Memory Quotes

Capture yesterday’s moments,they are future memories.
– Penwell Chiloane

Delete unwanted memories and create more precious memories to enjoy your Life.
– Pushkar Saraf

The moment one is satisfied with themselves is the moment we no longer grow.
– Arely Martinez Garcia

The gift of the moments and its lessons prepares us for a better tomorrow.
– Lailah Gifty Akita

If you want to be alive – invent yourself every moment.
– lity Munshi

There are moments on stage when everything comes together. Then the kid in the front row coughs.
– Connie Brockway

The moment you put someone on a pedestal they will look down upon you. The trick is respecting each other equally.
– Teresa Mummert

What will remain is neither you nor me but what we shared among each others.
– Santosh Kalwar

Each moment spent on this bright blue planet is precious so use it carefully.
– Santosh Kalwar

Things can be cleaned and replaced. Great moments cannot afford to be lost.
– Cindy Woodsmall

No matter how much suffering you went through, you never wanted to let go of those memories.
– Haruki Murakami

The moment has no time.
– Leonardo Da Vinci

The memory of benefits is a frail defence against ingratitude.
– Leonardo Da Vinci

Whoever in debate quotes authority uses not intellect, but memory.
– Leonardo Da Vinci

People say that a time machine can’t be invented, but they’ve already invented a device that can stop time, cameras are the world’s first time machines.
– Rebecca McNutt

We all leave behind bits of loose thread. Old operations, old enemies. They pull at you, like memories of old lovers.
– Daniel Silva

Sometimes the best vacation is simply closing your eyes for several minutes and recalling wonderful memories.
– Anonymous

The path of memory is neither straight or safe, and we travel down it at our risk.
– Neil Gaiman

Strange, how the best moments of our lives we scarcely notice except in looking back.
– Joe Abercrombie

Everyone has two memories. The one you can tell and the one that is stuck to the underside of that, the dark, tarry smear of what happened.
– Amy Bloom