Quoted in "The Meaning of Life: Reflections in Words and Pictures on Why We Are Here," from Life Magazine (1991)
God gave us memories that we might have roses in December.j. m. barrie
I remember, I remember how my childhood fleeted by. The mirth of its December, and the warmth of its July.winthrop mackworth praed
The way you wear your hat, The way you sip your tea, The mem'ry of all that No, no! They can't take that away from me!Fred Astaire
Memory is the storehouse in which the substance of our knowledge is treasured up.
One need not be a Chamber - to be Haunted - One need not be a House - The Brain has Corridors - surpassing Material Place -
If you wish to forget anything on the spot, make a note that this thing is to be remembered.edgar allan poe
It is notorious that the memory strengthens as you lay burdens upon it, and becomes trustworthy as you trust it.thomas de quincey
I have the most ill-regulated memory. It does those things which it ought not to do and leaves undone the things it ought to have done.
Memories are like flagstones, time and distance work upon them like drops of acid.
I am a miser of my memories of you and will not spend them.
Memory is merely the process of tuning into vibrations that have been left behind in space and time.
A strong memory is commonly coupled with infirm judgement.
Things are revealed through the memories we have of them. Remembering a thing means seeing it only then for the first time.cesare pavese
Reminiscences make one feel so deliciously aged and sad.George Bernard Shaw
Memory... is the diary that we all carry about with us.oscar wilde
Memory is so corrupt that you remember only what you want to; if you want to forget about something, slowly but surely you dostefan zweig
A land of promise, a land of memory, a land of promise flowing with the milk and honey of delicious memories!
Memory, in widow's weeds, with naked feet stands on a tombstone.
As the dew to the blossom, the bud to the bee, as the scent to the rose, are those memories to me.