It doesn't make sense to dwell on things you can't do anything about.
—Cinda Williams Chima in The Sorcerer Heir
The true art of memory is the art of attention.
You remember your first love because they show you, prove to you, that you can love and be loved, that nothing in this world is deserved except for love, that love is both how you become a person, and why.
—John Green in Turtles All the Way Down
One of the keys to happiness is a bad memory.
—Rita Mae Brown
Nostalgia is a way of remembering people and places and things, and wishing things hadn't changed. It has a sweetness to it.
—Linda Lael Miller in Creed's Honor