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My parents moved to Los Angeles when I was really young, but I spent every summer with my grandparents, and Id stay with
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"My parents moved to Los Angeles when I was really young, but I spent every summer with my grandparents, and I'd stay with my grandfather on the farm in Longview. He was retired from the railroad, and he had a small farm with some cows and some pigs. I remember part of my youth was feeding hogs and plowing fields and stuff, so that's a part of me"

- Forest Whitaker

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Forest Whitaker's quote speaks to the importance of his youth experiences. His moms and dads relocated to Los Angeles when he was young, but he spent his summer seasons with his grandparents on their farm in Longview. His grandpa was retired from the railway and had a small farm with cows and pigs. Whitaker remembers fondly the work he did on the farm, such as feeding hogs and plowing fields. These experiences shaped his youth and have actually become a part of who he is today. Whitaker's quote is a suggestion of the significance of childhood experiences and how they can shape our lives. It is a testament to the power of household and the memories we make with them.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Forest Whitaker somewhere between July 15, 1961 and today. He was a famous Actor from USA. The author also have 8 other quotes.

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