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Haruki Murakami Quote: “There’s a special feeling you get on a veranda that you just can’t get anywhere else.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “There is nothing in this world that never takes a step outside a person’s heart.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “I contented myself with whiskey, for medicinal purposes. It helped numb my various aches and pains. Not that the alcohol actually reduced the pain; it just gave the pain a life of its own, apart from mine.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Never trust a man who carries a handkerchief, I always say. One of many prejudicial rules of thumb.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Spending plenty of time on something can be the most sophisticated form of revenge.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “I used to run a full marathon in three hours and 25 or 26 minutes. Not any more.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “The best musicians transpose consciousness into sound; painters do the same for color and shape.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Everything was too sharp and clear, so that I could never tell where to start- the way a map that shows too much can sometimes be useless.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “As I already explaned, I don’t have any form. I’m a conceptual metaphysical object.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “The most dangerous creature here would have to be me. So maybe I’m just scared of my own shadow.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Is it possible to become friends with a butterfly?”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Certain kinds of knowledge rob people of their sleep.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “That’s how stories happen – with a turning point, an unexpected twist. There’s only one kind of happiness, but misfortune comes in all shapes and sizes. It’s like Tolstoy said. Happiness is an allegory, unhappiness a story.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “A deserted library in the morning – there’s something about it that really gets to me. All possible words and ideas are there, resting peacefully.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “One day, I lost sight of her. I happened to glance away for a moment, and when I turned back, she had disappeared.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Besides being the world the kind of sadness that can not be expressed in tears. You can not explain it to anyone. Unable to take any shape, settles quietly in the bottom of the heart as snow during the windless night.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “The faintest gleam of their lost memories glimmered for the briefest moment in their hearts.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “The problem was, I think, that the places I fit in were always falling behind the rimes.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Fate seems to be taking me in some even stranger directions.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “I wasn’t particularly afraid of death itself. As Shakespeare said, die this year and you don’t have to die the next.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “If writing novels is like planting a forest, then writing short stories is more like planting a garden.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Exerting yourself to the fullest within your individual limits: that’s the essence of running, and a metaphor for life – and for me, for writing as well. I believe many runners would agree.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Things change everyday. With each new dawn, it is not the same world as before. And you’re not the same person you were either.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “What would tomorrow bring? I wondered. Both hands on the wheel, I closed my eyes. I didn’t feel like I was in my own body; my body was just a lonely, temporary container I happened to be borrowing. What would become of me tomorrow I did not know.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “You have to patiently learn to live together with your shadow. And carefully observe the darkness that resides within you. Sometimes in a dark tunnel you have to confront your own dark side.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Relax your body, and the rest of you will lighten up.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “The good thing about writing book is that you can dream while you are awake...”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “When I am writing, I do not distinguish between the natural and supernatural. Everything seems real. That is my world, you could say.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “It’s not me but the world that’s deranged.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “All things in my novels are real for me. Some western critics said that Garcia Marquez’s novels are magic realism. However, I believe that Marquez must have experienced everything in his novels.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “My priority is my books, at least at this point. What I have to do is write the narrative of this time.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “We each have a special something we can get only at a special time of our life. like a small flame. A careful, fortunate few cherish that flame, nurture it, hold it as a torch to light their way. But once that flame goes out, it’s gone forever.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “I wondered if she was trying to convey something to me, something she could not put into words – something prior to words that she could not grasp within herself and which therefore had no hope of ever turning into words.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “For me, writing a novel is like having a dream. Writing a novel lets me intentionally dream while I’m still awake. I can continue yesterday’s dream today, something you can’t normally do in everyday life.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “When I was a teenager, I thought how great it would be if only I could write novels in English. I had the feeling that I would be able to express my emotions so much more directly than if I wrote in Japanese.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “He placed this doubt inside a drawer in his mind labeled “Pending” and postponed any further consideration. He had many such drawers inside him, with numerous doubts and questions tucked away.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Our life here was just a momentary illusion, and someday reality would yank us back to the world we came from.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Accurate knowledge does not improve people’s lives. The objective does not necessarily surpass the subjective, you know. Reality does not necessarily extinguish fantasy... There are channels through which reality can become unreal, or unreality can enter the realm of the real. If we desire it that strongly. Deep in our heart. But that didn’t mean we were free. It might demonstrate quite the opposite.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Once thing goes wrong, then the whole house of cards collapses. And there’s no way you can extricate yourself. Until someone comes along to drag you out.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Because brains packed with knowledge are yummy, that’s why. They’re nice and creamy. And sort of grainy at the same time.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “What I’d like to be is a unique writer who’s different from everybody else. I want to be a writer who tells stories unlike other writers’.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “I have a lot more patience for others than I have for myself, and I am much better at bringing out the best in others than in myself. That’s just the kind of person I am. I’m the scratchy stuff on the side of the matchbox.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Maybe the only thing I can definitely say about is this: That’s life. Maybe the only thing we can do is accept it, without really knowing what’s going on.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “She was seriously in love, but she never made demands.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “It is the same with anything – you have to learn through your own experience, paying your own way. You can’t learn it from a book.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “All you have to do is wait,” I explained. “Sit tight and wait for the right moment. Not try to change anything by force, just watch the drift of things. Make an effort to cast a fair eye on everything. If you do that, you just naturally know what to do. But everyone’s always too busy. They’re too talented, their schedules are too full. They’re too interested in themselves to think about what’s fair.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “Love and used Subarus were two different things. Weren’t they?”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “I don’t know much about the world, but I do know one thing for sure. If I’m pessimistic, then the adults in this world who are not pessimistic are a bunch of idiots.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “When I start to write, I don’t have any plan at all. I just wait for the story to come.”
Haruki Murakami Quote: “If I choose to write about sheep, it’s just because I happened to write about sheep. There is no deep significance.”
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