Best 929 of Story quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 19 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

We write to share our thoughts and our lives.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Crestless Wave

And then they bid their final goodbye which marked the end of their story. And beginning of two new stories.

By Anonym 15 Sep

F. K. Preston

But I can’t control my dreams. I can’t even remember them. For all I know I’m having the time of my life when I sleep, but I just can’t remember. So I’m forced to live in a life I have no control over. A life where I’m either numb to everything or terrified of every thought that crosses my mind. If this is all just a dream, then it sure is a disappointing one. But I still have time to try and control my dreams. I have time to try and make my dreams a reality in this waking life as well. The one bloody thing I have is time. I’ve got to remember that. I still have time. And despite everything, there is something reassuring about that.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Traci Chee

Captain Reed eyed him thoughtfully. "I built my whole life around the stories they about me. You know what I learned?" Archer shook his head. "What you do makes you who you are....

By Anonym 20 Sep

Nabil Toussi

when they asked me : why you still you use this old photo? my answer : photo? it's not a simple photo, it's a cover of a book that i can remember his story, page by page.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Sophie Kinsella

Other people's eyes are limitless and that's what scares me.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Robert Edison Fulton Jr.

No doubt you are wondering what you will find, out there.' The Commandant said it for me. 'Well, it would be useless for me to try and tell you. The desert tells a different story every time one ventures on it...

By Anonym 16 Sep

Nitya Prakash

In this story, we both are the ends...

By Anonym 17 Sep

David Albahari

Nema novih priča. Svaka priča je stara, već poznata i bezroj puta ponovljena. Kao što se svaki život kreće od rođenja do smrti, tako se i svaka priča kreće od početka do kraja. Čak i ako pokušate priču da ispričate od kraja, to će tada biti njen početak, kao što će njen početak biti njen kraj. I šta nam tada preostaje? Da prestanemo da pričamo priče? Ali ceo ovaj svet, naš svet, uobličen je od priča i kao priča, i ako pristanemo da prestanemo, tog sveta neće više biti, dok će od nas ostati samo senke, tamne mrlje na poleđini noći. (Nova priča)

By Anonym 18 Sep

Amit Kalantri

Power does not pardon, power punishes.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Yuval Noah Harari

Why does the theory of evolution provoke such objections, whereas nobody seems to care about the theory of relativity or quantum mechanics? How come politicians don’t ask that kids be exposed to alternative theories about matter, energy, space and time? After all, Darwin’s ideas seem at first sight far less threatening than the monstrosities of Einstein and Werner Heisenberg. The theory of evolution rests on the principle of the survival of the fittest, which is a clear and simple – not to say humdrum – idea. In contrast, the theory of relativity and quantum mechanics argue that you can twist time and space, that something can appear out of nothing, and that a cat can be both alive and dead at the same time. This makes a mockery of our common sense, yet nobody seeks to protect innocent schoolchildren from these scandalous ideas. Why? The theory of relativity makes nobody angry, because it doesn’t contradict any of our cherished beliefs. Most people don’t care an iota whether space and time are absolute or relative. If you think it is possible to bend space and time, well, be my guest. Go ahead and bend them. What do I care? In contrast, Darwin has deprived us of our souls. If you really understand the theory of evolution, you understand that there is no soul. This is a terrifying thought not only to devout Christians and Muslims, but also to many secular people who don’t hold any clear religious dogma, but nevertheless want to believe that each human possesses an eternal individual essence that remains unchanged throughout life, and can survive even death intact.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Peter Watts

Nine days after Perreault first saw the woman in black, an Indonesian mother of four came out of her tent long enough to claim that the mermaid had risen, fully-formed, from the very center of the quake. One of her boys, hearing this, said that he'd heard it was the other way around.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Aniket S Sharma

A book is a compilation of unexpressed expressions to connect the unknown knowns

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lisa Seger

A myth is a story that is "more than true." Many stories are true because one person, somewhere, at some time, lived it. But a myth is more than true because it is lived by all of us, at some level. It's a story that connects and speaks to us all.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Vera Nazarian

Every story needs to be worth telling.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amit Kalantri

For few matters you need to be solo, for some matters you need soul mate and for many matters you need society,

By Anonym 15 Sep

Harper Lee

As Kipling said, that’s another story...

By Anonym 17 Sep

Cathleen Falsani

Maybe that's why Jesus was so fond of parables: Nothing describes the indescribable like a good yarn.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Kate Morton

Winter passed, and the world around began to wake. The birds returned to the kingdom and set about readying their nests, deer could be seen once more grazing where the fields met the woods, and buds burst forth upon the branches of the kingdom's trees.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Arzum Uzun

Tell me a story. Be my storyteller.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Charlotte Eriksson

This is the story of a girl gone mad while trying to find a little bit of love.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Yuval Noah Harari

The humanities, in contrast, emphasise the crucial importance of intersubjective entities, which cannot be reduced to hormones and neurons. To think historically means to ascribe real power to the contents of our imaginary stories. Of course, historians don’t ignore objective factors such as climate changes and genetic mutations, but they give much greater importance to the stories people invent and believe. North Korea and South Korea are so different from one another not because people in Pyongyang have different genes to people in Seoul, or because the north is colder and more mountainous. It’s because the north is dominated by very different fictions. Maybe someday breakthroughs in neurobiology will enable us to explain communism and the crusades in strictly biochemical terms. Yet we are very far from that point. During the twenty-first century the border between history and biology is likely to blur not because we will discover biological explanations for historical events, but rather because ideological fictions will rewrite DNA strands; political and economic interests will redesign the climate; and the geography of mountains and rivers will give way to cyberspace. As human fictions are translated into genetic and electronic codes, the intersubjective reality will swallow up the objective reality and biology will merge with history. In the twenty-first century fiction might thereby become the most potent force on earth, surpassing even wayward asteroids and natural selection. Hence if we want to understand our future, cracking genomes and crunching numbers is hardly enough. We must also decipher the fictions that give meaning to the world.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Katty Unda

Each write the story of your life, so try writing the best you can.

By Anonym 19 Sep

F. K. Preston

The truth is there isn’t anything to me at all. All I know is that I can’t sleep well, I can’t dream well and I’m quite in love with you. That’s all there is to me. My greatest feature is my admiration for you. I know it’s not healthy. Like my insomnia. Like my dreamless nights. You make living alright. My nightmares come when I think of a night without Valeria. That’s when I realise you’re dead. That’s when I remember you’ve been gone for years. That’s when I remember I’m awake. And I wait for this dream called Life to leave me to my peace once and for all and forever.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Alan Maiccon

The writer visualizes the story before he even writes it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rinsai Rossetti

He. Does there have to be a he? It seems weak and unoriginal doesn’t it, for stories told by girls to always have a he?

By Anonym 19 Sep

F. K. Preston

There are no humans left. I should not be alone. I can’t help but wonder that. There were so many of us living. But time started growing young four years ago. It isn’t four years anymore. It’s a number I wouldn’t even be able to say. It feels like four years. It’s trapped in my tender memory as four years. It’s been an age. Multiple ages. It’s been lifetimes; every single lifetime that used to exist. I remember my mother screaming. I recall the doctors naming me as nurses wiped away her blood and covered her face with white. The end of the play. It’s been so long. Why am I alone?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Rebecca Solnit

Some people love their story that much even if it's of their own misery, even if it ties them to unhappiness, or they don't know how to stop telling it. Maybe it's about loving coherence more than comfort, but it might also be about fear—you have to die a little to be reborn, and death comes first, the death of a story, a familiar version of yourself

By Anonym 15 Sep

Christina Engela

Being captain of such a vessel was not a stressful job, despite the sheer size of the thing. Everything was automated, and this meant that this behemoth could be efficiently handled by a far less seasoned captain. Besides, hiring mature skippers with actual experience would cost real money. And hey, the computers ran everything anyway – and that’s how Bran Johannsen enters this story – as a fine young inexperienced graduate of the Merchant Space Academy in Mars City, who only got his Executive Officer’s ticket four short years ago.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Amit Kalantri

A poor, who hates power, once become powerful, hates poor.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Paul E. Miller

If you wait, your heavenly Father will pick you up, carry you out into the night, and make your life sparkle. He wants to dazzle you with the wonder of his love.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

Writing is a holy occupation.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Suzy Kassem

WONDERLAND It is a person's unquenchable thirst for wonder That sets them on their initial quest for truth. The more doors you open, the smaller you become. The more places you see and the more people you meet, The greater your curiosity grows. The greater your curiosity, the more you will wander. The more you wander, the greater the wonder. The more you quench your thirst for wonder, The more you drink from the cup of life. The more you see and experience, the closer to truth you become. The more languages you learn, the more truths you can unravel. And the more countries you travel, the greater your understanding. And the greater your understanding, the less you see differences. And the more knowledge you gain, the wider your perspective, And the wider your perspective, the lesser your ignorance. Hence, the more wisdom you gain, the smaller you feel. And the smaller you feel, the greater you become. The more you see, the more you love -- The more you love, the less walls you see. The more doors you are willing to open, The less close-minded you will be. The more open-minded you are, The more open your heart. And the more open your heart, The more you will be able to Send and receive -- Truth and TRUE Unconditional LOVE.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Faye Hall

Behind every drama is a good story...behind every tear is the person who wrote it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

A. D. Posey

I can’t sew, but I can spin one helluva yarn.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Amit Kalantri

Be a true traveller, don't be a temporary tourist.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sydney Marie Hughes

Today, it was Thalia’s turn to tell the story. And this time, it was going to have a happy ending. She knew this for a fact, because she had written it herself.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Donald Miller

The reward you get from a story is always less than you thought it would be, and the work is harder than you imagined. The point of a story is never about the ending, remember. It's about your character getting molded in the hard work of the middle. At some point the shore behind you stops getting smaller, and you paddle and wonder why the same strokes that used to move you now only rock the boat. You got the wife, but you don't know if you like her anymore and you've only been married for five years. You want to wake up and walk into the living room in your underwear and watch football and let your daughters play with the dog because the far shore doesn't get closer no matter how hard you paddle. The shore you left is just as distant, and there is no going back; there is only the decision to paddle in place or stop, slide out of the hatch, and sink into the sea. Maybe there's another story at the bottom of the sea. Maybe you don't have to be in this story anymore.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Stephen King

His story is simple, because simple is always best.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leslie Marmon Silko

Memory is tricky-memory for certain facts and or details is probably more imaginative than anything, but the important thing is to keep the feeling the story has. I never forget that: the feeling one has of the story is what you must strive to bring forth faithfully.

By Anonym 15 Sep

A. D. Posey

As long as it comes from the heart, in the end, it will be good.

By Anonym 15 Sep

A. D. Posey

Always let life be wild. Forever have life be interesting.

By Anonym 20 Sep

A. D. Posey

You will find the greatest happiness in letting yourself be.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sanhita Baruah

For grief has always been so dear to you that you would make me writhing in pain in the brothel of your imaginations than to be playing with a bunch of balloons in the yard where I should have been." "And may be that's why, you'd rather talk to me about this, than to write a story about me where I could live happily.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Steve Maraboli

What we call consciousness is our ability to perceive stimuli and to file it within the parameters of our personal story.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Deyth Banger

How the story is read is very important is it soft, is it in dry way or smooth...

By Anonym 20 Sep

Amit Kalantri

When you were making excuses someone else was making enterprise.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Kamand Kojouri

We call a story about love a love story. We call a poem about love a love poem. Well then, my dear, aren’t our lives love lives?

By Anonym 20 Sep

Brene Brown

When unconscious storytelling becomes out default, we often keep tripping over the same issue, staying down when we fall, and having different versions of the same problem in our relationships--we've got the story on repeat. Burton explains that our brains like predictable storytelling. He writes, "In effect, well-oiled patterns of observation encourage our brains to compose a story that we expect to hear.