1. “If it was from him she would be faced with the same future but at least she could hold on to a fresh memory. A memory that would have to last her a lifetime.”
2. With a strong, healthy memory, you can overcome mental barriers to achieve success in your personal, professional, and academic life. Without it, you will find yourself struggling at every turn.. John Parker,. . With a strong, healthy memory, you can overcome mental barriers to achieve success in your personal, professional, and academic life. Without it, you will find yourself struggling at every turn.. John Parker,.
3. “Gramps always ends this story by saying, “That bed has been around my whole life, and I’m going to die in that bed, and then that bed will know everything there is to know about me.”″
4. “Every man’s memory is his private literature.” – Aldous Huxley
5. “Only our memories allow that some people ever existed. That they mattered, or mattered too much.” — Joe R. Lansdale. “Only our memories allow that some people ever existed. That they mattered, or mattered too much.” — Joe R. Lansdale
6. “Once she told me I looked like the sun to her, because of my hair. I asked her if I shined like the sun, and she told me, ‘No, Daddy, you shine more like the moon, when it’s dark outside.”
7. “The more hooks an idea has, the better it will cling to memory.” — Chip Heath
8. A grandma is warm hugs and sweet memories. She remembers all of your accomplishments and forgets all of your mistakes. Barbara Cage
9. “What are we, if not an accumulation of our memories?” — S.J. Watson
10. “The legacy of heroes is the memory of a great name and the inheritance of a great example.”
11. “Bad memories will play the most often, but just because the memory comes up doesn’t mean you have to watch it. Change the channel.”
12. It was an opportunity to honour our memories and to make room for new ones. Jilly Pretzel, Chicken Soup for the Soul
13. “Time’s the thief of memory.”
14. Home is where you hange your memories. . . Home is where you begin again to dream again. Charles Angoff
15. Some people are born with wonderful memories and have no trouble keeping things straight. Those born without this incredible ability have to find ways to strengthen their memories. Some do this through repetition exercises, some come up with nifty little games or tricks to keep their mind alert and focused. Jane Peters, Memory
16. Imagination has a great potential to improve your memory. It allows traveling beyond the horizon, attaching various stories or images to the things you wish to remember, in turn it will strengthen your memory. William D, Memory
17. “But if you don’t have that memory of being loved, you are condemned to search the world for something to fill you up. But no matter how much money you make or how famous you become, you will still feel empty. What you are really searching for is unconditional love, unqualified acceptance. And that was the one thing that was denied to you at birth.”
18. Sometimes happy memories hurt the most.
19. Once upon a time you said I was your life
20. You may have lost things, persons in your life. But you can capture them in your memories forever.
21. “No matter what happens, some memories can never be replaced.”
22. “The greatest gift we can give to others is our prayers.”
23. “Please think about your legacy because you are writing it every day.”
24. The worst part of holding the memories is not the pain. It’s the loneliness of it. Memories need to be shared. – Lois Lowry
25. Photos can capture our memories in print, but our memories are always with us in our minds. So as you start this day make positive memories to store away.. Catherine Pulsifer. . Photos can capture our memories in print, but our memories are always with us in our minds. So as you start this day make positive memories to store away.. Catherine Pulsifer.
26. You can be sad recalling sad times, but if you really want to be sad, recall happy times. . – Robert Brault. You can be sad recalling sad times, but if you really want to be sad, recall happy times. . – Robert Brault
27. “No matter how much suffering you went through, you never wanted to let go of those memories.” – Haruki Murakami
28. A moment lasts for seconds but the memories lasts forever.
29. The best thing about memories is making them.
30. You never know how much a man can’t remember until he is called as a witness. . – Will Rogers. You never know how much a man can’t remember until he is called as a witness. . – Will Rogers
31. Memory is the treasury and guardian of all things. . – Cicero. Memory is the treasury and guardian of all things. . – Cicero
32. “Many incidents of those early years are fixed in my memory, isolated, but clear and distinct, making the sense of that silent, aimless, dayless life all the more intense.” – Helen Keller
33. The moments we share are the moments we keep forever. Author Unknown
34. Psalm 77:11-14 “I will remember your great deeds, Lord; I will recall the wonders you did in the past. 12 I will think about all that you have done; I will meditate on all your mighty acts. 13 Everything you do, O God, is holy. No god is as great as you. 14 You are the God who works miracles; you showed your might among the nations.”
35. “Legacy. What is a legacy? It’s planting seeds in a garden you never get to see.”
36. Pleasure is the flower that passes; remembrance, the lasting perfume. Jean de Boufflers
37. You don’t remember what happened. What you remember becomes what happened.. John Green,. . You don’t remember what happened. What you remember becomes what happened.. John Green,.
38. “That’s the trouble with living things. Don’t last very long. Kittens one day, old cats the next. And then just memories. And the memories fade and blend and smudge together.”
39. The real moment has disappeared but you will always have the memories to remind you.
40. There are memories that time does not erase… Forever does not make loss forgettable, only bearable. . – Cassandra Clare. There are memories that time does not erase… Forever does not make loss forgettable, only bearable. . – Cassandra Clare
41. “The advantage of a bad memory is that one enjoys several times the same good things for the first time.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche
42. There is no greater sorrow than to recall in misery the time when we were happy. . – Dante Alighieri. There is no greater sorrow than to recall in misery the time when we were happy. . – Dante Alighieri
43. “Nostalgia is also a dangerous form of comparison. Think about how often we compare our lives to a memory that nostalgia has so completely edited that it never really existed.”
44. “I walk down memory lane because I love running into you.”
45. “You know Harry, in a way you did see your father last night... You found him inside yourself.”
46. Sydney will host the largest LGBTQIA+ Human Rights Conference ever staged in the Southern Hemisphere. Explore the agenda, presenters and ticketing options.
47. “What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.”
48. “I remembered from my boyhood days in Texas a basic rule of firearms safety my father taught me: know your target and what is beyond it.”
49. Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win
50. “Anyone who falls in love is searching for the missing pieces of themselves. So anyone who’s in love gets sad when they think of their lover. It’s like stepping back inside a room you have fond memories of, one you haven’t seen in a long time.”
51. No matter how much suffering you went through, you never wanted to let go of those memories. . – Haruki Murakami. No matter how much suffering you went through, you never wanted to let go of those memories. . – Haruki Murakami
52. “Except later it was Freak who taught me that remembering is a great invention of the mind, and if you try hard enough you can remember anything, whether it happened or not.”
53. “I’d like to take a walk far back in the flinty hills and search for a souvenir, an old double-bitted ax stuck deep in the side of a white oak tree. I know the handle has long since rotted away with time. Perhaps the rusty frame of a coal-oil lantern still hangs there on the blade.”
54. “Perhaps time is an inconsistent healer, but God can purge even the most painful memories.” — Melanie Dickerson
55. He loves to regale them, if someone else pays,
56. Here's a basic memory rule: You Can Remember Any New Piece of Information if It Is Associated to Something You Already Know or Remember. Harry Lorayne, The Memory Book
57. “Though miles may lie between us, we are never far apart, for friendship does not count the miles, the heart measures it.”
58. Your memory is the glue that binds your life together; everything you are today is because of your amazing memory. You are a data collecting being, and your memory is where your life is lived.. Kevin Horsley. . Your memory is the glue that binds your life together; everything you are today is because of your amazing memory. You are a data collecting being, and your memory is where your life is lived.. Kevin Horsley.
59. You may not think you have a good memory, but you remember what's important to you. Rick Warren
60. “With a strong, healthy memory, you can overcome mental barriers to achieve success in your personal, professional, and academic life. Without it, you will find yourself struggling at every turn.” – John Parker
61. “Creating memories is a priceless gift. Memories will last a lifetime; things only a short-period of time.”
62. “Sometimes memories sneak out from my eyes and roll down my cheeks.”
63. “People have an annoying habit of remembering things they shouldn’t.”
64. “One of the keys to happiness is a bad memory.” ― Rita Mae Brown
65. Sometimes memories sneak out of my eyes and roll down my cheeks.
66. “Or maybe I’m remembering it wrong.”
67. We often run into difficulties that cause us to worry and doubt God. Remembering the faithfulness of the Lord in our lives helps us to trust in the Lord while going through trials. It also will help us when Satan tries to cause us to doubt God’s goodness.
68. Good times & crazy make friends the best memories.
69. A good memory is one trained to forget the trivial. . – Clifton Fadiman. A good memory is one trained to forget the trivial. . – Clifton Fadiman
70. “When I miss you, I re-read our old conversations and smile like an idiot.”
71. Letting go of your painful past is how you open yourself to a wonderful future.
72. Memory is the sense of loss, and loss pulls us after it. . – Marilynne Robinson. Memory is the sense of loss, and loss pulls us after it. . – Marilynne Robinson
73. Humans, not places, make memories. . – Ama Ata Aidoo. Humans, not places, make memories. . – Ama Ata Aidoo
74. Everything remembered is dear, endearing, touching, precious. At least the past is safe. though we didn’t know it at the time. We know it now. Because it’s in the past; because we have survived.- Susan Sontag. At least the past is safe. though we didn’t know it at the time. We know it now. Because it’s in the past; because we have survived.- Susan Sontag
75. We do not remember days; we remember moments. " Cesare Pavese
76. When both parents alternate spending time with their children, it not only helps in building memories, but it also works in building trust. S. J. Baker, Parenting The Strong-Willed Child
77. “Every memory that I had with you is worth remembering.”
78. “People don’t realize that now is all there ever is; there is no past or future except as memory or anticipation in your mind.” – Eckhart Tolle
79. “I believe that the combination of pencil and memory creates a kind of practical magic, and magic is dangerous.”
80. A good memory power depends on the vigor and energy of the brain. Mat Fox, Improve Your Memory
81. The tendency to believe something is true or likely to happen based on the availability of the information in our memory. Yong Kang Chan, The Disbelief Habit
82. Don't let the good old day be your memory. Make each day a good day. Catherine Pulsifer
83. “Last summer when Olivia was little, her mother showed her how to make sand castles.”
84. “The best thing about memories is making them.”
85. “Enjoy the little things in life because one day you`ll look back and realize they were the big things.”
86. “Memories of our lives, of our works and our deeds will continue in others.” – Rosa Parks
87. “Love leaves a memory nobody can take away from you.” — Danielle Campbell
88. “Your heart will fix itself. It’s your mind you need to worry about. Your mind where you locked the memories, your mind where you have kept pieces of the ones that hurt you, that still cut through you like shards of glass. ”
89. “Some memories never fade.”
90. Memories may fade as the years go by but they won’t age a day.
91. Never cease remembering God and His goodness throughout your life. Sometimes when I look back I can’t help but shed tears of gratitude because I know how far the Lord has brought me. I encourage you to write down every answered prayer or situation that caused you to experience God. Doing so will encourage your soul, cause you to grow in gratitude, increase your love for God, and increase your confidence and boldness in the Lord.
92. Memory is a way of holding on to the things you love, the things you are, the things you never want to lose.
93. “No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar”- Abraham Lincoln
94. “Memories are wonderful to make.. But sometimes painful to remember.”
95. When you are gone, the only truly important thing you will leave behind are the memories you've created. How do you want to be remembered? Michael Hyatt; Daniel Harkavy, Living Forward
96. The many memories I will forever treasure. K. Hooton, Just Not The Same
97. “Good bye may seem forever. Farewell is like the end, but in my heart is the memory and there you will always be.”
98. “I remember the giants born so long ago; in those ancient days they raised me. I remember nine worlds, nine giantesses, and the seed from which Yggdrasil sprang.”
99. “There’s much more. There’s all that goes beyond – all ... that is Elsewhere – and all that goes back, and back, and back. I received all of those, when I was selected. And here in this room, all alone, I re-experience them again and again. It is how wisdom comes. And how we shape our future.”
100. “There comes a time in your life when you have to choose to turn the page, write another book or simply close it.” – Shannon L. Alder
101. “When I was little my mother used to get a certain look in her eyes and say, ‘One day you’re going to fall in love.’ I wanted to say, but never said: Not in a million years.”
102. “Every place where I played or managed is special to me because of the memories and the friendships that each afforded me.” — Joe Torre
103. “If any one faculty of our nature may be called more wonderful than the rest, I do think it is memory. There seems something more speakingly incomprehensible in the powers, the failures, the inequalities of memory, than in any other of our intelligences. The memory is sometimes so retentive, so serviceable, so obedient; at others, so bewildered and so weak; and at others again, so tyrannic, so beyond control! We are, to be sure, a miracle every way; but our powers of recollecting and of forgetting do seem peculiarly past finding out.”
104. “You and I have memories longer than the road that stretches out ahead.”
105. You don’t just take a picture with a camera, you take it with your heart.
106. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
107. Someone said that God gave us memories so that we might have roses in December. J M Barrie
108. “Books were only one type of receptacle where we stored a lot of things we were afraid we might forget. There is nothing magical in them at all. The magic is only in what books say, how they stitched the patches of the universe together into one garment for us.”
109. “I was talking to one of my donors a few days ago who was complaining about how memories, even your most precious ones, fade surprisingly quickly. But I don’t go along with that. The memories I value most, I don’t see them ever fading.”
110. “Memories images, once they are fixed in words, are erased.”
111. How lucky you are to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.
112. You can close your eyes to reality but not to memories. . – Stanislaw Jerzy Lee. You can close your eyes to reality but not to memories. . – Stanislaw Jerzy Lee
113. Focus on the good memories, discard the not so good. Do not dwell on them for a moment. Be too busy making new memories!. Catherine Pulsifer. . Focus on the good memories, discard the not so good. Do not dwell on them for a moment. Be too busy making new memories!. Catherine Pulsifer.
114. The true art of memory is the art of attention.- Samuel Johnson
115. When you are gone, the only truly important thing you will leave behind are the memories you’ve created. How do you want to be remembered?. Michael Hyatt
116. A memory is what is left when something happens and does not completely unhappen. . – Edward de Bono. A memory is what is left when something happens and does not completely unhappen. . – Edward de Bono
117. Memory is the treasure house of the mind wherein the monuments thereof are kept and preserved. Thomas Fuller
118. “Let your memory be your travel bag.”
119. “On this Valentines let me tell you, you are a sweetheart who makes every day the bright and cheerful kind, who brings the warmest memories and the happiest thoughts to mind.” – Catherine Pulsifer
120. Cody honored his Grandfather's memory by writing this poem about him. Cody's Grandpa is only one of the many Canadians who fought in the wars so that all of us would have our freedom - men who should be forever remembered and honored. Catherine Pulsifer, My Thoughts on Remembrance Day
121. “A healthy relationship requires you to let go of the bitter memories of past and moves on with a new hope.” – Adam Green, T.D.
122. “When we think of the past it’s the beautiful things we pick out. We want to believe it was all like that.”
123. My mother nods silently... ‘Then you shouldn’t. You should keep him with you. Help him live on somehow.‘”
124. “There is a beast in my gut, I can hear it scraping away at my ribs. Even if I dump the memory, it will stay with me, staining me.”
125. A picture is worth a thousand words but the memories are priceless.
126. “The odd thing was that, after he had entered the paint shop, he had felt as if a heavy wave of sadness had suddenly been lifted from out of him. Memories of her didn’t seem as painful as he had imagined.”
127. We have all forgot more than we remember. . – Thomas Fuller. We have all forgot more than we remember. . – Thomas Fuller
128. “We are always remaking history. Our memory is always an interpretive reconstruction of the past, so is perspective.” – Umberto Eco
129. If you have two friends in your lifetime, you’re lucky. If you have one good friend, you’re more than lucky.
130. “There are memories that time does not erase… Forever does not make loss forgettable, only bearable.” – Cassandra Clare
131. Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats
132. I realized that I could post on my computer's screen saver many beautiful pictures I had taken on my travels. Now, when my computer "sleeps," it shows scene after scene, awakening many great memories. Greg Conderacci, Getting UP!
133. It was an opportunity to honour our memories and to make room for new ones. – Jilly Pretzel
134. Cherish family and friends and make the most of your time with them. The more time you invest in someone, the richer the memories that you will have with them. Let’s increase our love for others in our life and build beautiful sweet memories that will be cherished for years to come.
135. I cry for the times I thought I had you.”
136. “I’d never been to the Point […] Once Dazza and I decided we were going to do it. […] But then we started thinking about those stories they told in the front bar – wild Nungas with spears, boomerangs that come from nowhere and knock you senseless. We got scared and ran all the way back to the Port.”
137. Science has proven that people who regularly jot down their thoughts in a journal are less likely to have cognitive and memory loss as they age. Christian J. Borg, Anxiety, Stress, and Panic Attacks
138. At some part of life or the other, we all become memories for others. So make sure you be a good one.
139. “Lettie Hempstock’s ocean. I remembered that, and remembering that, I remembered everything.”
140. “The greatest legacy we can leave our children is happy memories.”
141. The most memorable people in life will be the friends who loved you when you weren’t very lovable.
142. And whenever he joins his friends at their club
143. “But do not despise the lore that has come down from distant years; for oft it may chance that old wives keep in memory word of things that once were needful for the wise to know.”
144. Memories are nothing but the lash with which yesterday flogs tomorrow. . – Philip Moeller. Memories are nothing but the lash with which yesterday flogs tomorrow. . – Philip Moeller
145. I’ve never tried to block out the memories of the past, even though some are painful. I don’t understand people who hide from their past. Everything you live through helps to make you the person you are now. ― Sophia Loren. I don’t understand people who hide from their past. Everything you live through helps to make you the person you are now. ― Sophia Loren
146. The pieces were placed in a fire under the copper, and they quickly blazed up brightly, while the tree sighed so deeply that each sigh was like a pistol-shot. Then the children, who were at play, came and seated themselves in front of the fire, and looked at it and cried, “Pop, pop.” But at each “pop,” which was a deep sigh, the tree was thinking of a summer day in the forest; and of Christmas evening, and of “Humpty Dumpty,” the only story it had ever heard or knew how to relate, till at last it was consumed.
147. “I had rescued the moment by using my camera and in that way had found how to stop time and hold it. No one could take that image away from me because I owned it.”
148. “I love those random memories that make me smile no matter what’s going on in my life right now.”
149. “My grandfather was the only member of his family to escape Poland before the Second World War broke out.”
150. “‘Are you possessed with a devil,’ he pursued, savagely, ‘to talk in that manner to me when you are dying? Do you reflect that all those words will be branded in my memory, and eating deeper eternally after you have left me?‘”
151. “Our prayers for others flow more easily than those for ourselves. This shows we are made to live by charity.” C.S. Lewis. “Our prayers for others flow more easily than those for ourselves. This shows we are made to live by charity.” C.S. Lewis
152. A healthy relationship requires you to let go of the bitter memories of past and moves on with a new hope. . – Adam Green,. A healthy relationship requires you to let go of the bitter memories of past and moves on with a new hope. . – Adam Green,
153. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing
154. On this Valentines let me tell you, you are a sweetheart who makes every day the bright and cheerful kind, who brings the warmest memories and the happiest thoughts to mind. Catherine Pulsifer
155. It’s so easy to live in the past especially if you’re very nostalgic. Memories are awesome, but what’s also awesome is building new memories with your loved ones. Enjoy every moment that you have with your loved ones. Instead of being on your phone all the time, put your phone away.
156. “Memories are wonderful to make but painful to remember.”
157. “Nothing is ever really lost to us as long as we remember it.” – L.M. Montgomery
158. It’s sad when someone can walk right by you and pretend you were never a big part of their life. – Jessica Butil
159. “In the graveyard, no one ever changed. The little children Bod had played with when he was small were still children; Fortinbras Bartleby, who had once been his best friend, was not four or five years younger than Bod was, and they had less to talk about each time they saw each other; Thackeray Porringer was Bod’s height and age, and seemed to be in much better temper with him;...”
160. “Her neck scars are a road map, too, aren’t they? Places she’s been best not to remember”
161. “I have not always done the right thing. When I was younger...I did worse things than Jack. Worse than any of them. I was the monster, then, Bod, and worse than any monster.”
162. “I’ll make you my papa’s special seaweed sandwich. He was a captain, too.”
163. Die single and thine image dies with thee.”
164. they fall down and die. 4 You are fair and honest in your judgments, and you have judged in my favor.”
165. “But while the adversaries forgot the war to remember things of the past, Úrsula had the gloomy feeling that her son was an intruder. […] He was preserved against imminent old age by a vitality that had something to do with the coldness of his insides. He was taller than when he had left, paler and bonier, and he showed the first symptoms of resistance to nostalgia.”
166. “But memory is an autumn leaf that murmurs a while in the wind and then is heard no more.”
167. “For a moment, to Annemarie, listening, it seemed like all the earlier times, the happy visits to the farm in the past with summer daylight extending beyond bedtime, with the children tucked away in the bedrooms and the grownups downstairs talking.”
168. Yesterday is but today’s memory, tomorrow is today’s dream. . – Kahlil Gibran. Yesterday is but today’s memory, tomorrow is today’s dream. . – Kahlil Gibran
169. Our memory is like a shop in the window of which is exposed now one, now another photograph of the same person. And as a rule the most recent exhibit remains for some time the only one to be seen.- Marcel Proust
170. “You shouldn’t wait for other people to make special things happen. You have to create your own memories.”
171. “But who can remember pain, once it’s over? All that remains of it is a shadow, not in the mind even, in the flesh. Pain marks you, but too deep to see. Out of sight, out of mind.”
172. “Childhood memories are sometimes covered and obscured beneath the things that come later, like childhood toys forgotten at the bottom of a crammed adult closet, but they are never lost for good.”
173. “Life is a beautiful collage of priceless moments and memories, which when pieced all together create a unique treasured masterpiece.”
174. “You have to churn somewhat when the roof covering your head is at stake, since to sell is to walk away from a cluster of memories and to buy is to choose where the future will take place.”
175. “I may be old, but I never forget my friends.”
176. Few have wished for memory so much as they have longed for forgetfulness. . – Arthur Helps. Few have wished for memory so much as they have longed for forgetfulness. . – Arthur Helps
177. “A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory.” – Leonard Nimoy
178. Life, sometimes so wearying is worth its weight in gold. The experience of traveling lends a wisdom that is old. Beyond our "living memory" a softly spoken prayer: "It's the journey that's important, not the getting there!" John McLeod
179. “Please excuse the mess our family is making memories.”
180. Figure out how to be keen on it, make it fun and you will learn quicker, and recollect more. Eimantas Gabalis, How To Get Smarter
181. “The wedding was lovely, the cake was delicious.”
182. “I closed my eyes and tried to think of something, anything, to calm myself. I pictured my sketchbook. I felt my hands stir. Images, like celluloid frames, rolled through my mind.”
183. A good memory power depends on the vigor and energy of the brain. Mat Fox
184. “If I turned right here I’d go up past my gallery—what was my gallery, now a vacant shop window—but I don’t want to, because that still hurts a little.”
185. “Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.”
186. “Memories and possibilities are even more hideous than realities.”
187. I would like to encourage you to set traditions for your family as well as your home. Making traditions is making memories. Robin Redmon Dreyer, Christmas Traditions, Legends, Recipes from Around the World
188. A grandma is warm hugs and sweet memories. Barbara Cage
189. “As if you could kill time without injuring eternity.”
190. The details that we hold so fast, are nothing more than memories past. Jann Arden, Feeding My Mother
191. Memories were a welcome reprieve from the worries of my day. . – Author Unknown. Memories were a welcome reprieve from the worries of my day. . – Author Unknown
192. My family legacy is mainly memories, so I especially cherish my few tangible mementos. Maureen Killoran
193. “It doesn’t matter what you did in the past, you can’t change it. The best you can do about your past is to be nostalgic with your family and loved ones about happy memories.” – Zoe McKey
194. “When I saw him many things I thought I had forgotten came flooding back to me. This was because I had begun, finally, to wonder about Sonny, about the life that Sonny lived inside.”
195. The goal for this page is to rekindle sweet memories – be it with a friend, a lover, or with family – so you can reminisce on all the joyful and happy moments that unbeknownst to you, slipped through your fingers like butter.
196. “Remembering God’s faithfulness in the past let’s us embrace the difficulties of the present and the uncertainties of the future.” Whitney Capps
197. “The man’s face and body told the story more eloquently than his words: pain-haunted eyes, shaking hands that could not forget.”
198. Sad memories are bad, but Good memories are the worst
199. “Here it is. Here’s the love. Here’s the love: it’s in marriage and parenting. It’s in family and friends. It’s in sacrifice and forgiveness. It’s in dinner around the coffee table and long walks. It’s in the hands and faces of the people we see every day, in the whispers of our prayers and hymns and songs. It’s in our neighborhoods and churches, our classrooms and living rooms, on the water and in the stories we tell.And let me tell you where it’s not: it’s not in numbers—numbers in bank accounts, numbers on scales, numbers on report cards or credit scores.″
200. ″‘Hide them. Keep them safe for me,’ I said, putting my hands on top of his. ‘I don’t know where we’re going. I don’t want them to be destroyed. There’s so much of me, of all of us, in these drawings.‘”
201. A poem is but a thought, a mere memory caught at play. From hand onto paper, bleeding thoughts emerge. Robert M. Hensel
202. “Memories are what our reason is based upon. If we can’t face them, we deny reason itself! Although, why not? We aren’t contractually tied down to rationality!”
203. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
204. “I sometimes find, and I am sure you know the feeling, that I simply have too many thoughts and memories crammed into my mind.”
205. “Whenever clouds gathered and thunder rumbled, he cried out, perhaps remembering the showers of his native forests.”
206. “I won’t have the time, so you’ll have to do it. Just write it all down like you’re talking. Put in all the fun we had, the cool things we did. Our adventures.”
207. “There was a pause, then more words appeared—words I hadn’t known I needed to hear, but once I saw them, I realized I’d been searching my whole life for them. *You were my child. I should have protected you.*
208. The traumatic memories of the past are what God uses for His glory today. Your story is not over. God is working in ways that you might not understand at the moment. I encourage you to get alone with Him and be transparent with Him on how you feel and the struggles of painful memories.
209. “One old song a thousand old memories”
210. The worst part of holding the memories is not the pain. It's the loneliness of it. Memories need to be shared. - Lois Lowry
211. The worst part of holding the memories is not the pain. It’s the loneliness of it. Memories need to be shared.. Lois Lowry. It’s the loneliness of it. Memories need to be shared.. Lois Lowry
212. “When I was a boy my grandfather died....He was part of us and when he died, all the actions stopped dead and there was no one to do them just the way he did. He was individual. He was an important man. I’ve never gotten over his death. Often I think, what wonderful carvings never came to birth because he died. How many jokes are missing from the world, and how many homing pigeons untouched by his hands. He shaped the world. He did things to the world. The world was bankrupted of ten million fine actions the night he passed on.”
213. I Had Trouble in getting to Solla Sollew
214. “The Pants had absorbed the summer. Maybe it was better that they couldn’t talk. They would let us remember more how we had felt, and less what had actually happened.”
215. There would be many things to follow, as our friendship has many things. And so much of them reminds me of the happiness our friendship brings. Julie Hebert, Things Of Remembrance
216. ″...she was a woman with a million happy memories, who knew what it was like to experience true love and who was ready to experience more life, more love and make new memories.”
217. Sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory.
218. No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar. . – Abraham Lincoln. No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar. . – Abraham Lincoln
219. Your self is created by your memories and your memories are created by your mental habits. . – Rick Warren. Your self is created by your memories and your memories are created by your mental habits. . – Rick Warren
220. “A memory is a photograph taken by the heart to make a special moment last forever.”
221. The worst feeling in the world is…… when you can’t love anyone else…..because your heart still belongs to the one who broke it.
222. If you cannot hold me in your arms, then hold my memory in high regard.
223. “Some memories are unforgettable, remaining ever vivid and heartwarming!”
224. “I thought about it, looking at the pictures and then at my grandfather, his face so earnest and open. What reason would he have to lie?”
225. “My best memories are the ones we make together.”
226. “Beautiful memories are like old friends. They may not always be on your mind, but they are forever in your heart.” Susan Gale.
227. “We don’t remember days, we remember moments.”
228. “Love poems are little bits of memory and story that remind and shape us back into the experience of love.”
229. Memory is a record of your personal experience. It is a record of trial and error, defeat and success. Past failures will warn you against repeating them. Wilfred Peterson
230. “Today’s moments are tomorrow’s memories.”
231. “Some things are meant to be remembered that is the reason why God gave us memories.”
232. “She wipes her memory instantly and with purpose; it’s a way of preserving herself.”
233. We never realize the value of something in our life until it becomes a memory.
234. “It’s a little place on the Pacific Ocean. You know what the Mexicans say about the Pacific? They say it has no memory. That’s where I want to live the rest of my life. A warm place with no memory.”
235. “An educated man is not one whose memory is trained to carry a few dates in history – he is one who can accomplish things.”
236. “Allow yourself to smile just a tiny bit. Like revisiting a memory of happiness. Turn the corners of your mouth turn up a little and feel the muscles of your cheekbones slightly contracting.” – Jenny Clift. “Allow yourself to smile just a tiny bit. Like revisiting a memory of happiness. Turn the corners of your mouth turn up a little and feel the muscles of your cheekbones slightly contracting.” – Jenny Clift
237. “Love poems are little bits of memory and story that remind and shape us back into the experience of love.” – Tito Tinajero
238. “I close my eyes and let the darkness grow and spread until it morphs from a feeling of sadness into something worse: a memory, a flashback.”
239. “Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.”
240. “I don’t know what it is about food your mother makes for you, especially when it’s something that anyone can make - but it carries a certain taste of memory.”
241. Every man's memory is his private literature." Aldous Huxley
242. “...she will remember them all when men are fairy tales in books written by.”
243. The young remember most deeply…. When we are old and failing, it is the memories of childhood which can be summoned most clearly.. Dan Simmons. . The young remember most deeply…. When we are old and failing, it is the memories of childhood which can be summoned most clearly.. Dan Simmons.
244. The memory has as many moods as the temper, and shifts its scenery like a diorama. . – George Eliot. The memory has as many moods as the temper, and shifts its scenery like a diorama. . – George Eliot
245. “Memory is more indelible than ink.” ― Anita Loos
246. misconceptions about what beauty is
247. “People who have experienced a certain kind of pleasure in the past will try to repeat or relive it. The deepest-rooted and most pleasurable memories are usually those from earliest childhood, and are often unconsciously associated with a parental figure. ”
248. “Nothing fixes a thing so intensely in the memory as the wish to forget it.” – Michel de Montaigne
249. “The Counsellor, who was present, had prepared an answer, and had resolved to resume all I had said, according to the formality of a debate, in which things are generally repeated more faithfully than they are answered, as if the chief trial to be made were of men’s memories.”
250. ‘Bye Estha, Godbless, Ammu’s mouth had said. Ammu’s trying-not-to-cry mouth.
251. “Don’t let the “good old days” be your memory. Make each day a good day so as you are growing older life is an adventure to be enjoyed not a memory.” – Catherine Pulsifer
252. “A light was on in the kitchen. His mother sat at the kitchen table, as still as a statue. Her hands were clasped together, and she stared fixatedly at a small stain on the tablecloth. Gregor remembered seeing her that way so many nights after his dad had disappeared. He didn’t know what to say. He didn’t want to scare her or shock her or ever give her any more pain.
253. “I have some vivid memories of walking around as a child with a cassette tape.” — James Vincent McMorrow
254. The funny thing is that now that we are grown, the things we remember the most fondly are mom's red Jell-O salad (made with red hots – yummy!) and sitting together and reading the Christmas story before opening our presents. I can't remember what presents I received, but I always look back on the Christmas story. Tawra J. Kellam; Jill Cooper, Homemade Christmas
255. A person’s memory is everything, really. Memory is identity. It’s you.. Stephen King. Memory is identity. It’s you.. Stephen King
256. The more often you share what you've learned, the stronger that information will become in your memory. Steve Brunkhorst
257. “The children could look back and see their own car, green and lonely, in the middle of the parking lot.
258. Every man’s memory is his private literature. . – Aldous Huxley. Every man’s memory is his private literature. . – Aldous Huxley
259. ″‘But I don’t think I can let him go.’
260. “Memories can be vile, repulsive, little brutes. Like children I suppose. Haha. But can we live without them?”
261. “I am hopelessly in love with a memory. An echo from another time, another place.”
262. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love. – Leo Buscaglia
263. “I call to mind flatness and dampness; and then all is madness - the madness of a memory which busies itself among forbidden things.”
264. “How the little things that mark a new departure stamp themselves indelibly on the memory!”
265. “Figure out how to be keen on it, make it fun and you will learn quicker, and recollect more.” – Eimantas Gabalis
266. Someone said that God gave us memories so that we might have roses in December.
267. “No one remembers who came in second.”
268. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
269. “Smells and sounds I’d grown up with and known every year of my life until then but that had suddenly turned on me and acquired an inflection forever colored by the events of that summer.”
270. “It brings back Memories,” Estha, in his wisdom, explained to Chacko.
271. “You may not think you have a good memory, but you remember what’s important to you.” – Rick Warren
272. Memory is like a purse, if it be over-full that it cannot shut, all will drop out of it. Take heed of a gluttonous curiosity to feed on many things, lest the greediness of the appetite of thy memory spoil the digestion thereof.- Thomas Fuller
273. Now that I have opened that bottle of memories they’re pouring out like wine, crimson and bittersweet. . ― Ellen Hopkins. Now that I have opened that bottle of memories they’re pouring out like wine, crimson and bittersweet. . ― Ellen Hopkins
274. “I thought past memories are everything to us, but now it’s about what we live in the present to write new memories.”
275. “As long as we can love each other, and remember the feeling of love we had, we can die without ever really going away. All the love you created is still there. All the memories are still there. You live on—in the hearts of everyone you have touched and nurtured while you were here.”
276. What sets sisters apart from brothers and also from friends is a very intimate meshing of heart, soul and the mystical cords of memory. Carol Saline
277. A picture is worth a thousand words, but a memory is priceless.
278. “Memories are the key not to the past, but to the future.” – Corrie ten Boom
279. Appreciating in the collection of past events is one thing; being obsessed with the past is another.
280. It was kind of like a home, the car, Dicey thought. She understood why Sammy wanted to stay there.”
281. “It was during this period that he might have hearkened to the memories of the lair and the stream and run back to the Wild. But the memory of his mother held him...So he remained in his bondage waiting for her.”
282. “Before he’s completely gone, I reach out to grab a single petal and hold it tight against my chest. But somehow it slips through my fingers and vanishes into the sky. Just like the rest of him.”
283. “Oh, the dead! she murmured, one pitied them, one brushed them aside, one had even a little contempt for them. They are at our mercy.”
284. “I certainly do know heaps of stories, but I learned most of them from Gramps. Gram suggested I tell one about my mother. That I could not do. I had just reached the point where I could stop thinking about her every minute of every day.”
285. Human memory is a marvellous but fallacious instrument. The memories which lie within us are not carved in stone; not only do they tend to become erased as the years go by, but often they change, or even increase by incorporating extraneous features.. Primo Levi. . Human memory is a marvellous but fallacious instrument. The memories which lie within us are not carved in stone; not only do they tend to become erased as the years go by, but often they change, or even increase by incorporating extraneous features.. Primo Levi.
286. Memories may fade as the years go by but they won’t age a day. . – Michelle C. Memories may fade as the years go by but they won’t age a day. . – Michelle C
287. Nothing is ever really lost to us as long as we remember it. . – Lucy Maud Montgomery. Nothing is ever really lost to us as long as we remember it. . – Lucy Maud Montgomery
288. “It’s just that... without the memories it’s all meaningless.”
289. To observe attentively is to remember distinctly. Edgar Allan Poe
290. This love for others will manifest in praying for others and remembering others in our prayer life. Let’s be intentional at growing in this. Let’s grab a prayer journal and write down things to pray about for people in our life.
291. “He was prisoned in thought. Memory, like a horrible malady, was eating his soul away.”
292. “Be careful who you make memories with. Those things can last a lifetime.”
293. With anecdotes drawn from his palmiest days.
294. “Both halves were there, in the bushes. I saved them as a kind of souvenir. At first, they reminded me that the night wasn’t a dream. As I got older, they reminded me of what mattered in life.”
295. Those moments you fail are not the end, they are periods in which you recollect thoughts, ideas, and ambitions, and change direction. Benjamin Chapin, Think Positive
296. “Memory is the power to revive again in our minds those ideas which after imprinting have disappeared, or have been laid aside out of sight.” — John Locke
297. I cry for the pain, the lost, the old, the new,
298. “The old sweet memories are woven from good times.”
299. “But the mind is like a phantom that lives only in the past or future. Its only power over you is to draw your attention out of the present.”
300. “Your memory is a monster; it summons with will of its own. You think you have a memory, but it has you.”
301. “Sometimes small memories cover large part of our hearts!”
302. “Alone, abandoned by his premonitions, fleeing the chill that was to accompany him until death, he sought a last refuge in Macondo in the warmth of his oldest memories. ”
303. “Fear is the memory of pain. Addiction is the memory of pleasure. Freedom is beyond both.”. “Fear is the memory of pain. Addiction is the memory of pleasure. Freedom is beyond both.”
304. “Here’s a basic memory rule: You Can Remember Any New Piece of Information if It Is Associated to Something You Already Know or Remember.” – Harry Lorayne
305. I lived a lifetime in the moment I read those lines, a life that was not the one I had actually lived. I became a different person, who remembered a different childhood. I didn’t understand the magic of those words then, and I don’t understand it now. I know only this: that when my mother told me she had not been the mother to me that she wished she’d been, she became that mother for the first time.”
306. As believers, we can trust in our loving Savior who restores our brokenness and makes us new and beautiful. We have a Savior who heals and redeems. I encourage you to bring your wounds to Christ and allow Him to heal you and repair your scars. Be open and honest with Him. We doubt God so often. We forget that He cares so deeply about the intimate part of our lives.
307. Practicing mindfulness meditation also helps to thicken the hippocampus, the part of our brain responsible for learning and our memory. Deirdre O'Reilly, Surfing The Waves Of Stress
308. They were eyes no longer, but had become those fathomless mirrors which in men who have known the depths of suffering may replace the conscious gaze, so that they no longer see reality but reflect the memory of past events.
309. Memories are special moments that tell our story.
310. “But since thou canst not be my wife, at least thou shalt be my tree; my hair, my lyre, my quiver shall always have thee, oh laurel!”
311. “The past becomes dreamy because its symbols have all vanished, and the present too is dreamy because it is linked with no memories.”
312. Philippians 3:13-14 “Of course, my friends, I really do not[a] think that I have already won it; the one thing I do, however, is to forget what is behind me and do my best to reach what is ahead. 14 So I run straight toward the goal in order to win the prize, which is God’s call through Christ Jesus to the life above.”
313. “My best fishing-memory is about some fish that I never caught.”
314. “More than 1500 students showed me when to talk and when to listen. They taught me how to imagine, and how to dream. They gave me wonderful memories, and left footprints on my heart.” – Jacquie McTaggart. “More than 1500 students showed me when to talk and when to listen. They taught me how to imagine, and how to dream. They gave me wonderful memories, and left footprints on my heart.” – Jacquie McTaggart
315. “They understood that I had to be away from the places that held the memories of my friend.”
316. “Perhaps--I want the old days back again and they’ll never come back, and I am haunted by the memory of them and of the world falling about my ears.”
317. “Commemorate and celebrate God’s faithfulness on a daily basis.”
318. “Remember the goodness of God in the frost of adversity.” — Charles H. Spurgeon
319. Many incidents of those early years are fixed in my memory, isolated, but clear and distinct, making the sense of that silent, aimless, dayless life all the more intense. Helen Keller, The Story of My Life
320. “Our pictures are our footprints. It’s the best way to tell people we were here.”
321. “I want to remember . . . Because it happened to me. And I’m still me.”
322. The difference between false memories and true ones is the same as for jewels: it is always the false ones that look the most real, the most brilliant.- Salvador Dalí
323. Memories warm you up from the inside. But they also tear you apart.”
324. Experience had taught me that even the most precious memories fade with the passage of time. . – Nicholas Spark. Experience had taught me that even the most precious memories fade with the passage of time. . – Nicholas Spark
325. “Memories are bullets. Some whiz by and only spook you. Others tear you open and leave you in pieces.” – Richard Kadrey. “Memories are bullets. Some whiz by and only spook you. Others tear you open and leave you in pieces.” – Richard Kadrey
326. Memories are always invisible to eyes but can be felt with heart.
327. “Memory is the treasury and guardian of all things.” – Marcus Tullius Cicero
328. There are some things one remembers even though they may never have happened. . – Harold Pinter. There are some things one remembers even though they may never have happened. . – Harold Pinter
329. “Love isn’t restricted by time because every minute and every second creates beautiful memories.” — Jaejoong
330. “Then I knew we were getting to Grandma’s town. It was sound asleep in the hour before dawn. We slowed past the depot, and now we were coming to Grandma’s, the last house in town. It was lit up like a jack-o’-lantern.”
331. “I came to the mound where my ancestors had sometimes camped in the summer. I thought of them and of the happy times spent in my house on the headland, of my canoe lying unfinished beside the trail. I thought of many things, but stronger was the wish to be where people lived, to hear their voices and their laughter.”
332. A retentive memory may be a good thing, but the ability to forget is the true token of greatness. . – Elbert Hubbard. A retentive memory may be a good thing, but the ability to forget is the true token of greatness. . – Elbert Hubbard
333. You may be gone from my sight but you are never gone from my heart.
334. “If only there could be an invention that bottled up a memory, like scent. And it never faded, and it never got stale. And then, when one wanted it, the bottle could be uncorked, and it would be like living the moment all over again.”
335. “Remembering home he suddenly became inward and didn’t want to say any more about all that. He dabbed flakes of croissant on to a finger-end and licked them away.”
336. Be honest for a second about yourself. Are you remembering others in your prayers? We tell people all the time, “I’m going to pray for you.” However, do we actually remember people in our prayers? There is a beautiful thing that happens as we grow in our intimacy and love for Christ.
337. “You can’t trust your memory, when you think of an idea write it down.” – Joe Hinchliffe
338. “I find it very difficult to let a friend or beloved go into that country of no return. I answer the heroic question, “Death, where is thy sting?” with “It is here in my heart, and my mind, and my memories.”
339. The heart’s memory eliminates the bad and magnifies the good.- Gabriel García Márquez
340. “Leftovers in their less visible form are called memories. Stored in the refrigerator of the mind and the cupboard of the heart.” – Thomas Fuller
341. “Memories are like antiques, the older they are the more valuable they became.”
342. “Some are too much brutalized by slavery to feel the humiliation of their position; but many slaves feel it most acutely, and shrink from the memory of it.”
343. “Relationships may change throughout the gift of time, memories stay the same forever in my mind.” — Jackie Robinson
344. Your self is created by your memories, and your memories are created by your mental habits. Rick Warren
345. “I have to see a thing a thousand times before I see it once.”
346. “Just as food eaten without appetite is a tedious nourishment, so does study without zeal damage the memory by not assimilating what it absorbs.” – Leonardo da Vinci
347. “We must use time wisely for our development and advancement; so that when we are old, we can look back and recollect the pleasant memories and deeds that we have achieved.” – Michael Lee
348. Make sure that your life is full of happy memories in the end.
349. Sometimes it only takes one song to bring back a thousand memories.
350. Memory can glean, but can never renew. It brings us joys faint as is the perfume of the flowers, faded and dried, of the summer that is gone.. Henry Ward Beecher. . Memory can glean, but can never renew. It brings us joys faint as is the perfume of the flowers, faded and dried, of the summer that is gone.. Henry Ward Beecher.
351. Memories may fade as the years go by but they won't age a day. Michelle C. Ustaszeski
352. “Without memory, there is no culture. Without memory, there would be no civilization, no society, no future.” – Elie Wiesel
353. You can't trust your memory, when you think of an idea write it down. Joe Hinchliffe, Average Joe's Secrets to Personal Development
354. Don’t cry because it’s over; smile because it happened. – Dr. Seuss
355. “Remembering God’s faithfulness in the past strengthens us for the future.”
356. ″... I am just a chapter in your life, there will be many more. Remember our wonderful memories, but please don’t be afraid to make some more.”
357. Enjoy good memories. But don't spend your remaining days here looking back, wishing for "the good old days. Randy Alcorn, God's Promise of Happiness
358. “Esperanza bent closer to look at the stems rooted in mulch [...] Now, if they bloomed she could drink the memories of the roses that had known Papa.”
359. “A lifetime of love and beautiful memories.”
360. “But the memory changes you, right? It makes you a different person.”
361. “I wish we could choose which memories to remember.”
362. “I still remember the days I prayed for the things I have now.”
363. “Fond memory brings the light of other days around me.” — Thomas Moore
364. “Memories are timeless treasures of the heart.”
365. Remember what God has done for you.
366. “Whenever I think of the past, it brings back so many memories.”
367. It’s surprising how much memory is built around things unnoticed at the time. . – Barbara Kingsolver. It’s surprising how much memory is built around things unnoticed at the time. . – Barbara Kingsolver
368. “Whether we and our politicians know it or not, Nature is party to all our deals and decisions, and she has more votes, a longer memory, and a sterner sense of justice than we do.”
369. “Right now I’m having amnesia and déjà vu at the same time. I think I’ve forgotten this before.” ― Steven Wright
370. “But why can’t everyone have the memories? I think it would seem a little easier if the memories were shared. You and I wouldn’t have to bear so much by ourselves, if everybody took a part.”
371. “Memory is, of course, a trickster.”
372. We must use time wisely for our development and advancement; so that when we are old, we can look back and recollect the pleasant memories and deeds that we have achieved. Michael Lee, Use Your Time Wisely!
373. “Your self is created by your memories, and your memories are created by your mental habits.” – Rick Warren
374. A good life is a collection of happy memories. . – Dennis Waitley. A good life is a collection of happy memories. . – Dennis Waitley
375. “I was real happy and carefree and young...”
376. ″... but wouldn’t it have been more beautiful still, Anne, if there had been no separation or misunderstanding . . . if they had come hand in hand all the way through life, with no memories behind them but those which belonged to each other.”
377. the stronger that information will become in your memory. Steve Brunkhorst
378. “No one can erase or steal those sweetest memories of love.”
379. “Travel gives a character of experience to our knowledge, and brings the figures on the tablet of memory into strong relief.” — Henry Theodore Tuckerman
380. The last time he had seen her.”
381. When I was younger, I could remember anything, whether it had happened or not.- Mark Twain
382. The human brain can remember events, skills, habits, and experiences. The sum of what is remembered is called a memory. Frank Knoll, Memory: Renew Your Memory
383. Good memories are most often created without conscious effort. These are the memories that result from those unselfish acts or behaviors that give of our time, talents or gifts without any due regard for repayment. Byron R. Pulsifer
384. God will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.
385. Life brings so much yet takes it away so suddenly. And, at the time of death what we are left with is shared friendship and memories.. Byron Pulsifer. . Life brings so much yet takes it away so suddenly. And, at the time of death what we are left with is shared friendship and memories.. Byron Pulsifer.
386. “All good men and women must take responsibility to create legacies that will take the next generation to a level we could only imagine.”
387. There will always be unforgettable memories behind your goodbyes.
388. “The Savior is the perfect example of praying for others with real intent. In His great Intercessory Prayer uttered on the night before His Crucifixion, Jesus prayed for His Apostles and all of the Saints.” David A. Bednar. “The Savior is the perfect example of praying for others with real intent. In His great Intercessory Prayer uttered on the night before His Crucifixion, Jesus prayed for His Apostles and all of the Saints.” David A. Bednar
389. It takes one thought, one second, one moment or positive memory to act as a catalyst for the light to gradually seep in again. Fearne Cotton, Happy
390. “There were no troublesome memories in his childish sleep; no token came to him of his brave days at college, of the glittering years when he flustered the hearts of many girls. There were only the white, safe walls of his crib and Nana and a man who came to see him sometimes, and a great big orange ball that Nana pointed at just before his twilight bed hour and called “sun.” When the sun went his eyes were sleepy – there were no dreams, no dreams to haunt him.”
391. “Things that were hard to bear are sweet to remember.” – Seneca the Younger
392. Make memories in people’s hearts because your memories will be all that’s left of you when you’re gone.
393. “Nothing proves that you love someone more than mentioning them in your prayers.”
394. “She paused, as though she were remembering events that happened hundreds of years before that time.”
395. Nothing fixes a thing so intensely in the memory as the wish to forget it. . – Michel de Montaigne. Nothing fixes a thing so intensely in the memory as the wish to forget it. . – Michel de Montaigne
396. Two words that have deeply impacted my life are “God knows.” How beautiful it is to truly grasp the concept that God knows. He also understands. He understands how you feel, He is faithful to help you, and He is with you through it all.
397. “By the time I was two, all my memories had words, and all my words had meanings. But only in my head. I have never spoken one single word.”
398. “I am a stranger in this church. Indeed, I have not been here since spring of 1692, so long ago now that it seems but a dim memory, and the girl I was at that time seems certainly like another person. Me and yet not me, that young girl. For she was as innocent to the dangers around her as my own baby daughter who now sleeps peacefully in my arms.”
399. “I do not remember to have ever met a slave who could tell of his birthday.”
400. “The secret to a really great friendship is just creating fun memories whenever you’re with that person.”
401. Never spend your fortune on the tangibles but on experiences and intangible moments that will someday become memories. – Jeremiah Say
402. “He could imagine some people thinking that he was walking to outpace the memories of the world he’d left behind...”
403. We are no more bf-gf. We are strangers to each other but with lots of memories.
404. It was an opportunity to honour our memories and to make room for new ones. - Jilly Pretzel
405. The amazing power of pictures to stay in the memory is well documented. . – Graham Shaw,. The amazing power of pictures to stay in the memory is well documented. . – Graham Shaw,
406. The best things in life are the people you love, the places you’ve seen and the memories you’ve made along the way.
407. “And all plans, safeguards, policing, and coercion are fruitless. We find after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us.”
408. “Imagination has a great potential to improve your memory. It allows traveling beyond the horizon, attaching various stories or images to the things you wish to remember, in turn it will strengthen your memory.” –William D, Memory
409. Memories with the person that we love lasts a lifetime. Enjoy every moment with your spouse or your boyfriend/girlfriend. Even small moments are going to be things that you look back on and laugh at and reminisce on together.
410. There are memories I am better off without. Things better lost forever.
411. Our Christmas message for you, at this special time of year, may your home be filled with happiness and laughter where memories are made. Good times, good memories and the love of family is one of the best we could every receive. Catherine Pulsifer
412. “What happens in a certain place can stain your feelings for that location, just as ink can stain a white sheet. You can wash it, and wash it, and still never forget what has transpired - a word which here means ‘happened, and made everybody sad’.”
413. ″‘If you take a book with you on a journey,’ Mo had said when he put the first one in her box, ‘an odd thing happens: The book begins collecting your memories. And forever after you have only to open that book to be back where you first read it. It will all come into your mind with the very first words: the sights you saw in that place, what it smelled like, the ice cream you ate while you were reading it... yes, books are like flypaper—memories cling to the printed page better than anything else.‘”
414. “For the majority of people, once the immediate posttrauma period has passed, memories of the trauma are not much more intrusive or memorable than any other memories. Time really can heal.”
415. “At some point in life the world’s beauty becomes enough. You don’t need to paint, photograph or even remember it. It is enough.”
416. “Smell is important. It reminds a person of all the things he’s been through; it is a sheath of memories and security.”
417. “We’re here, you know ... All the time. You can talk to us and think about us. It doesn’t have to be sad or scary.”
418. “We do not know the true value of our moments until they have undergone the test of memory.”
419. “Lost love is still love. It takes a different form, that’s all. You can’t see their smile or bring them food or tousle their hair or move them around a dance floor. But when those senses weaken another heightens. Memory. Memory becomes your partner. You nurture it. You hold it. You dance with it.”
420. “It is the experiences, the memories, the great triumphant joy of living to the fullest extent in which real meaning is found. God it’s great to be alive! Thank you. Thank you.”
421. “People leave strange little memories of themselves behind when they die.” – Haruki Murakami
422. “Take care of all your memories. For you cannot relive them.”
423. “Memory is satisfied desire.” — Carlos Fuentes
424. Life can be noisy. It can be exhausting too. There are too many things vying for our attention, and sometimes we inadvertently forget how important our wellbeing is. Jayne Hardy, The self care project
425. “Memories are like a garden. Regularly tend the pleasant blossoms and remove the invasive weeds.”
426. That had kissed his hand through the barred train window. First class, on the Madras Mail to Madras.
427. It doesn't matter what you did in the past, you can't change it. The best you can do about your past is to be nostalgic with your family and loved ones about happy memories. Zoe McKey, The Unlimited Mind
428. “Cakes are special. Every birthday, every celebration ends with something sweet, a cake, and people remember. It’s all about the memories.”. “Cakes are special. Every birthday, every celebration ends with something sweet, a cake, and people remember. It’s all about the memories.”
429. “I was assailed by memories of a life that wasn’t mine anymore, but one in which I’d found the simplest and most lasting joys.”
430. A healthy relationship requires you to let go of the bitter memories of past and moves on with a new hope. Adam Green, T.D. Jakes: Greatest Life Lessons
431. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
432. “When we pray for others, God listens to you and blessed them. So when you are safe and happy, remember that someone is praying for you.”
433. I consent to receiving emails and personalized ads.
434. “The best memories begin with the most insane ideas.”
435. “Remember my friend, that knowledge is stronger than memory, and we should not trust the weaker.”
436. “No one can ever take your memories from you – each day is a new beginning, make good memories every day.” – Catherine Pulsifer
437. “Memories are always special… Sometimes we laugh by remembering the days we cried, and we cry by remembering the days that we laughed.”
438. “Somehow, long ago, my little kid’s brain had pasted together pieces of overheard conversations: When Mom was a teenager, I started making her belly fat.”″
439. “When we think of the past it’s the beautiful things we pick out. We want to believe it was all like that.” – Margaret Atwood
440. “In Louis Creed’s memory that one moment always held a magical quality--partly, perhaps, because it really was magical, but mostly because the rest f the evening was so wild. In the next three hours, neither peace nor magic made an appearance.”
441. “I don’t need to worry that Finch and I never filmed our wanderings. It’s okay that we didn’t collect souvenirs or that we never had time to pull it all together in a way that made sense to anyone else but us. The thing I realize is that it’s not what you take, but it’s what you leave.”
442. We take photos as a return ticket to a moment otherwise gone.
443. “When I was little, something as small as Mom picking me up ten minutes late threw me into a wild panic.”
444. “I cry for the time that you were almost mine,
445. For in the end, it is all about memory, its sources and its magnitude, and, of course, its consequences.
446. “At the end, we are all the same, just a body with only our actions and others’ memories to define who we are.”
447. “So they all went away from the little log house. The shutters were over the windows, so the little house could not see them go. It stayed there inside the log fence, behind the two big oak trees that in the summertime had made green roofs for Mary and Laura to play under. And that was the last of the little house.”
448. “Cherish every moment with those you love at every stage of your journey.”
449. “They shared the weight of memory. They took up what others could no longer bear. Often, they carried each other, the wounded or weak.”
450. Memory is the mother of all wisdom. . – Aeschylus,. Memory is the mother of all wisdom. . – Aeschylus,
451. The Giver sighed. “You’re right,” he said. “But then everyone would be burdened and pained. They don’t want that. And that’s the real reason The Receiver is so vital to them, and so honored. They selected me - and you - to lift that burden from themselves.”
452. The more often you share what you've learned,
453. Work on growing in worship and dwelling on the Lord throughout the day. Talk to Him throughout the day even while you are working. Allow God to renew your mind and build the love relationship between you and Him. Also, if you desire a relationship with the Lord, I encourage you to click this link, “How can I have a personal relationship with God?“
454. “Love isn’t restricted by time because every minute and every second creates beautiful memories.”
455. How do you want to be remembered?
456. “Memories warm you up from the inside. But they also tear you apart.”
457. “May today be a happy memory, tomorrow a bright new promise. Happy Birthday.” — Rob Jackson
458. That’s the problem with memories: you can visit them, but you can’t live in them. . – Shaun David Hutchinson. That’s the problem with memories: you can visit them, but you can’t live in them. . – Shaun David Hutchinson
459. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.
460. Allow this to become a healthy practice in your life. He’s the same God that delivered you before. He’s the same God who answered your prayer and revealed Himself in such a powerful way. If He has done it before, will He forsake you now? The obvious answer is no. Remember what He has done in your life. Also, remember what He has done in the lives of other Christians that you know and the lives of men and women in the Bible.
461. “All I had to do was swap my memories for theirs, and I could have my family.”
462. “Never let your memories be greater than your dreams.”
463. When time fades memory and loved ones are no longer with us, what is left? Photos. A. R. Knight, Smartphone Photography
464. “Oh come on!” Chacko said. “You can’t dictate what she does with her own spit!”
465. “His eyes are a midnight moment filled with memories, the only windows into my world.”
466. “People have long memories for such deeds in a great person.”
467. “It was, I remembered thinking, the most difficult walk anyone had to make.
468. “What we call memories are really present thoughts. What we call anticipations are really present thoughts. No one has ever lived in any moment except the present.” – Emmet Fox. “What we call memories are really present thoughts. What we call anticipations are really present thoughts. No one has ever lived in any moment except the present.” – Emmet Fox
469. “Memories of the past are not memories of facts but memories of your imaginings of the facts.” — Philip Roth
470. “I will never, ever regret the things I’ve done. Because most days, if you’re stuck in one of these, all you have are places in your memory that you can go to.”
471. Mindfulness can be an extremely grand subject but on the other hand it's very basic, it is basically, memory. Joseph Sorensen, Brain Disorders
472. “Good times become good memories and bad times become good lesson.”
473. Living in memories is an empty gesture. . – Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Living in memories is an empty gesture. . – Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh
474. “There would be many things to follow, as our friendship has many things. And so much of them reminds me of the happiness our friendship brings.” – Julie Hebert
475. What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce. - Karl Lagerfeld
476. “Memories may fade as the years go by but they won’t age a day.” –Michelle C. Ustaszeski
477. She glances at the photo, and the pilot light of memory flickers in her eyes. . – Frank Deford. She glances at the photo, and the pilot light of memory flickers in her eyes. . – Frank Deford
478. When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.
479. “The things that go wrong often make the best memories.”
480. “If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.” – Mark Twain
481. “Time and space may separate us, but not the thoughts and memories that bind us.” — Ed Parker
482. Our childhood memories are often fragments, brief moments or encounters, which together form the scrapbook of our life. Edith Eger, The Choice.
483. Memories, even bittersweet ones, are better than nothing. . – Jennifer L. Memories, even bittersweet ones, are better than nothing. . – Jennifer L
484. “Your memory is the glue that binds your life together; everything you are today is because of your amazing memory. You are a data collecting being, and your memory is where your life is lived.” – Kevin Horsley
485. The memories come, and come. She listens, staring into the grain of the stone. We are all there, goddess and mortal and the boy who was both.”
486. A good friend knows all your best stories. A best friend has been there to live them with you.
487. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
488. Memory is the diary we all carry about with us. . – Oscar Wilde. Memory is the diary we all carry about with us. . – Oscar Wilde
489. “Memory is the treasure house of the mind wherein the monuments thereof are kept and preserved.” – Thomas Fuller
490. “And with each sip, he remembered his family passing the bottles from hand to hand, laughing at the tickly bubbles, sharing and laughing together.”
491. “Memories were a welcome reprieve from the worries of my day.” – Unknown
492. “The great use of life is to spend it for something that will outlast it.”
493. “Pleasure is the flower that passes; remembrance, the lasting perfume.” – Jean de Boufflers
494. “Enjoy good memories. But don’t spend your remaining days here looking back, wishing for “the good old days.” – Randy Alcorn
495. “Neither question nor answer was meant as anything more than a polite preamble to conversation. Both [Rahel] and [Comrade Pillai] knew that there are things that can be forgotten. And things that cannot – that sit on dusty shelves like stuffed birds with baleful, sideways-staring eyes.”
496. Live your life so when you’re dying, you are smiling, even if everyone else is crying.
497. “When we behold the face of God, all memories of pain and suffering will vanish. Our souls shall be totally healed.” — R.C. Sproul. “When we behold the face of God, all memories of pain and suffering will vanish. Our souls shall be totally healed.” — R.C. Sproul
498. No matter how far we travel, the memories will follow in the baggage car. . – August Strindberg. No matter how far we travel, the memories will follow in the baggage car. . – August Strindberg
499. In memory everything seems to happen to music. . – Tennessee Williams. In memory everything seems to happen to music. . – Tennessee Williams
500. “Be happy for this moment. This moment is your life.”
501. Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West
502. No one can ever take your memories from you - each day is a new beginning, make good memories every day. Catherine Pulsifer
503. When our heart aligns with God’s heart we will care about what God cares about. God cares about people. When we grow in our intimacy with Christ we will grow in our love for others.
504. How we live our lives now impacts the legacy we leave behind. As believers, not only do we want to be a blessing to this world now, but we want to be a blessing even after we leave this earth. The life that we live now should be examples of godly living and it should bring encouragement and inspiration to our family and friends.
505. “Thank you for coming into my life and giving me joy, thank you for loving me and receiving my love in return. Thank you for the memories I will cherish forever. But most of all, thank you for showing me that there will come a time when I can eventually let you go. ”
506. “Avoidance occurs on two levels. On the first level, there is an emotional avoidance of all distressing memories, thoughts, and feelings about the trauma. On the second, there is a behavioral avoidance of the people, places, conversations, activities, objects, and situations that cause those distressing trauma-related memories, thoughts, or feelings.”
507. Memories play a very confusing role, they make us laugh when we remember the times we cried but make us cry when we remember the times we laughed!
508. “A million feelings, a thousand thoughts, a hundred memories, one person.”
509. “I choose to remember what God has done because it frames my perspective as I wait for what He will do.”
510. “At most, I could allow myself only a few minutes to cry for him—to grieve our lives, and then I had to push the memories away, burying them deep inside of me once again so that I could function. So that I could go on.”
511. Memory breeds in me strange loneliness. . – William Herbert Carruth. Memory breeds in me strange loneliness. . – William Herbert Carruth
512. Memory is the only paradise from which we cannot be driven. . – Jean Paul. Memory is the only paradise from which we cannot be driven. . – Jean Paul
513. I loved the words of Charles Spurgeon, “Memory is a fit handmaid for faith. When faith has its seven years of famine, memory like Joseph in Egypt opens her granaries.” Not only should we be remembering God’s great works, but we should also meditate on them day and night. Meditating on God’s past faithfulness has helped me to have peace and joy in trials that I have undergone. I’ve noticed a deep and genuine thankfulness for the Lord while going through these trials. Our memories will become some of our greatest praises. Use memories as a point to drive you in prayer.
514. “I won’t be a carer any more come the end of the year, and though I’ve got a lot out of it, I have to admit I’ll welcome the chance to rest—to stop and think and remember. I’m sure it’s at least partly to do with that, to do with preparing for the change of pace, that I’ve been getting this urge to order all these old memories.”
515. “Memories may fade as the years go by but they won’t age a day.”
516. “For eight years it had lain in their minds, and though they had given up speaking of it- people only laughed- they had always known the man, their friend, would come back. He has said one day they would know who he was.”
517. “It’s important that you know. Our family memory must not be lost.”
518. “The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough.”
519. “As I confronted her, the changes grew less apparent to me, her identity stronger. She was there, in the full vigor of her personality, battered but not diminished, looking at me, speaking to me in the husky, breathy voice I remembered so well.”
520. “Noah has fallen in love with the new Allie, not her memory, but then he had never really stopped, and this he realizes, is his destiny.”
521. Memory is a complicated thing, a relative to truth, but not its twin. . – Barbara Kingsolver. Memory is a complicated thing, a relative to truth, but not its twin. . – Barbara Kingsolver
522. To observe attentively is to remember distinctly.
523. Memories are the best things in life, I think. . – Romy Schneider. Memories are the best things in life, I think. . – Romy Schneider
524. Memories were a welcome reprieve from the worries of my day. Author Unknown
525. “Forbidden to remember, terrified to forget; it was a hard line to walk.” ― Stephenie Meyer
526. The moments we share are the moments we keep forever.
527. “Remember how God helped you before.”
528. “Memories, even your most precious ones, fade surprisingly quickly. But I don’t go along with that. The memories I value most, I don’t ever see them fading.” ― Kazuo Ishiguro. “Memories, even your most precious ones, fade surprisingly quickly. But I don’t go along with that. The memories I value most, I don’t ever see them fading.” ― Kazuo Ishiguro
529. “As individuals each of us is extremely isolated, while ... all linked by a prototypical memory. ”
530. “Robin was a great kid. Smarter than her father at eight years old. She liked the oddest things. Like the instructions for a toy more than the toy itself. The credits of a movie instead of the movie. The way something was written. An expression on my face.”
531. “Karma, memory, and desire are just the software of the soul. It’s conditioning that the soul undergoes in order to create experience. And it’s a cycle. In most people, the cycle is a conditioned response. They do the same things over and over again.”
532. Memory is the diary that we all carry about with us. – Oscar Wilde
533. “Mostly I thought of Mama. And when I first sat here, with my three-year-old boy beside me and the baby in my arms, it was Mama’s face I saw, Mama’s voice I heard, like it was yesterday.”
534. For he once was a Star of the highest degree —
535. “The first place that I can well remember was a large pleasant meadow with a pond of clear water in it. Some shady trees leaned over it, and rushes and water-lilies grew at the deep end. Over the hedge on one side we looked into a plowed field, and on the other we looked over a gate at our master’s house, which stood by the roadside; at the top of the meadow was a grove of fir trees, and at the bottom a running brook overhung by a steep bank.”
536. “Science has proven that people who regularly jot down their thoughts in a journal are less likely to have cognitive and memory loss as they age.” – Christian J. Borg
537. Allow God to shower you with His love and comfort. You are never too broken for restoration and liberation in Christ. Your identity is not in your past. You are not that past memory. You are who God says that you are. If you are a believer, I want to remind you that your identity is found in Christ. Continually remind yourself of that. Dwell on those powerful truths.
538. No one can ever take your memories from you. each day is a new beginning, make good memories every day. – Catherine Pulsifer. No one can ever take your memories from you. each day is a new beginning, make good memories every day. – Catherine Pulsifer
539. The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart. – Elisabeth Foley
540. “Humans, not places, make memories.” – Ama Ata Aidoo
541. “Their beautiful mother’s mouth, Estha thought. Ammu’s mouth.
542. The only real treasure is in your head. Memories are better than diamonds and nobody can steal them from you.. Rodman Philbrick. . The only real treasure is in your head. Memories are better than diamonds and nobody can steal them from you.. Rodman Philbrick.
543. “I descended the steps of this fire escape for a last time and followed, from then on, in my father’s footsteps, attempting to find in motion what was lost in space. . . . I would have stopped, but I was pursued by something. . . . I pass the lighted window of a shop where perfume is sold. The window is filled with pieces of colored glass, tiny transparent bottles in delicate colors, like bits of a shattered rainbow. Then all at once my sister touches my shoulder. I turn around and look into her eyes. Oh, Laura, Laura, I tried to leave you behind me, but I am more faithful than I intended to be!”
544. You can't trust your memory, when you think of an idea write it down. Joe Hinchliffe
545. “Some memories are realities and are better than anything that can ever happen to one again.” – Willa Cather
546. ″‘You are young,’ replied Athos, ‘and your bitter recollections have time to be changed into sweet remembrances.‘”
547. “The worst memories stick with us, while the nice ones always seem to slip through our fingers.” – Rachel Vincent
548. “Mind your own business,” Ammu snapped.
549. “The happiest memories are of moments that ended when they should have.” – Robert Breault
550. No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar. Abraham Lincoln
551. “If I could go back and do it all over again.”
552. “Those moments you fail are not the end, they are periods in which you recollect thoughts, ideas, and ambitions, and change direction.” – Benjamin Chapin
553. “Own only what you can always carry with you: know languages, know countries, know people. Let your memory be your travel bag.”
554. “I don’t want to be one of those easily forgotten people, so important at the time, so special, so influential, and so treasured, yet years later just a vague face and a distant memory.”
555. “The greatest treasures are those invisible to the eye but felt by the heart.”
556. “All water has a perfect memory and is forever trying to get back to where it was.” – Toni Morrison
557. It’s sad when someone can walk right by you and pretend you were never a big part of their life. - Jessica Butil
558. “Instead of spending too much time recycling old memories, how about focusing on making new ones now?”
559. “But if thou live, remember’d not to be,