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The past should be culled like a box of fresh strawberries, rinsed of debris, sweetened judiciously and served in small portions, not very often.
The past is whatever the records and the memories agree upon.
Time is so fast that even ten years later is already a past!
Our past has gone into history.
The past is strapped to our backs. We do not have to see it; we can always feel it.
The past is a finite resource.
We do not live in the past, but the past in us.
the past is only the future with the lights on.
The past is what makes now like now makes tomorrow.
You can't have the past. Only the future, and the future is, of course, completely uncertain.
The only past which endures lies wordlessly within you. The
The past can't touch you unless you let it.
The past is a grenade that explodes when thrown.
The past is dead and buried. But I know now that buried things have a way of rising to the surface when one least expects them to.
Past is past, and the future is ahead.
That is what the past was, that which you could not get rid of. The past did not resemble the crumbs spilled over a rug. You could not shake them out from open windows.
The Past: Our cradle, not our prison; there is danger as well as appeal in its glamour. The past is for inspiration, not imitation, for continuation, not repetition.
Only fools prefer the past!
What is the past, after all, but a vast sheet of darkness in which a few moments, pricked apparently at random, shine?
The past is a closed door.
Sometimes the past can vanish.
The past never went away and it was not designed to do so.
It would always be there, and it should be acknowledged.
The question is precisely to know whether the past has ceased to exist, or ceased to be useful ...
The past is the past. It may be the reason why we've become who we are today, but we can change our tomorrow. Another past is seconds away.
The past, boxed up and stacked out of sight. But never too far away
The past is only the present become invisible and mute; and because it is invisible and mute, its memorized glances and its murmurs are infinitely precious. We are tomorrow's past.
The past isn't over. It isn't even past.
The past is a gift that should not be unwrapped in the present.
The past ... is a dim avenue down which we may walk and find the diverging paths of terror and beauty and passion ...
The past is getting clearer and clearer
For the past, rightly understood, is no mere past
I don't think of the past. The only thing that matters is the everlasting present.
The past is no farther away than your pillow.
I don't have a past. I have a continuous present. The past is part of the present, just as the future is. We exist in time.
There is a reason why past is past.
There is not past, no future; everything flows in an eternal present.
The past is another planet.
The future qualifies the past.
You change the past when you change the way you see it.
The past is the sepulchre of our dead emotions.
The past only exists in the minds of those who choose to recall it.
The past is but the past of a beginning.
The past is a cupboard full of light and all you have to do is find the key that opens the door.
The past is a good place for the past.
We may not live in the past, but the past lives in us.
The past is dead, and has no resurrection.
The past is not simply the past, but a prism through which the subject filters his own changing self-image.
Time goes from present to past.
The past is only as alive as we keep it by remembering.
Less past, more future!
As and old (and clandestine) Soviet joke used to express it, the problem with the past...is that it is always so unpredictable.
Past is a picture that has been viewed already, and there's nothing more to learn from it, so we need to stop looking at the same picture again and again and start making a better picture for the future, so that when someday we look back the picture's made by us, instead of regretting we cherish it.
The past is always with us, for nothing that once was time can ever depart.
The past isn't in the past. It's always with us. In our history. Our minds, our blood.
The past is just something that's over.
The past is not dead; it is not even past. People live on inner time; the moment in which a decisive thought or feeling takes place can be at any time. Timeless feelings are common to all of us.
In simple, the past is a time gone by and no longer exists in the present moment, but we choose to allow this past to occupy our minds, our bodies and our very existence.
I wonder why we hate the past so.
The past is a reality that exists just beyond our reach.
The past is gained, secure, and on record.
The past can be tamed and controlled.
Let no-one say the past is dead, the past is all about us and within.
No one can master the past; one can only interrogate it.
You can never live in the past. You always live in the tiny gap between the present and the future.
What is past, one cannot change,
so each backward glance is a bit of the present slipping away.
The past is what you take with you.
I buried the past in a shallow, unmarked grave but it does not rest in peace. It demands to be named and honored.
The past is for learning from and letting go. You can't revisit it. It vanishes.
There is only the here and now. The past is gone, forgotten.
The past should not be a place where we live, but something from which we learn.
The past is a country to which one cannot return
If you want to know the past, look at your present. If you want to know the future, look at your present.
You would never be past but you're my present, future & forever
The one charm about the past is that it is the past.
You must always know the past, for there is no real Was, there is only Is.
The past doesn't go away. You just can't see it anymore.
The past has to be seen to be dead; or the past will kill.
The past is our definition. We may strive with good reason to escape it, or to escape what is bad in it. But we will escape it only by adding something better to it.
I don't live in the past.
Even when it stands vacant the past is never empty.
The past is a tricky thing. Sometimes it's etched in stone. And other times, it's rendered in soft memories. But if you meddle too long in deep, dark things... Who knows what monsters you'll awaken?
The past is a kind of future that has already happened.
What is past is prologue.
When the past is mentioned, some cry! When the past is mentioned, some ponder! When the past is mentioned, never again comes into the mind of some people. When the past is mentioned, some recall their had I known! The past is past, but its footprints never go!
The past can be a terrible weight bound to you by an unbreakable chain. You can drag it with you, forever looking over your shoulder at what holds you back. Or you can let it go and move forward. It's your choice.
The past lives through us. We are its legacy.
The past is a distraction, a source of envy, enmity, bitterness. Only the present matters, for only in the present can we shape the future.
Cut loose the past; it is dead weight.
Let the Extirpation continue. Let it never end.
I try not to live in the past ... but ... sometimes the past lives in me
I adore the past. So much more restful than the present. So much more dependable than the future.
Past is like a histroy book were we can learn what weve done in it.
The present is the key to the past
The past is blind. The future is unwanting. All you need is in front of you.
The past cannot be changed or forgotten, edited or erased. It can only be accepted.
I have no past
the steps have disappeared
the wind has blown them away.
For me, the past is dead. Can't go back.
Every one has a past, but that's just is -- it's in the past
what is now in the past was once in the future'.
The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.
The past is no more; the future not yet. Nothing exists except the here and now. Our grand business is not to see what lies dimly at a distance, but to do what lies clearly at our hands.
Where does the past go when it changes?