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imagining Quotes

12 of the best book quotes about imagining
  1. #1
    “I begin almost every day the same way: Ma’s voice in my head, telling me what I needed to do, what I needed to think about, how I needed to act.”
  2. #2
    “It was Dad’s voice in my head, or at least what I thought was his voice. I hadn’t heard it in so long, I couldn’t even tell if it was his or if I was making it up. Whatever it was, it got me to where I needed to get.”
  3. #3
    “Men and women are moved by tides much fiercer than you can imagine.”
  4. #4
    “Nurture strength of spirit to shield you from misfortune. But do not distress yourself with imaginings.”
  5. #5
    “We tell ourselves there are reasons for the things that happen, but we’re just telling ourselves stories. We make them up. They don’t mean anything.”
  6. #6
    “When I was a little girl fairy tales were my favorite books because even before you opened them you knew how they are going to end. Happily ever after.”
  1. #7
    “It is as if I had been going downhill while I imagined I was going up. And that is really what it was. I was going up in public opinion, but to the same extent life was ebbing away from me. And now it is all done and there is only death.”
  2. #8
    ″‘What you saw belongs to you. A story doesn’t live until it is imagined in someone’s mind.’
    ‘What does the story mean, then?’
    ‘It means what you want it to mean,’ Hoid said. ‘The purpose of a storyteller is not to tell you how to think, but to give you questions to think upon. Too often, we forget that.‘”
  3. #9
    “Imagine living in a world where there is no domination, where females and males are not alike or even always equal, but where a vision of mutuality is the ethos shaping our interaction.”
  4. #10
    “When you imagine the reality of the fulfilled desire and feel the thrill of accomplishment, your subconscious brings about the realisation of desire.”
  5. #11
    “I never imagined losing my mind was going to be such hard work.”
  6. #12
    “They would not understand why people like him, who were raised well fed and watered but mired in dissatisfaction, conditioned from birth to look towards somewhere else, eternally convinced that real lives happened in that somewhere else, were now resolved to do dangerous things . . . none of them starving . . . but merely hungry for choice and certainty.”

Books about storytelling

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Fortunately, the Milk book
Chapter book
5.3
Campfire Stories book
Chapter book
Ta-Da! book
Picture book
5.0
The Granddaughter Necklace book
Picture book
5.0
Once Upon a Baby Brother book
Picture book
5.0
The Storyteller book
Picture book
4.8
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