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#1. Is there anything courageous or brave about making the only possible choice that will save your life? When you're drowning, you grab any hand that's offered. To me, bravery is a spontaneous decision to save somebody else's life when your own is in danger. - Author: Claire Sylvia
Cellular Memory quotes by Claire Sylvia
#2. Long before all these divisions were opened between home and the road, betweens a woman's place and a man's world, humans followed the crops, the seasons, traveling with their families, our companions, animals, our tents. We built campfires and moved from place to place. This way of traveling is still in our cellular memory. Living things have evolved as travelers, Even migrating birds know that nature doesn't demand a choice between nesting and flight. - Author: Gloria Steinem
Cellular Memory quotes by Gloria Steinem
#3. When I look at someone's face, I look beyond that face and into the cellular memory in my heart that says, 'Finally you and I have met again. And now we must find out why'. - Author: Caroline Myss
Cellular Memory quotes by Caroline Myss
#4. What is history? Any thoughts, Webster?'
'History is the lies of the victors,' I replied, a little too quickly.
'Yes, I was rather afraid you'd say that. Well, as long as you remember that it is also the self-delusions of the defeated ...
'"History is that certainty produced at the point where the imperfections of memory meet the inadequacies of documentation." (quoting Patrick Lagrange) - Author: Julian Barnes
Cellular Memory quotes by Julian Barnes
#5. Today I had to meet a man I haven't seen for ten years. And all that time I had thought I was remembering him well- how he looked and spoke and the sort of things he said. The first five minutes of the real man shattered the image completely. Not that he had changed. On the contrary. I kept on thinking, "Yes, of course, of course. I'd forgotten that he thought that- or disliked this, or knew so-and-so- or jerked his head back that way." I had known all these things once and I recognized them the moment I met them again. But they had all faded out of my mental picture of him, and when they were all replaced by his actual presence the total effect was quite astonishingly different from the image I had carried about with me for those ten years. How can I hope that this will not happen to my memory of H.? That it is not happening already? Slowly, quietly, like snow-flakes- like the small flakes that come when it is going to snow all night- little flakes of me, my impressions, my selections, are settling down on the image of her. The real shape will be quite hidden in the end. Ten minutes- ten seconds- of the real H. would correct all this. And yet, even if those ten seconds were allowed me, one second later the little flakes would begin to fall again. The rough, sharp, cleansing tang of her otherness is gone. - Author: C.S. Lewis
Cellular Memory quotes by C.S. Lewis
#6. I'll still be missing you as much as ever. I'l still smile at the memory of you. I'll still be - Okay, I'll say it again - loving you, but I won't abandon myseld for you. I cannot be faithful to you without being faithful to myself. - Author: Jerry Spinelli
Cellular Memory quotes by Jerry Spinelli
#7. Over the past seven years she had managed to push his memory so far back in her mind that he could've been a figment of her imagination. - Author: Vivian Winslow
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#8. It's a small reminder, but it lingers, and the more I try to ignore the memory, it multiplies into a monster that can no longer be contained. - Author: Tahereh Mafi
Cellular Memory quotes by Tahereh Mafi
#9. "Mom, Arnie Welsh keeps calling me a geek. He says it like it's a bad thing. Is being a geek a bad thing?"
"Of course not, Soda Pop. And don't listen to labels. They don't matter."
"What are labels?"
"It's an imaginery sticker people slap on you with the word they think you are written on it. It doesn't matter who they think you are. It matters who you think you are."
"I think I might be a geek."
She laughed. "Then you be a geek. Just be whatever makes you happy, Soda Pop, and I'll be happy too. - Author: Samantha Young
Cellular Memory quotes by Samantha Young
#10. And perhaps it was precisely because she knew nothing at all about chess that chess for her was not simply a parlor game or a pleasant pastime, but a mysterious art equal to all the recognized arts. She had never been in close contact with such people - there was no one to compare him with except those inspired eccentrics, musicians and poets whose image one knows as clearly and as vaguely as that of a Roman Emperor, an inquisitor or a comedy miser. Her memory contained a modest dimly lit gallery with a sequence of all the people who had in any way caught her fancy. - Author: Vladimir Nabokov
Cellular Memory quotes by Vladimir Nabokov
#11. A miracle is never perfect when it happens, there are always little disappointments. But once it's gone for good and nothing can change it, memory could make it perfect and then it would never change. If I can just call it to life now, won't it always stay the same? Won't it stay with me as long as I live? - Author: Erich Maria Remarque
Cellular Memory quotes by Erich Maria Remarque
#12. Over time, stress hormones from multitasking can damage memory centers in the brain. Focus on one task at a time for better efficiency and memory. - Author: Peter Lawrence
Cellular Memory quotes by Peter Lawrence
#13. The most merciless thing in the world is love. When love flees, all that remains is memory to compensate. - Author: Keith Donohue
Cellular Memory quotes by Keith Donohue
#14. Memory is fiction, - Author: Keith Richards
Cellular Memory quotes by Keith Richards
#15. Your future self is watching you right now through your memories. - Author: Aubrey De Grey
Cellular Memory quotes by Aubrey De Grey
#16. Of all man's instruments, the most wondrous, no doubt, is the book. The other instruments are extensions of his body. The microscope, the telescope, are extensions of his sight; the telephone is the extension of his voice; then we have the plow and the sword, extensions of the arm. But the book is something else altogether: the book is an extension of memory and imagination. - Author: Jorge Luis Borges
Cellular Memory quotes by Jorge Luis Borges
#17. In brain scans, music lights up the medial prefrontal cortex and triggers a memory that starts playing in your mind. All of a sudden you can see a place, a person, an incident. The strongest responses to music - the ones that elicit vivid memories - cause the greatest activity on brain scans. - Author: Jodi Picoult
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#18. Losing parts of your memory didn't make you an idiot. - Author: James Dashner
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#19. In the theater of the past that is constituted by memory, the stage setting maintains the characters in their dominant roles ... And if we want to go beyond history, or even, while remaining in history, detach from our own history the always too contingent history of the persons who have encumbered it, we realize that the calendars of our lives can only be established in its imagery. - Author: Gaston Bachelard
Cellular Memory quotes by Gaston Bachelard
#20. Tengo made a point of asking people how old they were at the time of their first memory. - Author: Haruki Murakami
Cellular Memory quotes by Haruki Murakami
#21. Memory is never complete. There are always parts of it that time has amputated. Writing is a way of retrieving them, of bringing the missing parts back to it, of making it more holistic. - Author: Nawal El Saadawi
Cellular Memory quotes by Nawal El Saadawi
#22. The Drunken Fisherman"

Wallowing in this bloody sty,
I cast for fish that pleased my eye
(Truly Jehovah's bow suspends
No pots of gold to weight its ends);
Only the blood-mouthed rainbow trout
Rose to my bait. They flopped about
My canvas creel until the moth
Corrupted its unstable cloth.

A calendar to tell the day;
A handkerchief to wave away
The gnats; a couch unstuffed with storm
Pouching a bottle in one arm;
A whiskey bottle full of worms;
And bedroom slacks: are these fit terms
To mete the worm whose molten rage
Boils in the belly of old age?

Once fishing was a rabbit's foot--
O wind blow cold, O wind blow hot,
Let suns stay in or suns step out:
Life danced a jig on the sperm-whale's spout--
The fisher's fluent and obscene
Catches kept his conscience clean.
Children, the raging memory drools
Over the glory of past pools.

Now the hot river, ebbing, hauls
Its bloody waters into holes;
A grain of sand inside my shoe
Mimics the moon that might undo
Man and Creation too; remorse,
Stinking, has puddled up its source;
Here tantrums thrash to a whale's rage.
This is the pot-hole of old age.

Is there no way to cast my hook
Out of this dynamited brook?
The Fisher's sons must cast about
When shallow waters peter out.
I will catch Christ with a greased worm,
And when - Author: Robert Lowell
Cellular Memory quotes by Robert Lowell
#23. The bloody massacre in Bangladesh quickly covered over the memory of the Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia, the assassination of Allende drowned out the groans of Bangladesh, the war in the Sinai Desert made people forget Allende, the Cambodian massacre made people forget Sinai, and so on and so forth until ultimately everyone lets everything be forgotten. - Author: Milan Kundera
Cellular Memory quotes by Milan Kundera
#24. My hours of leisure I spent in reading the best authors, ancient and modern, being always provided with a good number of books; and when I was ashore, in observing the manners and dispositions of the people, as well as learning their language; wherein I had a great facility, by the strength of my memory. - Author: Jonathan Swift
Cellular Memory quotes by Jonathan Swift
#25. Thank God for the potholes on memory lane. - Author: Randy Newman
Cellular Memory quotes by Randy Newman
#26. Maybe all over the world there were daughters who knew their mothers as young girls and old women, inside and out, deep. I wasn't one of them. Even when I was a baby, my memory of her is being only halfway here. - Author: Jacqueline Woodson
Cellular Memory quotes by Jacqueline Woodson
#27. Memory gallops, then checks up and veers unexpectedly; to memory, the order of occurrence is arbitary - Author: Anthony Doerr
Cellular Memory quotes by Anthony Doerr
#28. Play for young children is not recreation activity, It is not leisure-time activity nor escape activity. Play is thinking time for young children. It is language time. Problem-solving time. It is memory time, planning time, investigating time. It is organization-of-ideas time, when the young child uses his mind and body and his social skills and all his powers in response to the stimuli he has met. - Author: James L Hymes
Cellular Memory quotes by James L Hymes
#29. I'm just trying to live my life, but it seems as if sadness always piles itself up around me. It's in my bed, the toothbrush in my bathroom, and the memory of my cellphone. Over the past few years, I've wanted to move on, I've wanted to take hold of something I couldn't reach. What that is, I have no idea. Not knowing where such obsessive thoughts were coming from, I simply drowned myself in my work. Then one day I realized that my heart was withering, and in it there was nothing but pain. And that my beliefs, that I once held so passionately, had completely disappeared. - Author: Makoto Shinkai
Cellular Memory quotes by Makoto Shinkai
#30. Home is a blueprint of memory ... Finding home is crucial to the act of writing. Begin here. With what you know. With the tales you've told dozens of times ... with the map you've already made in your heart. That's where the real home is: inside. If we carry that home with us all the time, we'll be able to take more risks. We can leave on wild excursions, knowing we'll return home. - Author: Georgia Heard
Cellular Memory quotes by Georgia Heard
#31. From early on I valued the gift of memory above all others. I understood that as we grow older we carry a whole nation around inside of us, places and ways that have disappeared, believing that they are ours, that we alone hold the torch for our past, that we are as impenetrable as stone. - Author: Jane Hamilton
Cellular Memory quotes by Jane Hamilton
#32. But these days, there's also a strong economic argument for doing away with capital punishment. With California facing its most severe fiscal crisis in recent memory ... it would be crazy not to consider the fact that it will add as much as $1 billion over the next five years simply to keep the death penalty on the books. - Author: John Van De Kamp
Cellular Memory quotes by John Van De Kamp
#33. I lie in a bathtub of cold water, still sweating and singing love songs to myself. I put the gun to my head and cock it.
I think of my Grandma and remember that old feeling of being so in love that nothing matters except seeing and being seen by her. I drop the gun to my chest. I'm so sad and I can't really see a way out of what I'm feeling but I'm leaning on memory for help. Faster. Slower. I think I want to hurt myself more than I'm already hurting. I'm not the smartest boy in the world by a long shot, but even in my funk I know that easy remedies like eating your way out of sad, or fucking your way out of sad, or lying your way out of sad, or slanging your way out of sad, or robbing your way out of sad, or gambling your way out of sad, or shooting your way out of sad, are just slower, more acceptable ways for desperate folks, and especially paroled black boys in our country, to kill ourselves and others close to us in America. - Author: Kiese Laymon
Cellular Memory quotes by Kiese Laymon
#34. The accuracy of my memories, whether things happened exactly the way that the personalities remember, doesn't really matter. If my memory, combined with the memories of the other personalities, provides some coherent past, then that is far better than the blankness I have. Whatever inaccuracies may occur because of the passage of time or because of the colored intensity of "emotional truth" harm no one. All that matters is that I gain a firm grasp on what is real. (165) - Author: Joan Frances Casey
Cellular Memory quotes by Joan Frances Casey
#35. It is not her love coming to an end;
she will always have love tucked underneath her rib cage.
This is another failed love attempt reaching its last page,
a relationship fading into the image of a memory,
and a woman understanding that it is not her job to plant, water, and harvest love in a man all at once,
especially one who doesn't want to taste the goodness of her love.

All that matters now is that she gave it her best shot,
another bullet wound from someone she handed the gun to. - Author: Pierre Alex Jeanty
Cellular Memory quotes by Pierre Alex Jeanty
#36. In the matter of learned skills, memory comes to a fork in the road. Down one branch are the it's-like-riding-a-bicycle skills; things which, once learned, are almost never forgotten. But the creative, ever-changing forebrain skills have to be practiced almost daily, and they are easily damaged or destroyed. - Author: Stephen King
Cellular Memory quotes by Stephen King
#37. An act of kindness may take only a moment of our time, but when captured in the heart the memory lives forever. - Author: Molly Friedenfeld
Cellular Memory quotes by Molly Friedenfeld
#38. Olivia, I once told you that I would love again, and that you would hurt forever. Do you remember?"
She nods. It's a painful memory for both of us.
"It was a lie. I knew it was a lie, even as I said it. I've never loved anyone after you. I never will."
I walk out.
Walk away.
No more fighting - not for her, or with her, or with myself.
I am so sad. - Author: Tarryn Fisher
Cellular Memory quotes by Tarryn Fisher
#39. Remember those wonderful moments you have had. Sit and be with it. In that very memory your entire Being gets back to that state - Author: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Cellular Memory quotes by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
#40. None of my issues have included memory loss or unconscious actions," she said.
Thomas squinted back at her. "If they had, how would you know it?"
Molly frowned. "Valid point. - Author: Jim Butcher
Cellular Memory quotes by Jim Butcher
#41. An estimated two thirds of the women who got criminal abortions were married. This means that up to two thirds of the botched abortions were done on married women; up to two thirds of the dead were married women; perhaps two thirds of the survivors are married women. This means that most of the women who risked death or maiming so as not to bear a child were married - perhaps one million married women each year. They were not shameless sluts, unless all women by definition are. They were not immoral in traditional terms - though, even then, they were thought of as promiscuous and single. Nevertheless, they were not women from the streets, but women from homes; they were not daughters in the homes of fathers, but wives in the homes of husbands. They were, quite simply, the good and respectable women of Amerika. The absolute equation of abortion with sexual promiscuity is a bizarre distortion of the real history of women and abortion - too distorted to be acceptable even in the United States, where historical memory reaches back one decade. Abortion has been legalized just under one decade. The facts should not be obliterated yet. Millions of respectable, God-fearing, married women have had illegal abortions. They thank their God that they survived; and they keep quiet. - Author: Andrea Dworkin
Cellular Memory quotes by Andrea Dworkin
#42. Hindsight is of little value in the decision-making process. It distorts our memory for events that occurred at the time of the decision so that the actual consequence seems to have been a "foregone conclusion." Thus, it may be difficult to learn from our mistakes. - Author: Diane F. Halpern
Cellular Memory quotes by Diane F. Halpern
#43. Look under the passenger seat in a black plastic bin. There should be a book."
Raphael hopped out, dug under the seat, and pulled out a dog-eared copy of The Almanac of Mystical Creatures.
"Got it," I said into the phone.
"Page seventy-six."
Raphael flipped the book open and held it up. On the left page a lithograph showed a three-headed dog with a serpent for a tail. The caption under the picture said CERBERUS.
"Is that your dog?" Kate asked.
"Could be. How the heck did you know the exact page?"
"I have perfect memory!"
I snorted.
She sighed into the phone.
"I spilled coffee on that page and had to leave the book open to dry it out. It always opens to that entry now. - Author: Ilona Andrews
Cellular Memory quotes by Ilona Andrews
#44. For when an old man relives his life, he lives it only by dwelling upon his memories; and when wisdom in an old man has outgrown the immediate impressions of life, the past viewed from the quiet of memory is something different from the present in all its bustle. The - Author: Soren Kierkegaard
Cellular Memory quotes by Soren Kierkegaard
#45. I loved you so much once. I did. More than anything in the whole wide world. Imagine that. What a laugh that is now. Can you believe it? We were so intimate once upon a time I can't believe it now. The memory of being that intimate with somebody. We were so intimate I could puke. I can't imagine ever being that intimate with somebody else. I haven't been. - Author: Raymond Carver
Cellular Memory quotes by Raymond Carver
#46. Monstrously Remote: "Whenever I start thinking of my love for a person, I immediately draw radii from my love - from my heart, from the tender nucleus of a personal matter - to monstrously remote points of the universe… the dreadful pitfalls of eternity, the unknowledgeable beyond the unknown, the helplessness, the sickening involutions and interpenetrations of space and time." – Speak Memory (1966) - Author: Vladimir Nabokov
Cellular Memory quotes by Vladimir Nabokov

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