„Remembrance restores possibility to the past, making what happened incomplete and completing what never was. Remembrance is neither what happened nor what did not happen but, rather, their potentialization, their becoming possible once again.“

Quelle: Potentialities: Collected Essays in Philosophy

Letzte Aktualisierung 3. Juni 2021. Geschichte
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„I'm more interested in what people tell themselves happened rather than what actually happened.“

—  Kazuo Ishiguro Japanese-born British author 1954

Dunn, Adam. " In the land of memory: Kazuo Ishiguro remembers when http://web.archive.org/web/20010625162920/http://www.cnn.com/2000/books/news/10/27/kazuo.ishiguro/" cnn.com Book News. 27 Oct. 2000 (archived from the original http://www.cnn.com/2000/books/news/10/27/kazuo.ishiguro/ on 2001-06-25).
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Kontext: More fundamentally, I'm interested in memory because it's a filter through which we see our lives, and because it's foggy and obscure, the opportunities for self-deception are there. In the end, as a writer, I'm more interested in what people tell themselves happened rather than what actually happened.

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„There is a sort of mythology that grows up about what happened, which is different from what really did happen.“

—  Peter Higgs British physicist 1929

About the early days after the proposal of the Higgs mechanism, as quoted by Peter Rodgers, in Peter Higgs: the man behind the boson http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/print/19750, Physics World (July 10, 2004)

„Wall Street is where prophets tell us what will happen and profits tell us what did happen.“

—  Robert Orben American magician and writer 1928

Greg Heberlein (September 28, 1986) "'Doctor' Lefevre Seeks Cure For Hospitalized Bull Market", The Seattle Times, p. C2.
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„It is a realization that what happens is the young become more connected to God given social media. What happens is they are touched by whatever happens and they want to promote it to others.“

—  Mylo Hubert Vergara Filipino bishop of the Catholic Church (born 1962) 1962

Quelle: Bishop Vergara: Social media a key part of IEC 2016 http://www.archivioradiovaticana.va/storico/2016/01/29/bishop_vergara_social_media_a_key_part_of_iec_2016/en-1204631 (29 January 2016)

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„What you make happen for others, God makes happen for you.“

—  T. B. Joshua Nigerian Christian leader 1963

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„See what happens when the brain is completely still.“

—  Jiddu Krishnamurti Indian spiritual philosopher 1895 - 1986

Quelle: 1970s, The Urgency of Change (1970), p. 184
Kontext: The brain is the source of thought. The brain is matter and thought is matter. Can the brain — with all its reactions and its immediate responses to every challenge and demand — can the brain be very still? It is not a question of ending thought, but of whether the brain can be completely still? This stillness is not physical death. See what happens when the brain is completely still. <!-- π

„What happened what happened, let's go!“

—  Ramón Valdés Mexican actor 1923 - 1988

As Don Ramón
Original: (sp) ¡Qué pasó qué pasó vamos ay!

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„Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what happens to him.“

—  Aldous Huxley English writer 1894 - 1963

Texts and Pretexts (1932), p. 5
Variante: Experience is not what happens to you; it's what you do with what happens to you.
Quelle: Texts & Pretexts: An Anthology With Commentaries
Kontext: The poet is, etymologically, the maker. Like all makers, he requires a stock of raw materials — in his case, experience. Now experience is not a matter of having actually swum the Hellespont, or danced with the dervishes, or slept in a doss-house. It is a matter of sensibility and intuition, of seeing and hearing the significant things, of paying attention at the right moments, of understanding and co-ordinating. Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what happens to him. It is a gift for dealing with the accidents of existence, not the accidents themselves. By a happy dispensation of nature, the poet generally possesses the gift of experience in conjunction with that of expression.

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—  Jack Layton Leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada 1950 - 2011

To Mr. Harper, contending the Prime Minister used advocate cleaning up government and caring for the environment; 2011 English Language Federal Election Debate http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/obituary-jack-layton-in-quotes/article2135661/?from=sec368

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