We’ve collected the best Remember Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Lily Tomlin, Gene Tierney, Leonard Susskind, Iker Casillas, Tom Felton. Use them as an inspiration.
Remember we’re all in this alone.
Unforeseen surprises are the rule in science, not the exception. Remember: Stuff happens.
Beyond remembering me as a good goalkeeper or a bad goalkeeper, I just hope that people remember me for being a good person.
As long as you remember what you love and why you love it, it will never be far from your heart – or your plate.
You get to a certain age where you prepare yourself for happiness. Sometimes you never remember to actually get happy.
I remember when I was growing up. My great wish was to understand who I was and how I fit in the world.
It is well, when judging a friend, to remember that he is judging you with the same godlike and superior impartiality.
Don’t ever prophesy; for if you prophesy wrong, nobody will forget it; and if you prophesy right, nobody will remember it.
We must remember that one determined person can make a significant difference, and that a small group of determined people can change the course of history.
Networking is all about connecting with people. But then again, isn’t that what life is about? The more time you can find to get out of the office and build true friendships, the farther your startup will go. Entrepreneurs need to remember to spend as much time working on their business as they do in their business.
If all we remember are good things, then happiness is our baseline, and there’s no longer happiness. We need other feelings in order to appreciate others.
When you reminisce, you don’t say, ‘Remember that time you got sued by so-and-so?’ No, you say, ‘Remember when we played here and it was unbelievable, and we went out for that incredible meal and that funny thing happened?’ Those are the important moments.
People say, ‘We remember the good times.’ Well I remember the bad times.
Do not be afraid to offer ideas that draw opposition. Remember, if no one is against your idea, then your idea probably doesn’t do anything.
You just remember back when you were watching as a kid and going, ‘Man, Sting’s so cool,’ and now I’m wrestling the guy. It’s breathtaking.
Here we are to remember that in consequence of our opinion that labor is the Father and active principle of wealth, as lands are the Mother, that the state by killing, mutilating, or imprisoning their members do withal punish themselves.
It is important to remember yourself.
Nobody counts the number of ads you run; they just remember the impression you make.
Remember the first rule of gunfighting… ‘have a gun.’
I have had a lot of adversaries in my political life, but no enemies that I can remember.
Bent Literary Agency had a Q&A on Twitter, and I took a chance and asked if the Black Lives Matter movement was an appropriate topic for a YA novel. Brooks Sherman, who is now my agent, responded that he didn’t think any topics were inappropriate for YA. I remember being so terrified even just sending the tweet.
I worked with the Neville Brothers for 40-some years on the highway, and up and down since I can remember – funk from New Orleans.
It’s OK to have up days. It’s OK to have down days. But especially remember it’s OK to talk to people and let them know you’re not OK. Don’t think it’s something you have to keep to yourself to fit in or to be normal. There’s no such thing as normal.
I want history to remember me… not as the first black woman to have made a bid for the presidency of the United States, but as a black woman who lived in the 20th century and who dared to be herself. I want to be remembered as a catalyst for change in America.
Both the Beatles and The Rolling Stones broke on the music scene the summer I was in England. I can vividly remember hearing ‘She Loves You’ in August 1963.
I remember the ’70s constantly being winter in Manchester and the Irish community in Manchester closing ranks because of the IRA bombings in Birmingham and Manchester, and you know the bin-workers’ strike, all wrapped up in it… They were violent times. Violence at home and violence at football matches.
Tough times don’t last, tough people do, remember?
We need to remember across generations that there is as much to learn as there is to teach.
Try this experiment: Pick a famous movie – ‘Casablanca,’ say – and summarize the plot in one sentence. Is that plot you just described the thing you remember most about it? Doubtful. Narrative is a necessary cement, but it disappears from memory.
Remember, if you ever need a helping hand, it’s at the end of your arm, as you get older, remember you have another hand: The first is to help yourself, the second is to help others.
I’m a religious person. I remember my mom told me: ‘Vengeance belongs to God. It’s up to him to wreak vengeance.’ It’s hard for me to get to that point, but that’s the work of God.
Just remember, you can do anything you set your mind to, but it takes action, perseverance, and facing your fears.
I’ve been blessed with so many opportunities and so many amazing things throughout this process. But all the while, I remember that the reason that I’m here and the reason that I do music and tell these stories is that people come to know the love, the God that I know.
As early as I can remember, I would put on plays with my cousin and make my dad record them. In kindergarten, I started doing the school plays, and it just continued.
People don’t remember. Revenge is sweet.
I remember thinking, ‘I can’t act.’ Pretending to be someone else is a terrifying thought. The thing was that, along with other people, I could create a whole world. I felt absolutely right directing.
In my family, growing up, the women were always the ones who were powerful, and they exuded this charisma of empowerment that I hold onto and always remember. I had some difficult times, but these strong women were always a constant.
In 1980 I sent a play, ‘Jitney,’ to the Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis, won a Jerome Fellowship, and found myself sitting in a room with sixteen playwrights. I remember looking around and thinking that since I was sitting there, I must be a playwright, too.
Remember, you and you alone are responsible for maintaining your energy. Give up blaming, complaining and excuse making, and keep taking action in the direction of your goals – however mundane or lofty they may be.
At 60, I could do the same things I could do at 30, if I could only remember what those things are.
I think sometimes in life we want to ignore the problems of society and just think about the good. I believe in positive thinking and affirmative living, I also think it’s really important to remember all of our disenfranchised members of society.
I don’t remember a big fight between the Republicans and Democrats in the Nixon administration or President Gerald Ford and so on.
What I do remember about first grade and that year was that it was very lonely. I didn’t have any friends, and I wasn’t allowed to go to the cafeteria or play on the playground. What bothered me most was the loneliness in school every day.
I do remember how it was to be poor. I do remember that in my early years, we had to grow and raise all of our food, even our animals. And I remember in my early life, we didn’t even have electricity. So it was very, very hard times then.
It is important to remember the purpose of health care reform: to make sure Americans have access to quality, affordable health care – especially those individuals who were being denied by their insurance companies because they weren’t profitable customers.
You have to pay attention to the moments when you’ve felt on top on the world. I remember the first time I was on stage, I was doing ‘West Side Story,’ I was 17 and this woman was crying because she liked what I was doing so much.
Remember that happiness is as contagious as gloom. It should be the first duty of those who are happy to let others know of their gladness.
I remember when Lindbergh arrived in Paris, I was one of the first persons to know about his landing, because as the French people know that I was born in St. Louis, thinking I would be very proud to announce it to the public, they gave me the news first. I was then starring in the ‘Folies Bergere.’
I remember, as I was hovering around 40, I thought each movie would be my last, really.
I still remember asking my high school guidance teacher for permission to take a second year of algebra instead of a fifth year of Latin. She looked down her nose at me and sneered, ‘What lady would take mathematics instead of Latin?’
When I hear people debate the ROI of social media? It makes me remember why so many business fail. Most businesses are not playing the marathon. They’re playing the sprint. They’re not worried about lifetime value and retention. They’re worried about short-term goals.
We were poor, but we didn’t know it. There were no government bureaus in those days presuming to determine where poorness begins and ends, but I don’t remember ever being hungry.
I was selling stuff probably since I could remember, like 6 or 7 years old. I was always out there helping my mom and dad sell watches, glasses, CDs, DVDs, stuff like that. Whatever we could put our hands on. I did it until I was around 17. But I was just doing it because I had to. There was no other option.
Always remember the last words of my grandfather, who said: ‘A truck!’
Cakes are special. Every birthday, every celebration ends with something sweet, a cake, and people remember. It’s all about the memories.
Children will not remember you for the material things you provided but for the feeling that you cherished them.
But we cannot rely on memorials and museums alone. We can tell ourselves we will never forget and we likely won’t. But we need to make sure that we teach history to those who never had the opportunity to remember in the first place.
Remember who you are and where you come from; otherwise, you don’t know where you are going.
When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it.
A fit body gives you confidence. And there’s nothing more impressive than a great attitude, which you can wear on your sleeve. But you’ll have to remember the difference between being rude and being confident.
My life is mine to remember.
I remember June 8, 1972. I saw the airplane. And it’s so loud, so close to me. Suddenly, the fire everywhere around me. The fire burned off my clothes. And I saw my arm got burned with the fire. I thought, oh, my goodness, I get burned. People will see me different way.
Yeah, well when I first started working, it was $5 a show; it was probably a little higher by the time I got to my own show, but I remember that they put me under contract at $100 a week, which to me was really an astronomical price.
I remember my mother’s prayers and they have always followed me. They have clung to me all my life.
I remember, I used to get off a bus, and if there was someone sitting in the station, I remember thinking maybe they were from Shin Bet and came for me.
Hillary Clinton will always be there for you. And just remember – there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other.
I remember being young in the 1960s… we had a great sense of the future, a great big hope. This is what is missing in the youth today. This being able to dream and to change the world.
Remember that stress doesn’t come from what’s going on in your life. It comes from your thoughts about what’s going on in your life.
We who lived in concentration camps can remember the men who walked through the huts comforting others, giving away their last piece of bread.
I remember having pizza at Shakey’s in Vancouver, Washington in 1973 and talking about the fact that eventually, everyone is going to be online and have access to newspapers and stuff, and wouldn’t people be willing to pay for information on a computer terminal.
As a kid, I remember John Daly bombing it around St. Andrews in 1995 to win the British Open, and people say we are similar in a lot of ways.
My mom I remember, she used to do so many things, I don’t know how she did so many things at the same time, she was amazing.
When I was younger I could remember anything, whether it happened or not.
It’s good to remember that in crises, natural crises, human beings forget for awhile their ignorances, their biases, their prejudices. For a little while, neighbors help neighbors and strangers help strangers.
We must always remember that America is a great nation today not because of what government did for people but because of what people did for themselves and for one another.
The best way to remember your wife‘s birthday is to forget it once.
If you want to be a great leader, remember to treat all people with respect at all times. For one, because you never know when you’ll need their help. And two, because it’s a sign you respect people, which all great leaders do.
I mean honestly, anybody can diss me. I remember 50 Cent said something and everybody was like you need to get at 50 and I was like, ‘Whatever, I’m in a whole different place in my life.’ It’s gon’ have to take something really, really serious for me to start putting that much negative energy into the world again.
Winning the World Cup was very special because it meant so much to so many. One thing about our country that is constant is cricket. The smile it brought to people’s faces was the thing I shall always remember. It reminded me, reminded all of us, of our importance to the lives of the Indian people less lucky than we are.
I can’t remember the exact age, but I do remember being very young when I started to dance and listen to music.
I don’t want to tell people how to remember me. I want people to remember me as they remember me.
I remember, when I was a young guy in the SEAL teams, I was very afraid of making mistakes and looking stupid or doing dumb things and getting a bad reputation.
Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.
Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.
The first time I went to New York, I went with my first boyfriend, Clark. His dad had just bought an apartment in New York, and my dad dropped us off, and we were there for a week on our own. I must have been 15 or 16. I remember I went to Harlem and bought a goose jacket. That was the hip, hot thing.
I was chef to the French Presidents between ’56 and ’59, finished with de Gaulle, and during de Gaulle I remember serving Eisenhower, Nehru, Tito, Macmillan; those were the heads of state at the time. I never saw anyone. No one would ever, ever, ever come to the kitchen. You couldn’t even see them.
Sometimes it’s great to have a backbone, but you’ve got to be careful. Remember that sometimes, when you hurt your backbone, you can’t get it fixed because you don’t have enough money.
As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster.
I remember… seeing the first plane go into the towers and thinking: ‘It’s a beautiful day. Somebody really must have gotten off course to have the plane go into the towers.’
And you have to remember that I came to America as an immigrant. You know, on a ship, through the Statue of Liberty. And I saw that skyline, not just as a representation of steel and concrete and glass, but as really the substance of the American Dream.
In order to experience everyday spirituality, we need to remember that we are spiritual beings spending some time in a human body.
I don’t know if anyone knows if they’re ever any good, but I went to drama school in Scotland, in a classical acting course, and my first year, I remember one of my tutors telling me that I couldn’t act, and I should give up and all this sort of thing, and then, they cast me as Romeo in ‘Romeo and Juliet.’
Most successful pundits are selected for being opinionated, because it’s interesting, and the penalties for incorrect predictions are negligible. You can make predictions, and a year later people won’t remember them.
Remember that you are an Englishman, and have consequently won first prize in the lottery of life.
Remember the past, live the present, think a little less about the future.
It’s important to remember that, first and foremost, if not only, this is entertainment. ‘The West Wing’ isn’t meant to be good for you.
I can’t remember my dreams more than a couple of seconds after I wake up. It’s frustrating because sometimes I dream that I’m watching a really good movie.
I’m the best and I’ll thank you to remember that.
I don’t remember myself to be a forefront fighter, but when pushed to a point with a wall behind me, there is only one way forward. Later you can call it a Rambo syndrome, but I never regret it, as it comes naturally to me, and in my mind, that is the only way.
Always remember, the goals that we have achieved pale in comparison to the daily commitments it took to get there.
Remember your dreams and fight for them. You must know what you want from life. There is just one thing that makes your dream become impossible: the fear of failure.
I remember straightening my hair because I wanted to be like everybody else, and now the fact that anybody would emulate what I do? It’s just funny.
Remember you are just an extra in everyone else‘s play.
Remember one thing about democracy. We can have anything we want and at the same time, we always end up with exactly what we deserve.
I remember I took a music course in junior year of high school, and some girl brought in ‘Teardrops On My Guitar,’ and she was like, ‘Isn’t this song great?’ And everyone was like, ‘Who’s Taylor Swift?’ And now, every time I listen to Taylor Swift, I remember that moment.
There are a lot of things that I remember about Dusty Rhodes. There are so many things that stick out about him. He used to work at my father-in-law‘s gas station pumping gas.
The main thing that you have to remember on this journey is, just be nice to everyone and always smile.
I grew up in Haifa and enjoyed the wonderful beaches and Mount Carmel that rolls into the Mediterranean Sea. From my early days at home, I remember a strong encouragement to study.
Better by far you should forget and smile that you should remember and be sad.
Just remember, you’re never too old to have a hero.
When the space shuttle‘s engines cut off, and you’re finally in space, in orbit, weightless… I remember unstrapping from my seat, floating over to the window, and that’s when I got my first view of Earth. Just a spectacular view, and a chance to see our planet as a planet.
Remember that the happiest people are not those getting more, but those giving more.
Your Heavenly Father will help you find the right path as you seek His guidance. Remember though, after you pray you must get off your knees and start doing something positive; head in the right direction! He will send people along the way who will assist you, but you must be doing your part as well.
My father was truly a great man. I remember one day putting my feet in my father’s shoes. I was amazed at the size. Would I ever be big enough to fill his shoes? Could I ever grow into the man my father was? I wondered.
I hope people remember me for the kind of person that I am, not because of what I do.
I remember Ron Atkinson used to play in the sessions at Manchester United when he was the manager. Rated himself as a player.
When the war started, we became refugees, and it was a really tough time. I was six years old. These were really hard times. I remember them vividly, but it’s not something you want to remember or think about.
My life before children I don’t really remember. I’ve heard references to it, but I really don’t remember.
It’s a really important thing for Aboriginal people to remember how stories are told and the power of stories, and make it an important feature in our world again.
I’m going to become the best-remembered artist of my generation by staying away from the party as often as possible. That way, people will remember me, not because I was great, but because I didn’t cause them any later embarrassment.
In ‘There’s Something About Mary‘ and ‘Dumb & Dumber,’ I ended up improvising quite a bit of my scenes, and later I didn’t even remember what I’d said because I just winged it. When I went and saw the movie, I was as stunned as everyone else was.
You have to remember that not every creature that was evolving left behind its skull or its tools for our convenience tens of thousands of years later. Most bones or most tools rot or get buried and are never found again.
Remember that as a teenager you are in the last stage of your life when you will be happy to hear the phone is for you.
You don’t remember people you love by the wise things they say but the silly things they do.
I would like to learn, or remember, how to live.
One of the most important things to remember about infant care is: don’t change diapers in midstream.
If it’s hard to remember, it’ll be difficult to forget.
I remember early on, in my very, very early days, I had a makeup artist tell me that I needed to get an attitude. I had no idea what he was talking about.
I got a job as soon as I could – 11 or 12. I started babysitting and then I got a part-time job at a pharmacy in England. I just remember loving the feeling of going out and buying my own clothes! I’d go bargain-hunting and get secondhand vintage stuff.
The biggest mistake that you can make is to believe that you are working for somebody else. Job security is gone. The driving force of a career must come from the individual. Remember: Jobs are owned by the company, you own your career!
I remember being in Japan when Destiny‘s Child put out ‘Independent Women,’ and women there were saying how proud they were to have their own jobs, their own independent thinking, their own goals. It made me feel so good, and I realized that one of my responsibilities was to inspire women in a deeper way.
I remember the mentoring experiences of some teachers that I had, like a second term home room teacher in public school that really was very helpful to me.
There must be people who remember World War II and the Holocaust who can help us get out of this rut.
I wanted to sail when I was in grammar school and well remember memorizing the names of the sails from the Merriam-Webster’s ponderous dictionary in the library. Now I am actually at sea – as a passenger, of course, but at sea nevertheless – and bound for Ecuador.
I remember as a young player I had this dream of playing in the NBA.
People see things differently and remember things differently. It’s why if somebody robs a liquor store and there are four witnesses they’ll often disagree.
I only see clearly what I remember.
There are constant cycles in history. There is loss, but it is always followed by regeneration. The tales of our elders who remember such cycles are very important to us now.
I was a big fan of the Tim Burton films. I really liked the character. And I remember thinking the Batmobile was very cool.
People need to remember that I am the first black driver in F1, so I am obviously going to be different to past drivers.
I can remember the first time I tried to drive into the garage of the world headquarters of Ford in a Camry. It was almost like they wouldn’t let me in. They said, ‘Why do you want to do that?’ I said, ‘Because we are going to make the best cars in the world, and we need to know everything about the competitor‘s car.’
The most important lesson to remember is that failure is inevitable, but so is success, so rebound.
Stay faithful in things large and taking on the world, but stay faithful in those things small – because remember it’s the small things, the size of a mustard seed, that ultimately moves mountains.
It’s important to remember that you’re born naked, and the rest is drag.
Obedience opens the door to the constant companionship of the Holy Ghost. And the spiritual gifts and abilities activated by the power of the Holy Ghost enable us to avoid deception – and to see, to feel, to know, to understand, and to remember things as they really are.
Remember that politics, colonialism, imperialism and war also originate in the human brain.
The first thing you’ve got to remember is that it’s your clients‘ money you’re spending.
I don’t have any sentimental notion about how people are going to remember me.
I have loved eight women in my life. I remember every woman’s face.
I’m not a prophet, but I always thought it was natural for dictatorships to fall. I remember in 1989, two months before the fall of the Berlin Wall, had you said it was going to happen no one would have believed you. The system seemed powerful and unbreakable. Suddenly overnight it blew away like dust.
Let us make future generations remember us as proud ancestors just as, today, we remember our forefathers.
I feel like being true to yourself is always going to keep you humble; it’s always going to make you remember who you are.
I’m the kind of person who does not remember bad things.
One must remember that the Jews have one, tiny country, the only place they have the right and capability to defend themselves by themselves. And it is our duty and my responsibility to see that we will never compromise about that.
Remember the quiet wonders. The world has more need of them than it has for warriors.
I remember when I was 15 or 16 years old, I couldn’t imagine what life would be like past the age of 30, just because I didn’t know that many men who had lived beyond their 20s.
I feel like I inspire more people than I think I do. I just need to remember that.
It often happens that I wake up at night and begin to think about a serious problem and decide I must tell the Pope about it. Then I wake up completely and remember that I am the Pope.
I think the most important idea is to remember that there have been times throughout American history where what is right is not the same as what is legal.
From the time I was thirteen, there was a constant struggle between MGM and me – whether or not to eat, how much to eat, what to eat. I remember this more vividly than anything else about my childhood.
As foreign attacks increase, it’s easy to treat them like bad weather happening somewhere else. It’s what we read over breakfast. But when that storm hits your shores, remember this: Wishful thinking never saved a single life. The truth, however, has.
I probably remember more about ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show’ than Dick Van Dyke does.
You come to these thresholds in your life where you need to remember why you do what you do, to reconnect with yourself. When I look back at something like ‘Raw Like Sushi,’ I think I was very much in the right place at the right time.
I remember arguing with kids on the street who were talking about Santa Claus. I said don’t be so daft – Santa Claus doesn’t come down our chimney. He’s an economic Santa Claus; he goes down chimneys where they’ve got money.
Remember, we are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.
We do not remember days, we remember moments.
No one would remember the Good Samaritan if he’d only had good intentions; he had money as well.
I do not remember how it got into my head to make the first calculations related to rocket. It seems to me the first seeds were planted by famous fantaseour, J. Verne.
I vividly remember my sixth-grade classroom. I remember what it smelled like, where I sat, what I could see out the window, and how I felt about things. Peel away my decrepit middle-aged exterior, and an important part of me is still twelve years old. It helps me when I sit down to write stories for kids.
I learned at a very early age, the easiest thing in the world is to tell the truth, and then you don’t have to remember what you said. It has nothing to do with morality, just remembering what you said.
When I write about a 15-year old, I jump, I return to the days when I was that age. It’s like a time machine. I can remember everything. I can feel the wind. I can smell the air. Very actually. Very vividly.
My dad leaving my life. That’s the biggest thing that happened to me. I just remember what he tells me, the memories, and try to move on forward each day, knowing that he’s still here, looking down on me.
I would say a good leader brings results. A great leader writes a new story, it’s different. Obviously a new story has to incorporate a lot of results. But a story is a chapter in the life of a company that people want to write and want to remember.
In Iroquois society, leaders are encouraged to remember seven generations in the past and consider seven generations in the future when making decisions that affect the people.
I have lexical-gustatory synesthesia. I can taste, and always have tasted, words. I remember when I was a kid and learning to read I mentioned to my mom that certain words I was learning tasted certain ways, thinking everyone was like that, and didn’t understand why she didn’t get what I was saying.
When I look back on my twenties, I just remember being afraid of everything, and in my thirties, I’m actually excited by things. And if things don’t work out, you know, by the time you’ve hit your thirties, you’ve had your fair share of disappointments.
Remember, it’s better to be a has-been than a never-was.
I remember when MySpace came out. It did do something pretty incredible – which was unite people around the world with common interests and common tastes.
I’ll tell you this: You have to remember to chase and catch your dreams, because if you don’t, your imagination will live in empty spaces, and that’s nowhere land.
Remember that we are all human beings trying to do what we love to do.
A simple rule in dealing with those who are hard to get along with is to remember that this person is striving to assert his superiority; and you must deal with him from that point of view.
I remember, in my first show in New York, they asked, ‘Where is the Indian-ness in your work?’… Now, the same people, after having watched the body of my work, say, ‘There is too much Indian philosophy in your work.’ They’re looking for a superficial skin-level Indian-ness, which I’m not about.
The first time the doctors put on my prosthetic legs they made me much taller than I’d ever been. I then remember the doctor saying ‘we need to shorten this man’ and we all were in hysterics.
What I don’t want to do is restrict law-abiding citizens from their Second Amendment rights, which are focused on freedom. I point out all the time. Remember, bad guys aren’t stupid, they’re just bad.
That’s the way I got along in life. I don’t ever remember being particularly jealous of anybody, because I figured if I can’t do it myself, I don’t deserve to get it.
It’s true: I don’t remember what life was like before parenthood.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve just loved Chanel.
Tell me, I forget, show me, I remember, involve me, I understand.
Most people yearn to contribute, make the world a better place and have success…. all at the same time… Make sure to give your business a background, a mission and a story. That might be the most important step part of any venture. And remember, giving may be the best investment you ever make.
I remember when the results of the All India Engineering exams came out. I ranked 7th. I even got a scholarship. But it was during the sixth semester of my engineering course that I decided to call it quits and pursue acting seriously.
I can’t remember why or how I started writing, but I think it was always a way of making sense of the world.
I wrote my first song at 12 and remember someone asking, ‘What were you going through at 12 that you could write about?’ I get what you’re saying, but 11, 12, 13 were the hardest years of my life. You learn everything. You learn how horrible things feel.
I still remember, 40 years ago, when I was shackled and put in prison… Being an American citizen didn’t mean a thing.
Keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination, and dedication. Remember all things are possible for those who believe.
I don’t remember being a child, and that’s why I think I’m so child-like now in my unending curiosity and approach to life.
We all started playing football against our best friends, and I can’t remember a moment where, because it was my best friend, I did not want to win against him.
After the scarlet fever and the whooping cough, I remember I started to get mad about it all… I went through the stage of asking myself, ‘Wilma, what is this existence all about? Is it about being sick all the time? It can’t be.’ So I started getting angry about things, fighting back in a new way with a vengeance.
I always have trouble remembering three things: faces, names, and – I can’t remember what the third thing is.
Always tell the truth – it’s the easiest thing to remember.
Surround yourself with people who provide you with support and love and remember to give back as much as you can in return.
I don’t remember the exact moment I fell in love with snowboarding; it wasn’t something cheesy like, ‘Oh the wind was blowing through my hair and I just knew this sport was for me… ‘ I was good at it, and it’s exhilarating!
I remember my first role as a sunflower at nine.
It’s OK to do cute little things like kissing a turtle, but you can’t kiss another person because he’s a different color? Give me a break. And you have to remember, I’m from Dallas, Texas.
Remember to play after every storm.
The problem with relying on nostalgia for commentary is that people only remember the good things.
I will always remember this summer day in Paris, when I was to perform a great acrobatic move. I can still see myself stepping on the ring of a packed circus along real performers.
Put it before them briefly so they will read it, clearly so they will appreciate it, picturesquely so they will remember it and, above all, accurately so they will be guided by its light.
I remember as a kid having a balloon and accidentally letting the string go and watching it just float off and into the sky until it disappeared. And there’s something about that, even, that feels very much like what life is, you know, that it’s fleeting, and it’s temporal.
When I did plays in high school and college, I never remember memorizing my lines, but once I had blocking, I had all my lines memorized. Once I had movement associated with words, it was fine. Before I had blocking, it was just text on a page. Once it became embodied, it was much easier.
I remember being in college knowing I didn’t want to go anymore. I wanted to try and become an actor. There is a something in me, with a risk of sounding cliche, that I just had to do it. I knew from an early age that acting was my path.
Remember only the good, the bad will never forget you.
Unless we remember we cannot understand.
Armed Forces Day on May 21, and the Memorial Day weekend that follows, is a time to honor, remember and recognize those who serve and have served our country, as well as those who have died in service. As we reflect, let’s not forget the many sacrifices made at home as well in support of our men and women in uniform.
Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else.
While I know myself as a creation of God, I am also obligated to realize and remember that everyone else and everything else are also God’s creation.
Remember: there are no small parts, only small actors.
The world isn’t going backward, if you can just stay young enough to remember what it was really like when you were really young.
In adversity remember to keep an even mind.
I hope the people remember Dolce & Gabbana for the sensuality, for the Mediterranean sense, for our honesty to the life.
In 1964, when we first arrived in New York City, I remember vividly seeing the skyline of Manhattan, and our first proposal of 1964 was to wrap two lower Manhattan buildings. We never got permission.
But an experienced reader is also a self-aware and critical reader. I can’t remember ever reading a story without judging it.
While I was born in Singapore, I didn’t actually grow up here. So I don’t remember all that much.
I think tights make a comeback out of necessity every season: you can only go so far with naked legs in the cold! You’ve got to protect yourself. I remember going to a fashion show and saying, ‘And it’s okay if I wear nude tights with this?’ to the designer, who looked at me like I just killed his dog or something.
I had a gypsy upbringing, so I moved around all over the place and can’t remember a street I grew up on.
I certainly think there are some skills we’ll lose as we hand things over to automation. I can barely remember my own phone number now, let alone the long list of numbers I used to know, and my handwriting has completely gone to pot.
I love Mariah Carey. Remember the breakdown? I loved the breakdown.
Some things we forget. But many things we remember on the mental screen, which is the biggest screen of all.
I’m real petty. I remember everything like an elephant.
When things are steep, remember to stay level-headed.
I aimed at the Archduke. I do not remember what I thought at that moment.
If you are ever on stage, and it feels as though the audience is not laughing at the right points or are not quite as engaged as you’d hope, you have to remember there is always somebody who might be falling in love with this world and having an epiphany. I was that person.
The first of April is the day we remember what we are the other 364 days of the year.
They say the first World Series is the one you remember most. No, no no. I guarantee you don’t remember that one because the fantasy world you always dreamed about is suddenly real.
I remember being away somewhere, and I had forgotten it was Valentine’s Day with a person, and that was very embarrassing.
I realized if I didn’t start talking to my relatives, asking questions, thinking back to my own beginnings, there would come a time when those people wouldn’t be around to help me look back and remember.
I actually remember being in 3rd grade and piecing together in my head that one of my guy friends was homosexual.
Remember the poor, it costs nothing.
I remember thinking quite logically that I didn’t want to spoil my children with wealth and so that I would create a foundation, but not knowing exactly what it would focus on.
I remember learning as a kid that love meant loneliness and confusion.
I remember, when Paul Collingwood first came into the dressing room, we did everything together. We practised together, trained together, had dinner together; we batted together and did well in games together – we were thick as thieves. When he got established, he just binned me.
Fight hierarchy and bureaucracy as hard as you possibly can. Don’t ever let it become the master; always remember it’s the servant.
I do remember doing shows strictly in black and white, too, so you’re right.
I can remember only a few of the strange and curious words now dead but living and spoken by the English people a thousand years ago.
Just remember: if ever you feel weighed down by the bureaucracy and often mundanity of modern life, don’t fight the frustration. Let it be the catalyst for whimsy.
I always wanted to perform. I remember being 5 years old and telling my parents to sit down as I was going to put on a play for them.
I don’t remember my dreams too much. I hardly have ever gotten ideas from nighttime dreams. But I love daydreaming and dream logic and the way dreams go.
I remember when I was young, many cities in the Muslim world were cosmopolitan cities with a lot of culture.
I talk to student-athletes. I try to get them to remember that they’re not just athletes, but student-athletes. You need to get an education, keep your hands clean and try to represent the university.
Right now, when we’re hearing so much disturbing and hateful rhetoric, it is so important to remember that our diversity has been – and will always be – our greatest source of strength and pride here in the United States.
I really don’t hold grudges. I mean, I remember everything, but I move on.
You have to remember that the hard days are what make you stronger. The bad days make you realize what a good day is. If you never had any bad days, you would never have that sense of accomplishment!
Remember, the man who is poor is not the man that has no money, but one without a dream. They are suffering that have no dream. They are poor that have no dream.
My father longed for a better life for us, and when I was nine he got a job as a heart surgeon in Belfast. It was very bittersweet when we said goodbye to our relatives, and I remember crying my eyes out at the airport.
I’m an audiophile and have been collecting records for as long as I can remember.
Step with care and great tact, and remember that Life’s a Great Balancing Act.
I cannot remember a time when I was not interested in both gardening and painting. I must have been born with a trowel in one hand and a paintbrush in the other.
Memories are what you no longer want to remember.
Like the assassination of JFK, everybody alive then can remember where they were that Doomsday Week of the Cuban Missile Crisis in October 1962. That Saturday, 27 October, was, and remains, the closest the world has come to nuclear holocaust – the blackest day of a horrendous week.
Remember when life’s path is steep to keep your mind even.
It’s odd the things that people remember. Parents will arrange a birthday party, certain it will stick in your mind forever. You’ll have a nice time, then two years later you’ll be like, ‘There was a pony there? Really? And a clown with one leg?’
I remember the great atmosphere and the great stadium.
I believe I can even yet remember when I saw the stars for the first time.
It’s easy to feel helpless – like you can’t fight the tide. But remember: small actions can have a huge impact, and one person like you can inspire others to action.
I am much less autistic now, compared to when I was young. I remember some behaviors like picking carpet fuzz and watching spinning plates for hours. I didn’t want to be touched. I couldn’t shut out background noise. I didn’t talk until I was about 4 years old. I screamed. I hummed. But as I grew up, I improved.
Some say Google is God. Others say Google is Satan. But if they think Google is too powerful, remember that with search engines unlike other companies, all it takes is a single click to go to another search engine.
I do remember the tour of ‘Cats‘ in Philadelphia. I was 12 and had a stomach bug.
What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it.
Every young man would do well to remember that all successful business stands on the foundation of morality.
I don’t remember making a decision about music. I just always knew it was what I was going to do.
I try to perform honestly during the fight, and I always remember that I’m a representative of Russia. I try not to bring any aggression. Just honesty.
When I forget who I am, I remind myself by finding my stride. I remember that I am strong, free, and loved, and that with God’s help I can weather whatever comes.
I mean, people need to remember without the grassroots, Ronald Reagan probably doesn’t become president of the United States of America and he worked the grassroots on a regular basis during his political career and especially between the years of 1976 and 1980 after the loss in Kansas City.
We must remember that democracy works when given time to develop, mature and deliver. People must have access to information for informed debate. Government institutions must treat citizens fairly, and with dignity, while responding to their needs.
Remember always that you not only have the right to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one.
Remember my first tenet in getting dressed is how you feel in the morning. So if you’re not being true blue to that, it usually shows.
I was a really bad teenager and I got my tongue pierced. I don’t even remember where I did it, but it was under very surreptitious circumstances.
Ever since I was a child, I have loved being the centre of attention, but similarly, I can’t remember a time in my life that I haven’t battled with all sorts of quandaries, fears and weaknesses.
Remember, if you are criticising, you are not being grateful. If you are blaming, you are not being grateful. If you are complaining, you are not being grateful.
When befriended, remember it; when you befriend, forget it.
I want to have an epic life. I want to tell my life with big adjectives. I want to forget all the grays in between, and remember the highlights and the dark moments.
Remember that the most beautiful things in the world are the most useless; peacocks and lilies for instance.
I will remember this day for the rest of my life. There is nothing you can say. It’s just like you won the match after the earthquake and it just feels great.
A true leader must strive towards a grand vision of human progress, but remember that the minor details of her everyday life really matter to those who look up to her as a role model.
When I was in grade five or six, I just remember quite a lot of people were always talking about me like I was some kind of math genius. And there were just so many moments when I realized, like, okay, why can’t I just be like some normal person and go have a 75% average like everyone else.
Perhaps the day may come when we shall remember these sufferings with joy.
I remember when I first came to Washington. For the first six months you wonder how the hell you ever got here. For the next six months you wonder how the hell the rest of them ever got here.
I’m from the colonies, so I remember when the sun never set on the British Empire.
Remember to always smile.
Be still; quietly remember the presence of and within yourself, and you will know, without thinking, that while all around you everything changes, within you lives something unchanging.
It’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how many people remember you when you die.
I remember when I was 33 or 34, it was devastating because I realized I wasn’t a kid anymore. The great thing about 40 was that I really felt like I had life experience and knew what I was doing now.
Look to the past and remember no empire rises that sooner or later won’t fall.
I must have been an unsatisfactory child for grownups to deal with. I remember how incomprehensible they appeared to me at first, but not, of course, how I appeared to them.
I think the only advice I can give you on how to live your life well is, first off, remember… it’s not the things we do in life that we regret on our deathbed, it is the things we do not.
Here is the rule to remember in the future, When anything tempts you to be bitter: not, ‘This is a misfortune‘ but ‘To bear this worthily is good fortune.’
I was at the tail end of the family. The next brother along was already seven years older than me. I remember growing up by myself, playing games by myself.