TV Series Collected Quotes: Forever

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Only God can truly save. I help with the small things.
— “Diamonds Are Forever.” Forever

They say memories make us who we are. That the past defines us. But we can’t forget to grow, [and] evolve, because sometimes a memory can be so powerful that we get stuck in it. Frozen in a moment.
— “Punk is Dead.” Forever

“Even God finds it hard to love and be wise at the same time.”
“Look Before You Leap.” Forever

What if feeling nothing is the worst pain of all?
— “The Ecstasy of Agony.” Forever

We can train our bodies to forget but not our minds.
— “New York Kids.” Forever

Have you read your bible? The more blessed you are, the worse it is.
— “Diamonds Are Forever.” Forever

It has been said that a man is not dead while his name is still spoken. That we are only truly gone when we’ve disappeared from the memories of those who loved us. Meaning, a great artist never dies. As long as his books are read, his paintings admired, as long as his songs are sung, we may each of us live forever.
— “6 A.M.” Forever

The Rest

What kills you is not what causes your heart to stop beating. It’s what prevents you from living.
— “Diamonds Are Forever.”

The microwave is to food, what the cellphone is to conversation. It destroys the very thing it wishes to help!
— “The Man In The Killer Suit.”

“[…] what keeps us alive, more important than blood or oxygen, or even love, is hope.”
– “Pilot.”

“You can learn a lot from a body. How a life was lived, what was their pain, suffering, life experiences, even if they were loved. But what a body can’t tell you is why. And for those left behind, that seems to be the only question that really matters.”
“Look Before You Leap.”

Our body feels pain to warn us of danger but it also reminds us we’re alive, that we can still feel. That’s why some of us seek it out while others choose to numb it.
— “The Ecstasy of Agony.”

It’s ironic, isn’t it? […] That the only way you can truly feel alive is to give another person the power to destroy you.
— “The Ecstasy of Agony.”

It’s strange that the things we do for a thrill, in order to make ourselves feel alive, are the same things that may kill us. The same is true when it comes to human relationships. The people we love the most are the ones capable of hurting us the most deeply.
— “The Ecstasy of Agony.”

Nothing stays buried. It all comes up – one way or another.
— “New York Kids.”

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