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200 Deep Inspirational Quotes of Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Gabriel José de la Concordia García Márquez was a Colombian novelist, short-story writer, screenwriter and journalist, known affectionately as Gabo or Gabito throughout Latin America. Wikipedia
BornMarch 6, 1927, Aracataca, Colombia
DiedApril 17, 2014, Mexico City, Mexico

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Inspirational Quotes of Gabriel Garcia Marquez :

  1. Nobody deserves your tears, but whoever deserves them will not make you cry. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  2. The only regret I will have in dying is if it is not for love. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  3. It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing dreams. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  4. Injections are the best thing ever invented for feeding doctors. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  5. The most important thing Paris gave me was a perspective on Latin America. It taught me the differences between Latin America and Europe and among the Latin American countries themselves through the Latins I met there. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  6. Everything that goes into my mouth seems to make me fat, everything that comes out of my mouth embarrasses me. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  7. A man knows when he is growing old because he begins to look like his father. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  8. Ultimately, literature is nothing but carpentry. With both you are working with reality, a material just as hard as wood. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  9. I must try and break through the cliches about Latin America. Superpowers and other outsiders have fought over us for centuries in ways that have nothing to do with our problems. In reality we are all alone. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  10. What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  11. The interpretation of our reality through patterns not our own, serves only to make us ever more unknown, ever less free, ever more solitary. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  12. From the moment I wrote ‘Leaf Storm’ I realized I wanted to be a writer and that nobody could stop me and that the only thing left for me to do was to try to be the best writer in the world. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  13. Fame is very agreeable, but the bad thing is that it goes on 24 hours a day. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  14. If God hadn’t rested on Sunday, He would have had time to finish the world. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  15. I don’t know who said that novelists read the novels of others only to figure out how they are written. I believe it’s true. We aren’t satisfied with the secrets exposed on the surface of the page: we turn the book around to find the seams. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  16. Always remember that the most important thing in a good marriage is not happiness, but stability. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  17. The problem with marriage is that it ends every night after making love, and it must be rebuilt every morning before breakfast. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  18. An early-rising man is a good spouse but a bad husband. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  19. She discovered with great delight that one does not love one’s children just because they are one’s children but because of the friendship formed while raising them. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  20. In journalism just one fact that is false prejudices the entire work. In contrast, in fiction one single fact that is true gives legitimacy to the entire work. That’s the only difference, and it lies in the commitment of the writer. A novelist can do anything he wants so long as he makes people believe in it. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  21. Fiction was invented the day Jonas arrived home and told his wife that he was three days late because he had been swallowed by a whale. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  22. The truth is that I know very few novelists who have been satisfied with the adaptation of their books for the screen. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  23. A person doesn’t die when he should but when he can. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  24. Tricks you need to transform something which appears fantastic, unbelievable into something plausible, credible, those I learned from journalism. The key is to tell it straight. It is done by reporters and by country folk. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  25. No, not rich. I am a poor man with money, which is not the same thing. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  26. I think that the idea that I’m writing for many more people than I ever imagined has created a certain general responsibility that is literary and political. There’s even pride involved, in not wanting to fall short of what I did before. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  27. Faulkner is a writer who has had much to do with my soul, but Hemingway is the one who had the most to do with my craft – not simply for his books, but for his astounding knowledge of the aspect of craftsmanship in the science of writing. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  28. I don’t believe in God, but I’m afraid of Him. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  29. The heart’s memory eliminates the bad and magnifies the good. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  30. It always amuses me that the biggest praise for my work comes for the imagination, while the truth is that there’s not a single line in all my work that does not have a basis in reality. The problem is that Caribbean reality resembles the wildest imagination. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  31. Fatality makes us invisible. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  32. Thinking that it would console him, she took a piece of charcoal and erased the innumerable loves that he still owed her for, and she voluntarily brought up her own most solitary sadnesses so as not to leave him alone in his weeping. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  33. In her final years she would still recall the trip that, with the perverse lucidity of nostalgia, became more and more recent in her memory. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  34. It is impossible to explain. But what I like most is to eat. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  35. I don’t have a method. All I do is read a lot, think a lot, and rewrite constantly. It’s not a scientific thing. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  36. Ah, me, if this is love, then how it torments. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  37. One had to live a long time to know a man’s true nature. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  38. One could be happy not only without love, but despite it. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  39. Life had already given him sufficient reasons for knowing that no defeat was the final one. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  40. Let me stay here,” he said. “There was soap. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  41. Horses frighten me as much as chickens do,’ he said. ‘That is too bad, because lack of communication with horses has impeded human progress,’ said Abrenuncio. ‘If we ever broke down the barriers, we could produce the centaur. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  42. To all, I would say how mistaken they are when they think that they stop falling in love when they grow old, without knowing that they grow old when they stop falling in love…” – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  43. The only Virgos left in the world are people like you who were born in August. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  44. This was when I heard that the first symptom of old age is when you begin to resemble your father. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  45. For a week I did not take off my mechanic’s coverall day or night I did not bathe or shave or brush my teeth because love taught me too late that you groom yourself for someone you dress and perfume yourself for someone and I’d never had anyone to do that for. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  46. I always had understood that dying of love was mere poetic license. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  47. and it was always without pretensions of loving or being loved although always in the hope of finding something that resembled love but without the problems of love. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  48. Do not allow me to forget you – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

More Inspirational Quotes of Gabriel Garcia Marquez :
  1. They looked like two children,” she told me. And that thought frightened her, because she’d always felt that only children are capable of everything. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  2. Hate and love are reciprocal passions. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  3. Tell him,’ the colonel said, smiling, ‘that a person doesn’t die when he should but when he can. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  4. One never quite stops believing, some doubt remains forever”. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  5. I plead youth as a mitigating circumstance. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  6. The first of the line is tied to a tree and the last is being eaten by the ants . – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  7. The world was reduced to the surface of her skin and her inner self was safe from all bitterness. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  8. Even when the winds of misfortune blow, amazing things can still happen. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  9. She let him finish, scratching his head with the tips of her fingers, and without his having revealed that he was weeping from love, she recognized immediately the oldest sobs in the history of man. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  10. And again, as always, after so many years we were still in the same place we always were. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  11. She searched the truth with an anguish almost as great as her terrible fear of finding it . – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  12. That’s maybe the reason he does so many things so that he will not have to think . – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  13. The only thing worse than bad health is a bad name. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  14. Everything that belonged to her husband made her weep again: his tasseled slippers, his pajamas under the pillow, the space of his absence in the dressing table mirror, his own odor on her skin. A vague thought made her shudder: “The people one loves should take all their things with them when they die. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  15. Why do you insist on talking about what does not exist? – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  16. There’s no greater misfortune than dying alone. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  17. How strange women are. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  18. The weak would never enter the kingdom of love. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  19. She had the revelation one Sunday that while the other instruments played for everyone the violen played for her alone . – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  20. She had never imagined that curiosty was one of the many masks of love . – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  21. There was a house at the foot of the tower, close to the thunder of the waves breaking against the cliffs, where love was more intense because it seemed like a shipwreck. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  22. The people one loves should take all their things with them when they die. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  23. He was weary of the uncertainty of the vicious circle of that eternal war that always found him in the same place, but always older, wearier, even more in the position of not knowing why, or how, or even when. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  24. [The captain] looked at Florentino Ariza, his invincible power, his intrepid love and was overwhelmed by the belated suspicion that it is life, more than death, that has no limits. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  25. Both looked back then on the wild revelry…and they lamented that it had cost them so much of their lives to find the paradise of shared solitude. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  26. A great commotion immobilized her in her center of gravity, planted her in her place, and her defensive will was demolished by the irresistible anxiety to discover what the orange bells and whistles and the invisible globes on the other side of death were like. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  27. In the plenitude of their relationship, Florentina Ariza asked himself which of the two was love: the turbulent bed or the peaceful Sunday afternoons, and Sara Noriega calmed him with the simple argument that love was everything they did naked. She said, ‘Spiritual love from the waist up and physical love from the waist down. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  28. Perhaps this is what the stories meant when they called somebody heartsick. Your heart and your stomach and your whole insides felt empty and hollow and aching. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  29. and taught him the only thing he had to learn about love: that nobody teaches life anything. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  30. There was no sleeper more elegant than she, with her curved body posed for a dance and her hand across her forehead, but there was also no one more ferocious when anyone disturbed the sensuality of her thinking she was still asleep when she no longer was. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  31. This was his world, he said to himself, the sad, oppressive world that God had provided for him, and he was responsible to it. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  32. With her Florentino Ariza learned what he had already experienced many times without realizing it: that one can be in love with several people at the same time, feel the same sorrow with each, and not betray any of them. Alone in the midst of the crowd on the pier, he said to himself in a flash of anger: ‘My heart has more rooms than a whorehouse. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  33. Disbelief is more resistant than faith because it is sustained by the senses. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  34. It was a love of perpetual flight. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  35. Just because someone does not love you as you want, it does not mean that you do not love with all his being. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  36. I’ve remained a virgin for you. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  37. The world is divided into those who screw and those who do not. He distrusted those who did not—when they strayed form the straight and narrow it was something so unusual for them that they bragged about love as if they had just invented it. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  38. He thought that the world would make more rapid progress without the burden of old people. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  39. I must warn you that the books I like are not necessarily the ones I think are the best. I like them for various reasons not always easy to explain. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  40. The only thing he could do to stay alive was not to allow himself the anguish of that memory. He erased it from his mind, although from time to time in the years that were left to him he would feel it revive, with no warning and for no reason, like the sudden pang of an old scar. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  41. Life in the world… was nothing more than a system of atavistic contracts, banal ceremonies, preordained words, with which people entertained each other in society in order not to commit murder. The dominant sign in that paradise of provincial frivolity was fear of the unknown. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  42. Very well, I will marry you if you promise not to make me eat eggplant. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  43. In some way impossible to ascertain, after so many years of absense, Jose Arcadio was still an autumnal child, terribly sad and solitary. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  44. Her laugh was sad and taciturn, seemingly detached from any feeling of the moment, like something she kept in the cupboard and took out only when she had to, using it with no feeling of ownership, as if the infrequency of her smiles had made her forget the normal way to use them. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  45. Shame has poor memory. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  46. Then he knew that they had rounded the cape of good hope, and he took her large, soft hand again and covered it with forlorn little kisses, first the hard metacarpus, the long, discerning fingers, the diaphanous nails, and then the hieroglyphics of her destiny on her perspiring palm. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  47. She knew that it would not be easy to submit to his miserliness, or the foolishness of his premature appearance of age, or his maniacal sense of order, or his eagerness to as for everything and give nothing at all in return, but despite all this, no man was better company because no other man in the world was so in need of love. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  48. She felt the abyss of disenchantment. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

More Inspirational Quotes of Gabriel Garcia Marquez :
  1. He did not dare to console her, knowing that it would have been like consoling a tiger run thru by a spear. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  2. For a week, almost without speaking, they went ahead like sleepwalkers through a universe of grief, lighted only by the tenuous reflection of luminous insects, and their lungs were overwhelmed by a suffocating smell of blood. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  3. More than mother and son, they were accomplices in solitude. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  4. Nevertheless, no matter how much they killed themselves with work, no matter how much money they eked out, and no matter how many schemes they thought of, their guardian angels were asleep with fatigue while they put in coins and took them out trying to get just enough to live with. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  5. Amputees suffer pains, cramps, itches in the leg that is no longer there. That is how she felt without him, feeling his presence where he no longer was. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  6. Because he had not done what she, with her heart in her mouth, had hoped he would do, which was to be a man: deny everything, and swear on his life it was not true, and grow indignant at the false accusation, and shout curses at this ill-begotten society that did not hesitate to trample on one’s honor, and remain imperturbable even when forced with crushing proofs of his disloyalty. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  7. It was the year they fell into devastating love. Neither one could do anything except think about the other, dream about the other, and wait for letters with the same impatience they felt when they answered them. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  8. When he went through the kitchen he kissed Rebeca on the forehead. “Get those bad thoughts out of your head,” he told her. “You’re going to be happy. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  9. In the end all books are written for your friends. The problem after writing One Hundred Years of Solitude was that now I no longer know whom of the millions of readers I am writing for; this upsets and inhibits me. It’s like a million eyes are looking at you and you don’t really know what they think. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  10. She would say, “Someone should invent something to do with things you cannot use anymore but that you still cannot throw out. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  11. Her heart of compressed ash, which had resisted the most telling blows of daily reality without strain, fell apart with the first waves of nostalgia. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  12. While a person does not give up on sex, sex does not give up on the person. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  13. Surrealism comes from the reality of Latin America. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  14. Surrealism runs through the streets, – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  15. Most critics don’t realize that a novel like One Hundred Years of Solitude is a bit of a joke, full of signals to close friends; and so, with some pre-ordained right to pontificate they take on the responsibility of decoding the book and risk making terrible fools of themselves. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  16. Give me a prejudice and I will move the world. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  17. People spend a lifetime thinking abouthow they would really like to live. I asked my friends and no one seems to know very clearly. To me, it’s very clear now. I wish my life could have been like the years when I was writing ‘Love in the Time of Cholera.’ – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  18. A man should have two wives: one to love and one to sew on his buttons. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  19. The only difference today between Liberals and Conservatives is that the Liberals go to mass at five o’clock and the Conservatives at eight. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  20. A famous writer who wants to continue writing has to be constantly defending himself against fame. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  21. Sex is the consolation you have when you can’t have love. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  22. Love becomes greater and nobler in calamity. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  23. Nobody teaches life anything. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  24. Caribbean reality resembles the wildest imagination. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  25. At some point, you no longer feel pain. Sensation disappears and reason is dulled, until you lose all grasp of time and place. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  26. Santiago Nasar had often told me that the smell of closed-in flowers had an immediate relation to death for him. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  27. Life is but a continual succession of opportunities for surviving. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  28. Your first realization when you become an important person is that all day and all night, whatever the circumstances, people want to hear you talk about yourself. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  29. If you lie down in a village square hoping to capture a sea gull, you could stay there your whole life without succeeding. But a hundred miles from shore it’s different. Sea gulls have a highly developed instinct for self-preservation on land but at sea they’re very cocky. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  30. The anxiety of falling in love could not find repose except in bed. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  31. And nevertheless, when they watched him leave the house, this man they themselves had urged to conquer the world, then they were the ones left with the terror that he would never return. That was their life. Love, if it existed, was something separate: another life. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  32. Children’s lies are signs of great talent. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  33. I was asked the other day if I would be interested in the Nobel Prize, but I think that for me it would be an absolute catastrophe. I would certainly be interested in deserving it, but to receive it would be terrible. It would just complicate even more the problems of fame. The only thing I really regret in life is not having a daughter. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  34. Curiosity is one of the many masks of love. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  35. For those who may be hurting over lost love: Don’t cry because it is over… smile because it happened. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  36. When you have a healthy appetite there is no such thing as bad bread. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  37. Most fatal diseases had their own specific odor, but … none was as specific as old age. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  38. Inspiration gives no warnings. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  39. The only everyday and eternal reality was love. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  40. Ultimately, literature is nothing but carpentry – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  41. Love does not die, when someone gets old, people get old, because they can not love anymore. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  42. You have to have spent the night at sea, sitting in a life raft and looking at your watch, to know that the night is immeasurably longer than the day. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  43. He governed as if he felt predestined to never die – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  44. All my life, I’ve been frightened at the moment I sit down to write. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  45. Just imagine, a cow on the balcony of the nation, what an awful thing, what a shitty country… – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  46. We’ll grow old waiting. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  47. One of the most difficult things is the first paragraph. I have spent many months on a first paragraph, and once I get it, the rest just comes out very easily. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  48. Sex is one’s consolation when love is not enough – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

More Inspirational Quotes of Gabriel Garcia Marquez :

  1. In the beginning, when the world was new and nothing had a name, my father took me to see the ice. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  2. A falcon who chases a warlike crane can only hope for a life of pain. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  3. It is not that the girl is unfit for everything, it is that she is not of this world. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  4. It was the time when they loved each other best, without hurry or excess, when both were most conscious of and grateful for their incredible victories over adversity. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  5. Unfortunately many young writers are more concerned with fame than with their own work… It’s much more important to write than to be written about. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  6. The more transparent the writing, the more visible the poetry. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  7. Nobody is worth crying for, and those that are worth it will not make you cry. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  8. Necessity has the face of a dog. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  9. Fame invades your private life. It takes away from the time that you spend with friends, and the time that you can work. It tends to isolate you from the real world. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  10. When one reaches absolute power, one loses total contact with reality. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  11. If you love something – let. If it is yours – it will come back. I love you not because of who you are, but for who I am when I’m with you. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  12. It was, at last, real life, with my heart safe and condemned to die of happy love in the joyful agony of any day after my hundredth birthday. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  13. but he only found her in the image that saturated his private and terrible solitude. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  14. She sensed it, saw my eyes wet with tears, and only then must have discovered I was no longer the man I had been, and I endured her glance with a courage I never thought I had. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  15. jealousy knows more than truth does. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  16. The truth was that I could not manage my soul, and I was becoming aware of old age because of my weakness in the face of love. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  17. Blood circulated through her veins with the fluidity of a song that branched off into the most hidden areas of her body and returned to her heart, purified by love. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  18. I want the same one, the way she always is, without failures, without fights, without bad memories. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  19. Florentina Ariza had kept his answer ready for fifty-three years, seven months and eleven days and nights. ‘Forever,’ he said. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  20. Just as real events are forgotten, some that never were can be in our memories as if they happened. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  21. Love is not a condition of the spirit but a sign of the zodiac. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  22. Thus they went on living in a reality that was slipping away, momentarily captured by words, but which would escape irremediably when they forgot the values of the written letters. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  23. I never had intimate friends, and the few who came close are in New York. By which I mean they’re dead, because that’s where I suppose condemned souls go in order not to endure the truth of their past lives. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  24. I would not have traded the delights of my suffering for anything in the world. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  25. Morality, too, is a question of time. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  26. No matter what you do this year or in the next hundred, you will be dead forever. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  27. He spent six hours examining things, trying to find a difference from their appearance on the previous day in the hope of discovering in them some change that would reveal the passage of time. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  28. In that way the long-awaited visit, for which both had prepared questions and had even anticipated answers, was once more the usual everyday conversation. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  29. Lost in the solitude of his immense power, he began to lose direction. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  30. Why were you so old when we met? I answered with the truth: Age isn’t how old you are but how old you feel. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  31. He shook my hand and said goodbye with a sentence that might have been either good advice or a threat: “Take good care of yourself. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  32. Only God knows how much I love you. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  33. Nothing resembles a person as much as the way he dies. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  34. He thought about his people without sentimentalily, with a strick closing of his accounts with life, beginning to understand how much he really loved the people he hated the most. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  35. He repeated until his dying day that there was no one with more common sense, no stone cutter more obstinate, no manager more lucid or dangerous, than a poet. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  36. It was then that she realized that the yellow butterflies preceded the appearances of Mauricio Babilonia. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  37. A true friend is the one who holds your hand and touches your heart – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  38. …they enjoyed the miracle of loving each other as much at the table as in bed, and they grew to be so happy that even when they were two worn-out old people they kept on blooming like children and playing together like dogs. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  39. nothing in this world was more difficult than love. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  40. Always tell what you feel. Do what you think… – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  41. Once again she shuddered with the evidence that time was not passing, as she had just admitted, but that it was turning in a circle. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  42. She would defend herself, saying that love, no matter what else it might be, was a natural talent. She would say: You are either born knowing how, or you never know. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  43. Aureliano not only understood by then, he also lived his brother’s experiences as something of his own, for on one occasion when the latter was explaining in great detail the mechanism of love, he interrupted him to ask: “What does it feel like?” José Arcadio gave an immediate reply: “It’s like an earthquake. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  44. Then the writing became so fluid that I sometimes felt as if I were writing for the sheer pleasure of telling a story, which may be the human condition that most resembles levitation. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  45. It was the last that remained of a past whose annihilation had not taken place because it was still in a process of annihilation, consuming itself from within, ending at every moment but never ending its ending. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  46. we had made love without love, half-dressed most of the time and always in the dark so we could imagine ourselves as better than we were. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  47. it is a triumph of life that old people lose their memories of inessential things… – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  48. Make no mistake: peaceful madmen are ahead of the future. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  49. The woman let out an expansive laugh that resounded through the house like a spray of broken glass. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  50. One can be in love with several people at the same time, feel the sorrow with each, and not betray any of them. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  51. Cease, cows, life is short. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  52. Fernanda, on the other hand, looked for it in vain along the paths of her everyday itinerary without knowing that the search for lost things is hindered by routine habits and that is why it is so difficult to find them. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  53. There had never been a death so foretold. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  54. My most important problem was destroying the lines of demarcation that separate what seems real from what seems fantastic. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  55. It had to teach her to think of love as a state of grace: not the means to anything but the alpha and omega, an end it itself. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  56. As I kissed her the heat of her body increased, and it exhaled a wild, untamed fragrance. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  57. Freedom is often the first casualty of war. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  58. He pleaded so much that he lost his voice. His bones began to fill with words. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  59. Things have a life of their own,” the gypsy proclaimed with a harsh accent. “It’s simply a matter of waking up their souls. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  60. the bells of glory that announced to the world the good news that the uncountable time of eternity had come to an end – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  61. Over the years they both reached the same wise conclusion by different paths: it was not possible to live together in any other way, or love in any other way, and nothing in this world was more difficult than love. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

  62. Humanity, like armies in the field, advances at the speed of the slowest. – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

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