Memory Quotes and Sayings - Page 4
Keep the time between good memories short for all that keep you in their company.
Didn’t know that good memories would be more painful than bad ones.
Time passes. Memories fade. Feelings change. People leave. But hearts never forget.
Memory believes before knowing remembers. Believes longer than recollects, longer than knowing even wonders.
– William Faulkner
To make others happy, you must be happy with yourself.
And I hope this is printed!!!
Don’t be too close to anyone, memory brings you tears.
The only thing worse than bad memories is no memory at all
A memory is like a snapshop pictures, it captures every laughters and every teardrops, just so you know; it is never been missed out.
You don’t just take a picture with a camera, you take it with your heart.
Save all the memories from the past… Later you’ll need them.
Good times may come and go…but memories last forever!
Memories play a very confusion role, they make us laugh when we remember the times we cried but makes us cry when we remember the times we laughed!
Make memories in people’s hearts because your memories will be all that’s left of you when you’re gone.
You can’t put your arms around a memory.
Nothing improves the memory more than trying to forget.
Your memory will bloom like a flower in the garden of my heart.
Do you not know that a man is not dead while his name is still spoken?
– Terry Pratchett
The reason why we hold on to memories so long is because while everything else changed memories don’t.
I can feel the hurt. There’s something good about it. Mostly it makes me stop remembering.
– Albert Borris
Sometimes you’ll never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory.:- )
The only thing worse than no memory is not making new ones.
Memories are our past, present and future.
Every man’s memory is his private literature.
– Aldous Huxley
When we die, we will turn into songs, and we will hear each other and remember each other.
– Rob Sheffield
Things die. But they don’t always stay dead. Believe me, I know.
– Richelle Mead