„Remember, pain is temporary; film is forever.“

Return of the King: Extended Edition Special Feature

Última atualização 22 de Maio de 2020. História

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Lance Armstrong photo

„Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, or a year, but eventually it will subside and something else will take its place. If I quit, however, it lasts forever.“

—  Lance Armstrong, livro It's Not About the Bike: My Journey Back to Life

"Back in the Saddle - An Essay by Lance Armstrong", as quoted in The Book of Action (2006) by Jeramy L. Patrick and Justin L. Helms, p. 68
Fonte: Armstrong, Lance. It's Not About the Bike: My Journey Back to Life. New York: Berkley Books, 2001

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Steve Martin photo

„… just remember, darling, it is pain that changes our lives.“

—  Steve Martin, livro Shopgirl

Variante: It's pain that changes our lives.
Fonte: Shopgirl

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„Remember that neither the future nor the past pains thee, but only the present.“

—  Marcus Aurelius, livro Meditações

VIII, 36
Meditations (c. 121–180 AD), Book VIII
Contexto: Remember that neither the future nor the past pains thee, but only the present. But this is reduced to a very little, if thou only circumscribest it, and chidest thy mind, if it is unable to hold out against even this.

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„I would rather remember even if sometimes it can be very painful.“

—  Giovanni Morassutti Italian actor, theatre director and cultural entrepreneur. 1980

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„So young when the pain had begun
Now forever afraid of being loved.“

—  Demi Lovato American singer, songwriter, actress, and author 1992

For The Love Of A Daughter
Lyrics, Unbroken (2011)

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„At night
They remember, however, that there is something they cannot remember.
So moan.Their's is the perfected pain of conscience that
Of forgetting the crime, and I hope you have not suffered it. I have.“

—  Robert Penn Warren American poet, novelist, and literary critic 1905 - 1989

"A Way to Love God", New and Selected Poems 1923–1985 (1985)
Contexto: I cannot recall what I started to tell you, but at least
I can say how night-long I have lain under the stars and
Heard mountains moan in their sleep. By daylight,
They remember nothing, and go about their lawful occasions
Of not going anywhere except in slow disintegration. At night
They remember, however, that there is something they cannot remember.
So moan. Their's is the perfected pain of conscience that
Of forgetting the crime, and I hope you have not suffered it. I have.

William James photo

„We should get toughness without callousness, authority with as little criminal cruelty as possible, and painful work done cheerily because the duty is temporary, and threatens not, as now, to degrade the whole remainder of one's life.“

—  William James American philosopher, psychologist, and pragmatist 1842 - 1910

1900s, The Moral Equivalent of War (1906)
Contexto: Such a conscription, with the state of public opinion that would have required it, and the many moral fruits it would bear, would preserve in the midst of a pacific civilization the manly virtues which the military party is so afraid of seeing disappear in peace. We should get toughness without callousness, authority with as little criminal cruelty as possible, and painful work done cheerily because the duty is temporary, and threatens not, as now, to degrade the whole remainder of one's life. I spoke of the "moral equivalent" of war. So far, war has been the only force that can discipline a whole community, and until and equivalent discipline is organized, I believe that war must have its way. But I have no serious doubt that the ordinary prides and shames of social man, once developed to a certain intensity, are capable of organizing such a moral equivalent as I have sketched, or some other just as effective for preserving manliness of type. It is but a question of time, of skilful propogandism, and of opinion-making men seizing historic opportunities.

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