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Homo-Americanus is going to go on speaking and writing the way he always has, no matter what dictionary he owns.
A good story should make you laugh, and a moment later break your heart.
Some stories, you use up. Others use you up.
I think the best stories always end up being about the people rather than the event, which is to say character-driven.
A story conducted by the time of a clock and calendars alone would be a story not of human beings but of mechanical toys.
Of course it's the same old story. Truth usually is the same old story.
And I here make a rule-a great and lasting story is about everyone or it will not last. The strange and foreign is not interesting-only the deeply personal and familiar.
There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.
Do you love tragedies and everything that breaks the heart?
waitingin a life full of little storiesfor a death to come
(Theodore) Roosevelt confessed early fascination with "girls'stories" such as Little Man and Little Women and An Old-Fashioned Girl.
Now and then I am asked as to ‘what books a statesman should read, ’ and my answer is, poetry and novels – including short stories under the head of novels.
And now you'll be telling storiesof my coming backand they won't be false, and they won't be truebut they'll be real
Never take tiny dreams for granted. They contain giant success stories.
I live in a house over there on the Island, and in that house there is a man waiting for me. When he drove up at the door I drove out of the dock because he says I’m his ideal.
The tatters of old stories are tangled, weathered, muted by long-held silences that succeeded loud feuds, and sometimes no doubt re-dyed a more flattering color.
I don't write stories, I write characters.
Literature can remind us that not all life is already written down: there are still so many stories to be told.
Perhaps some day I'll crawl back home, beaten, defeated. But not as long as I can make stories out of my heartbreak, beauty out of sorrow.
...stories don’t just make us matter to each other—maybe they’re also theonly way to the infinite mattering he’d been after for so long.
Whatever you focus on expands.
There's always a story. It's all stories, really. The sun coming up every day is a story. Everything's got a story in it. Change the story, change the world.
We're all stories, in the end.
I believe stories have a will of their own, one that surpasses in volition that of their teller. In realms of Storytelling, stories control their bearers, and eventually, their hearers as well.
The one who pulls the puppet strings knows fairytales can heal.
I told her about school and how I sat on a wall there and felt stories and words move through me ...
I can’t protect you from the stars, but I can tell you stories that may help at night when they are staring at you.
The possibilities were endless. Battles would be fought. Wonders revealed. Many journeys. Many lands. Many joys. Many sorrows.But stories all...
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Word spread because word will spread. Stories and secrets fight, stories win, shed new secrets, which new stories fight, and on.
All stories told have been told before. We tell them to ourselves, as did all men who ever were. And all men who ever will be. The only things new are the names.
The stories people tell you about themselves seem to retain the possibility of being false. But what you discover about them by yourself seems to be the truth.
Give a hundred writers the same idea and you'll get a hundred different stories.
Every fairy tale had a bloody lining. Every one had teeth and claws.
I love how, whenever you tell me a story, you go backwards and forwards and tell me everything else that could possibly be happening in every direction, like an explosion. Like a flower blooming.
Is life a fantasy or fairy tales?
People ask me all the time, "Where do your ideas come from?" So, to clear up this question...I keep my ideas inside the mind of a tiny man who is tied up in my closet!
Once upon a time I thought I could change stories, make them go the way I wanted, instead of where they actually went.
People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact, it's the other way around.
We're all stories in the end.
Life doesn’t happen to you, but for you. Lessons can be found in everyone’s story.
Maybe stories choose how they are told and who tells them.
Perhaps I was drawn to stories in which people found their true desires because I was a stranger to myself.
Stories of imagination tend to upset those without one.
Real inspiration are not people, but their stories.
Books have a vital place in our culture. They are the source of ideas, of stories that engage and stretch the imagination and most importantly, inspire.
Three rules to obey!1. Don't be over-impressed by your past glories! 2. Don't be scared by your future stories!3. Be hopeful to get out of today's miseries!
But what are our stories if not the mirrors we hold up to our fears?
The story of a man's soul, however trivial, can be more interesting and instructive than the story of a whole nation
We may just be specters in this world, but our stories, if they are remembered and retold, become real and solid and alive... Once you hear a story, it becomes part of you. It can't die.