I have learned that a man has the right and obligation to look down at another man, only when that man needs help to get up from the ground.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
The heart's memory eliminates the bad and magnifies the good.
For fate granted him the immense good fortune of losing his memory.
Because solitude had made a selection in her memory and had burned the dimming piles of nostalgic waste that life had accumulated in her heart, and had purified, magnified, and eternalized the others, the most bitter ones.
I'll have plenty of time to rest when I die, but this eventuality is not yet part of my plans.
What is essential, therefore, is not that you no longer believe, but that God continues to believe in you.