101 Phrases of Gabriel García Márquez (Love and Life)

I leave you more than 100 famous quotes by Gabriel García Márquez , One of the most important novelists of all time.

In his legacy Left masterpieces such as One Hundred Years of Solitude (with which he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982), Chronicle of a Death Announced, Love in Times of Cholera, The Colonel Has No One to Write or Notice of a Kidnapping.

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  1. "Men are not born the day the mother brings them into the world, but when life forces them to bring themselves.
  2. "No adventure of the imagination has more literary value than the most insignificant episode of daily life.
  3. "No medicine cures what happiness can not.
  4. "The world is moving forward. Yes, I said, moving forward, but circling the sun.
  5. - Age is not how old you are if not how old you feel.
  6. "I've always said that jealousy knows more than truth.
  7. -A thing that went so wrong in life can not go well in a book
  8. -It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing their dreams.
  9. "What matters to you in life is not what happens to you, but what you remember and how you remember it.
  10. "Sex is the consolation you have when you can not have love.
  11. - Love of the soul from the waist up and love of the body from the waist down.
  12. I had to interrupt my education to go to school.
  13. "I always thought that to stop believing caused an indelible scar in the place where the faith was and that prevented forgetting.
  14. The chauffeur warned me: Careful, wise, in that house they kill. I replied: If it is for love does not matter.
  15. "No one deserves your tears, but the one who deserves them will not make you cry.
  16. "There's always something left for love."
  17. "Strains condemned to a hundred years of solitude did not have a second chance on earth.
  18. "If God had not rested on Sunday, he would have had a difficult time finishing the world.
  19. "He was still too young to know that the memory of the heart eliminates evil and manifests good, and that through this sacrifice we are able to withstand the burden of the past.
  20. "I would not exchange the delights of my suffering for anything in the world.
  21. "But if they had learned together, wisdom came to us when it was no good at all.
  22. "Humans are not born forever the day their mothers light them, but life forces them to give birth to themselves over and over again.
  23. Nothing in this world was as difficult as love.
  24. Nostalgia, as always, had erased the bad memories and magnified the good ones.
  25. "One is nowhere as long as he does not have a dead man underground."
  26. "It is life, more than death, which has no limits.
  27. "There is a time when all the obstacles collapse, all conflicts fall away, and you come up with things you had not dreamed of, and then there is nothing better in life than writing.
  28. "It's enough for me to be sure that you and I exist at the moment.
  29. "I am always amused that the highest praise for my work is for the imagination, while the truth is that there is no line of my work that has no basis in reality. The problem is that Caribbean reality resembles the wildest imagination.
  30. "The worst way to miss someone is to sit next to him and know that you'll never have him."
  31. He had learned to think in cold, so that the unavoidable memories did not hurt any feeling.
  32. "My heart has more rooms than a dating house.
  33. "I feel that I know her less the more I know her."
  34. "It can not rain all my life."
  35. "They say that I am a mafioso, because my sense of friendship is such that it is a little that of the gangsters: on one side my friends and on the other the rest of the world, with which I have very little contact.
  36. "People spend their lives thinking how they would like to live. I asked my friends and no one seems to know clearly. For me it is very clear now I wish my life had been like the years in which I wrote"Love in Cholera Times".
  37. "Ultimately, literature is nothing more than carpentry. With both of you work with reality, a material as hard as wood.
  38. "You may be one person in this world, but for somebody you are the world."
  39. "That casual look was the source of a cataclysm of love that half a century later had not yet ended.
  40. "The problem in public life is learning to overcome terror; The problem in married life is learning to overcome boredom.
  41. "The only regret I'll have when I die is if it's not out of love."
  42. "The secret of a good old age is nothing more than an honest pact with solitude.
  43. - Never stop smiling even when you are sad, someone could fall in love when you are smiling.
  44. "I love you not for who you are, but for who I am when I am by your side.
  45. "I do not have to say it, because I am distinguished by leagues: I am ugly, timid and anachronistic.
  46. "The only thing that comes safely is death.
  47. "I'll never fall in love again, it's like having two souls at the same time.
  48. "Languages ​​have to be known when you're going to sell something. But when one is going to buy, everyone understands it anyway.
  49. "A man knows he's getting old because he starts to look like his father."
  50. "The fiction was invented the day Jonas came home and told his wife that he was three days late because he had been swallowed by a whale.
  51. -The problem with marriage is that it ends every night after making love and must be rebuilt every morning before breakfast.
  52. "Age has no reality except in the physical world. The essence of the human being is resistant to the passage of time. Our inner lives are eternal, our spirits remain as young and vigorous as when they were in full bloom.
  53. "Just because someone does not love you as you want, does not mean that he does not love you with his whole being.
  54. -To offer friendship to those who seek love is to give bread to those who die of thirst.
  55. -A good writer is best appreciated for what he breaks than for what he publishes.
  56. "I've learned that a man only has the right to look down when he has to help him get up.
  57. "A true friend is the one who takes your hand and touches your heart.
  58. "It puzzles me so much to think that God exists, as it does not exist.
  59. -All human beings have three lives: public, private and secret.
  60. She would always place a barrier of rage against fear. And in that case, the most terrible of all, it was the fear of running out of it.
  61. "Perhaps God wants you to meet many wrong people before you know the right one, so that when it happens, you're grateful.
  62. "She discovered with great joy that you do not love your children simply because they are your children, but because of the friendship formed while raising them.
  63. "I do not believe in god, but I'm afraid of him.
  64. "I had to teach him to think of love as a state of grace that was not a means to anything but an origin and an end in itself.
  65. "Nothing resembles a person as much as the form of his death.
  66. "Eating without measure was always her only way of crying, and I'd never seen her do it with such regret.
  67. It was inevitable: the smell of bitter almonds always reminded him of the fate of annoying loves.
  68. - Always remember that the most important thing in a good marriage is not happiness, but stability.
  69. -No, not rich. I am a poor man with money, which is not the same.
  70. "A person does not die when he should, but when he can.
  71. "The only thing better than music is talking about music.
  72. "He taught her the only thing she had to learn for love: that no one teaches life.
  73. "They told him that for many years they had been without a cure, fixing soul deals directly with God, and had lost the malice of mortal sin.
  74. "There will always be people who will hurt you, so you have to keep trusting, just be careful.
  75. -Become a better person and make sure you know who you are, before meeting someone new and waiting for that person to know who you are.
  76. "He never imagined that curiosity was one of the many masks of love.
  77. "The demons do not believe them when they tell the truth.
  78. "The need has the face of a dog.
  79. "Old men, old men, are less old.
  80. "I will have time to rest when I die, but this eventuality is not yet in my plans.
  81. "He had a way of talking that served him better to conceal than to say.
  82. "But he knew, more from a pain than from experience, that such easy happiness could not last for long.
  83. The need to feel sad became a vice as the years devastated him.
  84. "She asked him in those days if it was true, as the songs said, that love could do everything. "It is true,"he replied,"but you will do well not to believe it."
  85. "I realized that the invincible power that has moved the world is unrequited love, not happy.
  86. "From there, too, can come my conviction that it is they who hold the world, while men disorganize it with our historical brutality.
  87. "Do not let me forget you.
  88. "Crazy people are not crazy if a person accepts their reasoning.
  89. "I live only to be loved more by my friends.
  90. "The world will have finished fucking,"he said then,"the day that men travel first class and literature in the freight wagon.
  91. "They were so close to each other that they preferred death to separation.
  92. "No matter what, nobody can take the dances you've already had.
  93. "The truth is, I know very few novelists who have been satisfied with the adaptation of their books to the screen.
  94. -My vocabulary is not very good. I have to keep looking for things in the dictionary.
  95. "On the other hand, I did not listen to Mozart again for years, since I was struck by the perverse idea that Mozart does not exist, because when he is good he is Beethoven and when he is bad, it is Haydn.
  96. -Faulkner is a writer who has had a lot to do with my soul, but Hemingway is the one who has had most to do with my job, not simply for his books, but for his amazing knowledge of the aspect of craftsmanship in the science of writing.
  97. "Now I realize, however, that on those long walks we saw two different worlds. My grandfather saw his on his horizon, and I saw mine at the level of my eyes.
  98. Loneliness had selected his memories, and he had cremated the numbing piles of nostalgic garbage that life had accumulated in his heart, and had purified, magnified, and eternalized the others, the most bitter.
  99. He begged God to grant him at least a moment so that he would not leave without knowing how much he had wanted over their doubts, and felt an irresistible urge to start life with him again from the beginning to tell himself Everything that was left unsaid, and to do well again anything they had done wrong in the past. But he had to surrender to the intransigence of death.
  100. They were both aware of having so few things in common that they never felt more alone than when they were together, but neither of them dared to hurt the charms of habit. They needed a national commotion to realize, both at the same time, how much they had hated, and with how much tenderness, for so many years.
  101. "They had lived together enough to realize that love was love at any time and anywhere, but all the more dense the closer to death.
  102. Shortly before the end, with a gleam of joy, she suddenly realized that she had never been so close to someone she loved so much.
  103. "He told her that love was an unnatural feeling, condemning two strangers to a petty and unhealthy dependency, the more ephemeral the more intense.
  104. -Jubile the spelling, terror of the human being from the cradle: buried the haches ruprestres, signed a treaty of limits between the ge and the jot and put more use of reason in the accents written, that after all no one has to read Tears where he says tear or confuse revolver with revolver. And that of our be of donkey and our go of cow, that the Spanish grandparents brought us as if they were two and always one remains.
  105. "The world was so recent, that many things had no name, and to mention them you had to point them with your finger.

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