Tan Twan Eng Quotes

Top 27 wise famous quotes and sayings by Tan Twan Eng

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Tan Twan Eng quotes: The young have hopes and dreams, while the old hold the remains of them in their hands and wonder what has happened to their lives. The young have hopes and dreams, while the old hold the remains of them in their hands and wonder what has happened to their lives.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: entire cottage industry centered just on Aritomo-sensei, entire cottage industry centered just on Aritomo-sensei,
Tan Twan Eng quotes: Was this part of the process of growing up, that we finally noticed the people closest to us in a different, clearer light? Was this part of the process of growing up, that we finally noticed the people closest to us in a different, clearer light?
Tan Twan Eng quotes: I can only teach you the way, that is all. What you do with it and what it does to you, those are beyond my influence. I can only teach you the way, that is all. What you do with it and what it does to you, those are beyond my influence.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: For what is a person without memories? A ghost, trapped between worlds, without an identity, with no future, no past. For what is a person without memories? A ghost, trapped between worlds, without an identity, with no future, no past.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: On a mountain above the clouds once lived a man who had been the gardener of the emperor of Japan. On a mountain above the clouds once lived a man who had been the gardener of the emperor of Japan.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: To have memories, happy or sorrowful, is a blessing, for it shows we have lived our lives without reservation. To have memories, happy or sorrowful, is a blessing, for it shows we have lived our lives without reservation.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: The palest ink will endure beyond the memories of man The palest ink will endure beyond the memories of man
Tan Twan Eng quotes: A raintree bent towards a window in one side of the bungalow, eavesdropping on the conversations that had taken place inside over years. A raintree bent towards a window in one side of the bungalow, eavesdropping on the conversations that had taken place inside over years.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: The tree of life is already doomed from the moment it is planted. The tree of life is already doomed from the moment it is planted.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: It begins to rain softly, raising goose-pimples on the pond's skin. It begins to rain softly, raising goose-pimples on the pond's skin.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: Feel your body expanding as you breathe: that is where we live, in the moments between each inhalation and exhalation. Feel your body expanding as you breathe: that is where we live, in the moments between each inhalation and exhalation.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: When you are lost in this world, or on the continent of time itself,remember who you have been and you will know who you are When you are lost in this world, or on the continent of time itself,remember who you have been and you will know who you are
Tan Twan Eng quotes: Enlightenment, it is a moment of complete clarity, of pure bliss. At that instant everything will be revealed to you. Enlightenment, it is a moment of complete clarity, of pure bliss. At that instant everything will be revealed to you.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: In return for surrendering to the throw, you are given the gift of flight,' he said. In return for surrendering to the throw, you are given the gift of flight,' he said.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: Before me lies a voyage of a million miles, and my memory is the moonlight I will borrow to illuminate my way. Before me lies a voyage of a million miles, and my memory is the moonlight I will borrow to illuminate my way.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: Some element in the air between us changed, as though a wind that had been blowing gently had come to an abrupt stillness. Some element in the air between us changed, as though a wind that had been blowing gently had come to an abrupt stillness.
Tan Twan Eng quotes: Time did not exist; I had no idea of how many minutes had passed. And what was time but merely a wind that never stopped? Time did not exist; I had no idea of how many minutes had passed. And what was time but merely a wind that never stopped?