Some articles on memories:
... Kyle has memories of Indianapolis as a child, including the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, the Woolworth's on the Circle, and the Indiana Theater ... More specific memories place him in Indianapolis between at least 1954 and 1963 ... Kyle also has memories of the area around the University of Colorado at Boulder ...
... Memories, Dreams, Reflections (German Erinnerungen Träume Gedanken) is a partially autobiographical book by Swiss psychologist Carl Jung and associate Aniela Jaffé ...
... Emotion affects the way autobiographical memories are encoded and retrieved ... Emotional memories are reactivated more, they are remembered better and have more attention devoted to them ... Through remembering our past achievements and failures, autobiographical memories affect how we perceive and feel about ourselves ...
... walls), and the books the man flips through throughout the video represent his memories of her ... Ultimately, his memories consume him however, as his memories finally kill him, he is finally able to reunite with his love (And I see your face) ...
... The Memories video tells the story of an aged Sharon den Adel who returns to her old house, which is now for sale ... she is transformed into her younger self and the house is restored to how it is in her memories ... some scenes, den Adel walks around the house, haunted by memories of her old lover and in others, she is in a room with other band mates singing ...
Famous quotes containing the word memories:
“Do memories plague their ears like flies?
They shake their heads.”
—Philip Larkin (19221985)
“We are prisoners of the worlds demented sink.
The soft enchantments of our years of innocence
Are harvested by accredited experience
Our fondest memories soon turn to poison
And only oblivion remains in season.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
“Curiosity is one of the lowest of the human faculties. You will have noticed in daily life that when people are inquisitive they nearly always have bad memories and are usually stupid at bottom.”
—E.M. (Edward Morgan)