Memory - Memories Quotes

I grew up being the girl in the sidelines, singing the harmonies. That was my musical theater upbringing. Some of my fondest memories are of being in the rehearsal studio, practicing.

Life seems to me to consist of three parts: the absorbing and usually enjoyable present which rushes on from minute to minute with fatal speed; the future, dim and uncertain, for which one can make any number of interesting plans, the wilder and more improbable the better, since — as nothing will turn out as […]

I learned that even after a single day’s experience of the outside world a man could easily live a hundred years in prison. He’d have laid up enough memories never to be bored. (“The Stranger”)

The great thing about getting older is that you don’t lose all the other ages you’ve been.

Melody is a form of remembrance… It must have a quality of inevitability in our ears.

Only strong personalities can endure history, the weak ones are extinguished by it.

Teflon brain – nothing sticks.