Words matter. These are the best No Memory Quotes from famous people such as Louis L’Amour, Clayton M. Christensen, Asif Kapadia, Katherine Dunn, Nikola Tesla, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
No memory is ever alone; it’s at the end of a trail of memories, a dozen trails that each have their own associations.
I talk to our kids now that they are grown up, and I ask them about the experiences that had growing up that really had a powerful influence on the way they view the purpose of life. The experiences that really shaped their values – my wife and I have no memory of those experiences!
The worst thing ever for me is go see a movie, and the next day I go, ‘What did I do last night? I have no memory of this $300 million movie I watched because I felt nothing.’
My dad was a third-generation printer and linotype operator, by all accounts a fabulous ballroom dancer. He was jettisoned from the family before I was 2, and I have never met him and have no memory of him.
There is no memory or retentive faculty based on lasting impression. What we designate as memory is but increased responsiveness to repeated stimuli.
People have no memory of phone numbers now because of the cell phone – their address book is in a cell phone.
I have no memory of feeling strong and rugged at any point. I’ve been considering masculinity my whole life.
All these years later, I have almost no memory of the shows themselves. It’s a blur. I remember my jogging runs better – that was my way of getting my energy together. I used to try to get to the arena as late as possible; otherwise, I’d just be pacing around, waiting to go on.
My father left when I was three, and I have no memory of him. The most significant male figures in my life were my grandfather, in whose house I lived during the first 10 years of my childhood, and later my stepfather.
To my mind, it seems clear that those who have no memory have the much greater chance to lead happy lives. But it is something you cannot possibly escape: your psychological make-up is such that you are inclined to look back over your shoulder.
I have no memory of ‘Bigg Boss.’
The moral backbone of literature is about that whole question of memory. To my mind it seems clear that those who have no memory have the much greater chance to lead happy lives.
I have almost no memory of my parents ever speaking to each other. They split up on bad terms. I assumed that’s what family life was like. Just essentially a soap opera.
An angel has no memory.
I met Bowie when I was 15 backstage at his ‘Reality’ tour and blacked out completely. I have no memory of the encounter except just looking into his different-colored eyes.
I have no memory for what happens in what books. I don’t know when I might remember a scene, but beats me what book it’s in because there are 14 of them now.
No memory of having starred atones for later disregard, or keeps the end from being hard.
The neurologist calls it ‘Non-REM parasomnia’. For the sufferer, it might mean rising in the middle of the night, getting your motorbike out, going for a ride, and waking in the morning with no memory of the experience.