olin, Actress Rosie Perez, Richard Pryor, Robert Redford, U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno, Julia Roberts, Steven Seagal, Patrick Swayze, Ted Turner, Russian extremist Vladimir Zhirinovsky.
Quotes About Sixes
People who seek multiple choices and
positive futures. May be well-rounded, affirming and generous. When
unhealthy they can be narcissistic, escapist and insatiable.
Seven is the last style in the emotional trio that responds fearfully to life. Whereas Fives withdraw socially and Sixes become self-doubting or suspicious, Sevens manage their fears in a much different way. People with this style tend to suppress and escape their fears by willfully focusing on the positive and imagining plans, options and possibilities. Sevens are natural reframers in that they look on the bright side of things, make lemonade out of lemons, and keep happily active. The defensive point of this strategy is to avoid inner pain and be hard to hit as a moving target.
Healthy Sevens are well-rounded renaissance people who can be highly accomplished in many disparate realms of interest. Healthy people with this style are usually adventurous and multi-talented, with an authentic zest for living. Childlike but not childish, healthy Sevens are great receivers. Most have a stimulating, positive outlook and can enthusiastically appreciate life's gifts, even the little ones. Many possess an endearing blend of charm and curiosity; they can be creative, outgoing, generous to friends, and progressively interested in new horizons. Healthy Sevens are usually highly resilient and bounce back well from loss and calamity. They are also sensitive and loyal.
At their best, people with this style seek long-range fulfillment and deeper satisfactions. To this end, they are able to accept the realistic necessity for both pain and commitment in their lives. Accepting life's painful dimension gives a Seven more depth and consequently enhances their joy. Many Sevens report that being willing to make appropriate commitments gives their lives an overall structure within which they can still find variety.
When less healthy, people with this style are prone to escapism and try to avoid the pain in themselves and others. Sevens project their power onto outside forces that can confine, restrict, depress or judge them. Sevens are self-jailing in that they can surround themselves with people and circumstances that will pin them down or obligate them, mimicking what the Seven does to him or herself. After creating a jail of expectation and obligation, Sevens feel helpless, as though they have no choice. To compensate, they then hyperflex their capacity to choose.
Sevens control and sublimate their pain by indulging
their appetites. These can be for food, drugs, ideas, activity, people,
new experiences, etc. Unhealthy Sevens eat life but don't digest it.
They search out the new, trying to maintain a high by flavoring reality
with their imaginations and fantasies of what will be. They can be
dilettantish, impulsive, undisciplined, impersonal, glib, narcissistic
and acquisitive. Sevens may entertain many interests, but
indiscriminately; their knowledge is extensive but not deep, rather like
Many Sevens have problems with completion. They tend to
be strong on initiating action but weak on follow-through. Sevens are
usually not afraid to initiate a course of action or a project. Their
difficulty comes in the day-to-day implementation of long-term tasks and
enduring their boring stretches.
Some Sevens fear process. They have no well-developed sense of how to do things in a stepwise manner. The thought of putting one foot in front of another is not only boring, but also frightening.
Under stress, Sevens also adopt what are called as if frames, where they make up positive fantasies about the future and pretend these are present and real. Sevens sometimes avoid difficult situations this way, eliminating the need to struggle, risk failure or have their actions judged. Most unhealthy Sevens are afraid they are inadequate and unconsciously compare themselves with others.
When Sevens are deeply unhealthy, the line between reality and fantasy loosens drastically. They often grow obsessed with grandiose visions and inflate themselves narcissistically. Very unhealthy Sevens may completely refuse responsibility for their actions and resist all realistic constraints on their behavior. They can be wild, impatient, chaotic, delusional and eruptive.
Tendencies toward addictions and manic-depressive cycles
become grippingly strong. Since they can never permanently satisfy their
appetites, Sevens plunges headlong into hedonism, seeking more to
consume. Anyone who gets in the way of a manic Seven will be knocked
down; all promises to others are broken. When very unhealthy, Sevens
call legal forces down on themselves. The world has to restrain the
antisocial behavior born from the Seven's inner cravings.
Comedian Steve Allen, Tim Allen, Desi Arnaz, Richard Attenborough, Denise Austin, Richard Avedon, Covert Bailey, Honoré Balzac, Humorist Dave Barry, Jack Benny, Milton Berle, Chuck Berry, Poet Robert Bly, Sonny Bono, Comedienne Elayne Boosler, Musical comedian Victor Borge, Author Ray Bradbury, Terry Bradshaw, Kenneth Branagh, Richard Branson, Jimmy Buffett, Red Buttons, Michael Caine, Simon Callow, Mythologist Joseph Campbell, Pierre Cardin, King Juan Carlos of Spain,
Jim Carrey, James Carvelle, Sid Ceasar, Blaise Cendrars, Chevy Chase, Cher, Maurice Chevalier, Buffalo Bill Cody, Joan Collins, Director Francis Ford Coppola, Filmmaker Roger Corman, Dan Cortese, NBC's Katie Couric, Singer David Crosby, e.e. cummings, Tony Curtis, Roger Daltry, Philosopher Ram Dass, Dana Delaney, Gérard Depardieu, Diderot, QVC President Barry Diller, Mickey Dolenz, Hugh Downs, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Federico Fellini, Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson,
Physicist Richard Feynman, Eddie Fisher, Errol Flynn, Peter Fonda, Malcolm Forbes, Bob Fosse, Michael J. Fox, Author Robert Fulghum, David Frost, Clark Gable, Jerry Garcia, Ava Gardner, Carlos Casteneda's Don Genaro, John Gielgud, Dizzy Gillespie, Newt Gingrich, Jackie Gleason, Goethe, Ruth Gordon, Cary Grant, Andre Gregory, George Hamilton,
Tom Hanks, Richard Harris, Phil Hartman, Goldie
Hawn, Marilu Henner, Gregory Hines, Abbie Hoffman, Pianist Vladimir
Horowitz, Jean Houston, Ron Howard, Futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard,
Lauren Hutton, Clive James, Self-help author Gerald Jampolsky, Derek
Jarman, Magic Johnson, Architect Phillip Johnson, Dallas Cowboys owner
Jerry Jones, Actress Carol Kane, Michael Keaton, John F. Kennedy, Sr.,
John F. Kennedy, Jr., "Galloping Gourmet" Graham Kerr, Ken Kesey, Val
Kilmer, Comedian Alan King, Don King,
CNN's Larry King, Comedian Robert Klein, Kevin Kline, Tommy Lasorda, Director David Lean, Timothy Leary, Director Barry Levinson, Puppeteer Shari Lewis, Artist Roy Lichtenstein, Singer Meat Loaf, Football's John Madden, Director Louis Malle, Bobby McFerrin, Author Henry Miller, Yves Montand, Dudley Moore, Desmond Morris, Robert Morley, Eddie Murphy,
Jack Nicholson, Leslie Nielsen, Donald O'Connor, Peter O'Toole, Luciano Pavarotti, Author Joseph Chilton Pearce, Regis Philbin, Bronson Pinchot, Brad Pitt, George Plimpton, Vincent Price, Dennis Quaid, Anthony Quinn, Bonnie Raitt, Rajeneesh, Ron Reagan Jr., Basketball Coach Pat Reilly, Carl Reiner, Lee Remick, Little Richard, Filmmaker/Nazi propagandist Leni Riefenstahl, Jason Robards, Novelist Tom Robbins,
Jay Rockefeller, Ginger Rogers, Linda Ronstadt, Franklin Roosevelt, Interviewer Charlie Rose, David Lee Roth, Jerry Rubin, Economist Louis Rukeyser, Rosalind Russell, Babe Ruth, Soupy Sales, Susan Saint James, Director Martin Scorsese, Weatherman Willard Scott, Pauly Shore, Martin Short, Self-help author Bernie Siegel, Sissy Spacek, Gerry Spence,
Steven Spielberg, Mickey Spillaine, Robert Louis Stevenson, Barbra Streisand, Quentin Tarantino, Lowell Thomas, Henry David Thoreau, Lily Tomlin, Robert Townsend, Tanya Tucker, Lana Turner, Peter Ustinov, Roger Vadim, Dick Van Dyke, Jerry Van Dyke,Voltaire, Kurt Vonnegut, Ruby Wax, Eli Wallach, Rolling Stone's Jann Wenner, Betty White, Robin Williams, Robert Anton Wilson, Jonathan Winters, Author Tom Wolfe, James Woods, Poet William Wordsworth, Director Franco Zeffirelli.
Quotes About Sevens
People who need to be strong, to
prevail over circumstance. When healthy they often are powerful,
protective and committed to a cause. When unhealthy they can be
destructive, excessive and sadistic.
Eights, Nines and Ones share a general undercurrent of anger and form another emotional trio. If Twos, Threes and Fours can be confused about who they are and how they feel and Fives, Sixes and Sevens react fearfully and are confused about taking action. Eights, Nines and Ones react from an emotional ground of anger and have trouble with accurate mental conception, that is to say, thinking clearly. This difficulty is often described as a condition of mental sleep.
Healthy Eights are often dynamic, strong and independent. They demonstrate the virtue of power: how to wield influence for constructive purposes. Many Eights are natural leaders who inspire others, protect the weak and strive for justice. They may use their power to shake things up and have the courage and will to implement new ideas. They are generally honest and direct, bringing an energetic, lusty gusto to whatever they attempt.
Healthy Eights are often generous, loyal friends who protect what is soft and vulnerable in others. This is also a metaphor for how Eights relate to themselves. Beneath their strong outer armor is a younger, more vulnerable part of themselves that they shield. This part relates to an innocence of perception that healthy Eights often have. They are able to see the world as if for the first time, through the eyes of a child. They may have a related love of nature that is a source of spirituality and evokes this innocent quality. Unguarded Eights often demonstrate the strength of gentleness; they are strong enough to be kind, open enough to be touched, secure enough to be wrong, rich enough to be generous.
When Eights are less healthy, their preoccupation with power begins to be tainted by self-interest. While still relatively free of self-doubt, Eights begin to cover up their vulnerabilities with aggressive displays of strength. They overidentify with being powerful as a way to deny their softness and survive in a world that they believe is dangerous. They may also tend to excess staying up late, doing too much, driving too hard, indulging in addictions partly to numb their more vulnerable feelings.
Less healthy Eights enjoy confrontation and try to make contact with others primarily through fighting. They also push against others to assess their motives and measure the degree of external threat. Eights may narcissistically inflate their presence and seem to take up too much space in a room. To protect the tender childlike part of themselves, they can act overbearing, arrogant and insensitive. Beneath this intimidating shell, an Eight could feel sensitive to betrayal, vulnerable to ridicule, or weak in a way that he is ashamed of.
Most Eights don't quite realize how belligerent they can seem. This is because they defensively deny feedback, especially about ways they might have hurt others. Unhealthy Eights can deny feeling guilty, usually by covering it up with more aggression, while claiming they have nothing to apologize for. In their mind's eye, they can see people as caricatures, two-dimensional objects that can then be skewered without conscience.
As with Twos, the healthy versus unhealthy expressions of
this style are unusually extreme. Very unhealthy Eights can do immense
damage mostly to others in the service of maintaining their
grandiose image of an invulnerable self. A "get them before they get me"
attitude rules the Eight's behavior. To this end, they can be
suspicious, bullying, vengeful, ruthless and psychopathic. Many of the
world's bloodiest dictators have been very unhealthy Eights, and their
brutal excesses reflect how unhealthy people with this style ultimately
murder their own humanity.
Lawyer Leslie Abramson, Gloria Allred, Edward Asner, F. Lee Bailey, Actor Joe Don Baker, Lucille Ball, Charles Barkley, Humphrey Bogart, Napoleon Bonaparte, Charles Bronson, Singer James Brown, Football's Jim Brown, Pat Buchanan, Richard Burton, Johnny Cash, John Cassavetes, Fidel Castro,
Eldridge Cleaver, Ty Cobb, Sean Connery, Jimmy Connors,
Robert Conrad, Brian Dennehy, Lawyer Alan Dershowitz, Danny DeVito,
Football's Mike Ditka, U.S. Senator Robert Dole, Reporter Sam Donaldson,
Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas, Morton Downey Jr., Fred Dryer, Boxer
Roberto Duran, Lawrence Eagleburger, Author Harlan Ellison,
Hypnotherapist Milton Erickson, Moshe Feldenkrais,
Actress Linda Fiorentino, Indira Gandhi, Apache warrior Geronimo, John Gotti, George Gurdjieff, Director Howard Hawks, the culture of the Hellís Angels, Ernest Hemingway, Jimmy Hoffa, Opera singer Marilyn Horne, Saddam Hussein, Director John Huston, Joan Jett, Lyndon Johnson, Carlos Casteneda's Don Juan, Brian Keith, Nikita Khrushchev,
Rush Limbaugh, Ida Lupino, John Lydon (Johnny Rotten), the culture of the Mafia, Norman Mailer, Musician Wynton Marsalis, Lee Marvin, Mary Matalin, Tycoon Robert Maxwell, Malcolm McDowell, John McEnroe, Golda Meir, Robert Mitchum, General George Patton, Director Sam Peckinpah, Sean Penn, Gestalt therapist Fritz Perls, Author/producer Julia Phillips, Actress Julianne Phillips, Suzanne Pleshette,
Anti-environmentalist author Dixy Lee Ray, Ann Richards, Don Rickles, Geraldo Rivera, Axl Rose, Mickey Rourke, Telly Savalas, Baseball's Marge Schott, George C. Scott, the cultural aura of Serbia, Tupac Shakur, Frank Sinatra, Grace Slick, Guardian Angel Curtis Sliwa, Joseph Stalin, John Sununu, Tamerlane, Rip Torn, Donald Trump, Mao Tse-tung, Actor Ken Wahl, George Wallace, Mike Wallace, Denzel Washington, John Wayne, Zorba the Greek.
Quotes Abouts Eights
People who are receptive to their
environment and play down their own presence. When healthy they
often are loving, modest and trusting. When unhealthy they can be
stubborn, lazy and soul-dead.
Unlike Eights, who directly express their anger, Nines tamp their anger down. Their central defensive strategy is to self-efface, to blend with and accommodate their environment. This tactic requires that Nines suppress their rough edges and conceal any part of them that might seem disagreeable. Most Nines resent the consequences of this strategy: people overlook them but even their anger comes out in indirect ways.
Since most Nines have taken on the coloration of their environment, there is a confusing variety to people with this style. They can have a wide range of occupations and outwardly appear much different from each other. What they share underneath, however, is a distinct tendency to fall asleep to their inner needs. When you are trying to identify a Nine, you need to look for the absence of something rather than an obvious definite quality that the person asserts.
Nines have sometimes been described as the common people of the Enneagram. When healthy, they possess a deep personal modesty and an elegant simplicity of thought. Healthy Nines are even-tempered, stable, unassuming, nonjudgmental and comfortable with who they are. They often have a cheerful Seven-like outlook, though they live in the present and not the future.
Many Nines have a calm, egoless focused power that they bring to bear on whatever is important to them. This power is generally rooted in love whether the Nine thinks of it that way or not. Most healthy people with this style want to give to others freely and administrate their world in a way that benefits those they care about.
Nines are natural diplomats and mediators and can be highly skilled at resolving conflicts. Since they seek peace, union and harmony, it is often easy for Nines to find points of agreement between warring parties. From there, a Nine might patiently negotiate a settlement that builds on small positive steps. Healthy Nines are gently dynamic, suffused with a highly integrated sense of self and implicit mission. Most are also flexible and able to state blunt difficult truths in useful ways that somehow don't make others defensive.
When less healthy, a Nine's modesty devolves into self-concealment. They begin to merge blindly with the wishes of others and play the roles their environment wants them to play. In the process, they erase their own needs, priorities and ambitions, hiding their opinions and preferences to keep an apparent peace. The more a Nine absents herself from her own life, however, the more passive, unfocused and ambivalent she becomes.
Less healthy Nines tend to see all sides of a situation and identify equally with each outside perspective. They often focus on absurd or irrelevant details and lose the big picture or forget the original purpose of a task. They can be overly responsible but under-perform, obsessively complicating simple tasks even as they minimize the consequence of not getting important things done. Going in circles relieves them of the necessity to make decisions and personal choices, to take responsibility for having a self that they think might be rejected by others.
Nines often have trouble overtly saying no, but will say it in other ways, usually through silent stubbornness and passive aggression. Nines usually blame others explicitly or indirectly for the life they feel they can't really have. Deep down there's an angry, depressed nihilism in most unhealthy Nines. They have given up on their life and see no reason to rouse themselves to play what they are convinced is an empty, fruitless game.
When deeply unhealthy, Nines can sink into depressed
self-neglect and a kind of lazy oblivion that is an imitation of death.
They may be apathetic, habit-bound, callous or numb. They could talk
incessantly about what they know they should do but then never bother to
do it. They might try to avoid conflict but accidentally provoke it
through bursts of disassociated nastiness. They might be disorderly,
chaotic or cluttered and offer convoluted, ill-formed rationales for
their irresponsibility. Deeply unhealthy Nines can do great harm to
others through neglect, broken commitments and passive-aggressive
behavior while stubbornly believing that their actions have no
consequence. Drug and alcohol addiction can also be problems at this
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Clint Eastwood, Dwight Eisenhower, Queen Elizabeth
II, Shelley Fabares, Columbo's Peter Falk, Marlin Fitzwater, Gerald
Ford, Actor Dennis Franz, Annette Funicello, Mahatma Gandhi, Chief Dan
George, John Goodman, Tipper Gore, Actor Elliott Gould, Charles Grodin,
Julie Hagerty, Woody Harrelson, Gabby Hayes, Patty Hearst, Mariel
Hemingway, Buck Henry, Audrey Hepburn, Barbara Hershey, Paul Hogan,
Anjelica Huston, Actor Ben Johnson, Shirley Jones, C. G. Jung, Director
Lawrence Kasdan, Grace Kelly,
Figure skater Nancy Kerrigan, Helmut Kohl, Stan
Laurel, Author Fran Leibowitz, Actress Jennifer Jason Leigh, Abraham
Lincoln, Heather Locklear, Andie MacDowell, Mr. Magoo, John Major, Dean
Martin, Jerry Mathers, Joe Montana, Actor Harry Morgan, Sancho Panza,
Slim Pickens, Actor Michael J. Pollard, Randy Quaid, Dan Quayle, James
Ronald Reagan, Ralph Richardson, Andy Richter, Robbie Robertson, Psychologist Carl Rogers, Roy Rogers, Gena Rowlands, Actress Eva Marie Saint, Jerry Seinfeld, Garry Shandling, Wallace Shawn, Martin Sheen, Actor Tom Skerritt, Harry Smith, Ringo Starr, Mary Steenburgen, Gloria Steinem, Daniel Stern, James Stewart, Actor Eric Stoltz, Richard Thornburgh, George Wendt, Diane Wiest, Singer Andy Williams.
Quotes About Nines
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