Human Diary Famous Quotes & Sayings

15 Human Diary Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Often we feel the need to say that a book isn't just about a particular time or place but is about the human spirit. People say this of Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, or Night by Elie Wiesel, or A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier by Ishmael Beah.Will Schwalbe Human Diary Sayings By Will Schwalbe: Often we feel the need to say that a book isn't just about a particular
I must try to set aside half an hour in some part of my day, and consecrate it to diary writing. Give it a name and a place, and then perhaps, such is the human mind, I shall come to think it a duty, and disregard other duties for it.Virginia Woolf Human Diary Sayings By Virginia Woolf: I must try to set aside half an hour in some part of my day,
That's the one good thing about the human brain, it constantly revises the past, cutting bits here, adding bits there, presenting it in an even more palatable way - the way we would have liked things to have been, rather than the way they really are.Peter James Human Diary Sayings By Peter James: That's the one good thing about the human brain, it constantly revises the past, cutting
A great library contains the diary of the human race.George Mercer Dawson Human Diary Sayings By George Mercer Dawson: A great library contains the diary of the human race.
Joshie has always told Post Human Services Staff to keep a diary, to remember who we were because every moment, our brains and synapses are being rebuilt and rewired with maddening disregard for our personalities, so that each year, each month, each day, we transfer into a different person, an utterly unfaithful iteration of our original selves, of the drooling kid in the sandbox. But not me. I am still a facsimile of my early childhood. I am still looking for a loving dad to lift me up and brush the sand off my ass and to hear English, calm and hurtless, fall off his lips.Gary Shteyngart Human Diary Sayings By Gary Shteyngart: Joshie has always told Post Human Services Staff to keep a diary, to remember who
I am a woman first of all. At the core of my work was a journal written for the father I lost, loved and wanted to keep. I am personal. I am essentially human, not intellectual. I do not understand abstract act. Only art born of love, passion, pain.Anais Nin Human Diary Sayings By Anais Nin: I am a woman first of all. At the core of my work was a
A profound impression was created by the discourses of Professor GN Chakravarti and Mrs Besant, who is said to have risen to unusual heights of eloquence, so exhilarating were the influences of the gathering. Besides those who represented our society and religions, especially Vivekananda, VR Gandhi, Dharmapala, captivated the public, who had only heard of Indian people through the malicious reports of interested missionaries, and were now astounded to see before them and hear men who represented the ideal of spirituality and human perfectibility as taught in their respective sacred writings.Henry Olcott Human Diary Sayings By Henry Olcott: A profound impression was created by the discourses of Professor GN Chakravarti and Mrs Besant,
Our habits are our friends. Even our bad habits.
Diary of a Country Priest
Georges Bernanos Human Diary Sayings By Georges Bernanos: Our habits are our friends. Even our bad habits. Diary of a Country Priest
Joshie had always told Post-Human Services staff to keep a diary, to remember who we were, because every moment our brains and synapses are being rebuilt and rewired with maddening disregard for our personalities, so that each year, each month, each day we transform into a different person, an utterly unfaithful iteration of our original selves, of the drooling kid in the sandbox.Gary Shteyngart Human Diary Sayings By Gary Shteyngart: Joshie had always told Post-Human Services staff to keep a diary, to remember who we
What she needs, at least one thing she needs, is companionship. After all why should she eat? Who needs her to be alive? What we call psychosis is sometimes simply realism. But human beings can't live on realism alone.Ursula K. Le Guin Human Diary Sayings By Ursula K. Le Guin: What she needs, at least one thing she needs, is companionship. After all why should
What seemed strangest to me when I found this diary was that I have no recollection of the day-to-day life it describes. If I do not recall them, where have those days gone? Where had they vanished to? I pondered the things that human beings lose to the past"

-from "Diary of My Sixteenth Year
Yasunari Kawabata Human Diary Sayings By Yasunari Kawabata: What seemed strangest to me when I found this diary was that I have no
According to his diary he worked hard and without scruple to discover what he could on his own. Of course, in principle I have no objection to using human subjects, as long as they are already dead," she adds. "Have you heard of the anatomy theatre? It is where the medical school's dissections are performed. They use bears, monkeys, dogs, and human corpses too, when the weather is cool enough. The students have been known to kidnap a body the night before its dissection, dress it up, and take it for a gondola ride down the canal.Maryrose Wood Human Diary Sayings By Maryrose Wood: According to his diary he worked hard and without scruple to discover what he could
The diary taught me that it is in the moments of emotional crisis that human beings reveal themselves most accurately. I learned to choose the heightened moments because they are the moments of revelation.Anais Nin Human Diary Sayings By Anais Nin: The diary taught me that it is in the moments of emotional crisis that human
But postal inspectors also solved crimes. James Holbook's Ten Years Among the Mail Bags; or, Notes from the Diary of a Special Agent of the Post-Office Department, published in 1855, became a best seller and is thought to have helped inspire the modern detective novel, with its tales of mail robbers and malefactors who tried to use the public mails for nefarious purposes. "A mail bag is an epitome of human life,"' Holbrook wrote in the opening section of his book. "All the elements which go to form the happiness or misery of individuals--the raw material so to speak, of human hopes and fears--here exist in a chaotic state." Someone had to protect it.Devin Leonard Human Diary Sayings By Devin Leonard: But postal inspectors also solved crimes. James Holbook's Ten Years Among the Mail Bags; or,
The library is not only a diary of the human race, but marks an act of faith in the continuity of humanity.Vartan Gregorian Human Diary Sayings By Vartan Gregorian: The library is not only a diary of the human race, but marks an act