„Its important to know stories. I felt the earth shift to make a place for you when you were born, and I came to tell you stories while you are young. And like me, you were born with a word on your tongue.“

—  Shannon Hale, The Goose Girl

Quelle: The Goose Girl

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American fantasy novelist 1974

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„You were not born a winner, and you were not born a loser. You are what you make yourself be.“

—  Lou Holtz American college football coach, professional football coach, television sports announcer 1937

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„All sorrows can be borne if you put them into a story or tell a story about them.“

—  Karen Blixen Danish writer 1885 - 1962

As quoted in The Human Condition (1958) by Hannah Arendt. This appears as part of a statement in a 1957 interview where she speaks of a friend's comments about her:
I am not a novelist, really not even a writer; I am a storyteller. One of my friends said about me that I think all sorrows can be borne if you put them into a story or tell a story about them, and perhaps this is not entirely untrue. To me, the explanation of life seems to be its melody, its pattern. And I feel in life such an infinite, truly inconceivable fantasy.
Interview with Bent Mohn in The New York Times Book Review (3 November 1957)
Paraphrased variant : All suffering is bearable if it is seen as part of a story.

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„Trouble,” he chuckled. “What does a boy like you know about trouble? I was in trouble afore you were born. I been in trouble you don’t even got words for.“

—  Patrick Rothfuss, buch Der Name des Windes

Quelle: The Name of the Wind (2007), Chapter 61, “Jackass, Jackass” (p. 454)

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„The two most important days in your life are the day you were born and the day you find out why.“

—  Mark Twain American author and humorist 1835 - 1910

This appears on the opening placard of the film The Equalizer, attributing it to Twain, but there is no evidence that Twain wrote it. A precursor is found in Taylor Hartman's self-help book The Character Code (first published 1991), where it is not attributed to Twain: "The three most significant days in your life are: 1. The day you were born. 2. The day you find out why you were born. 3. The day you discover how to contribute the gift you were born to give" ( Google Books link https://books.google.com/books?id=gIKCxWxNmeMC&pg=PA147&dq=%22day+you+find+out+why%22&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwijrJzc84vLAhUJzGMKHajvADEQ6AEIIjAB#v=onepage&q=%22day%20you%20find%20out%20why%22&f=false)

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„When you hide another story in a story, that’s the story I am telling the children.“

—  Maurice Sendak American illustrator and writer of children's books 1928 - 2012

Quoted in an interview, "Sendak on Sendak," Rosenbach Museum & Library, Philadelphia (2007/2008)

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„Trust me, I'm telling you stories…. I can change the story. I am the story.“

—  Jeanette Winterson English writer 1959

Quelle: Written on the Body

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„The stars are alive and nights like these
were born to be sanctified by you and me.“

—  Mike Scott songwriter, musician 1958

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