Oona Out Of Order Quotes

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All good things end, always. The trick is to enjoy them while they last.
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There would be bad days, there always would. But she'd collect these good days, each one illuminated, and string them together until they glowed brightly in her memory like Christmas lights in a mirrored room.
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Time heals all. But what if time itself is the disease?
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Make your life more about letting in the good things than preventing the bad things.
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But there was a freedom in making mistakes, feeling broken, falling into the void, and then climbing out. A freedom in letting go, setting aside, moving on.
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Stop micromanaging your life and just live it; joy and meaning will follow. Find the happy medium between being daring and responsible. Cultivate that balance. Do your best. Be good to yourself, even whenβ€”especially whenβ€”life isn’t being good to you.
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It felt as if my whole life had been shaped by the things people wouldn't say.
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Dogs and books, two excellent defenses against solitude and despair.
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Is this what it means to get older, replaying happy memories because the best times are behind you?
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Hiraeth: homesickness for something that never was and never could be.
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Oona stopped trusting the mirror years ago. After all it told only a sliver of the story. The mirror exposed time’s passage, yes, but eclipsed her heart’s true mileage. Each year the body was hers but her mind was out of sync with her reflection.
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That's the amazing thing about you. How sneaky your wisdom and how quiet your sacrifices.
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Whichever the years flow it was impossible to outmaneuver their passage. Even chronology doesn't guarantee security. All good things ended. Always. The trick was to enjoy them when they lasted.
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Oona was still learning, everytime she leaped no matter the year someone important would be absent from life. Every year bittersweet. But it would be okay. There would be bad days, there always would. But she'd collect these good days, each one illuminated, and string them together until they glowed brightly in her memory
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It was a compliment like a piece of candy dusted with arsenic.
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But being able to buy anything put a spotlight on the things that couldn't be bought (lost friendship, lost love,lost time), human nature being prone to focus on what was lacking.
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How terrible it must be when the source of your pain is your own child.
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Anger is a poison and forgiveness is the antidote.
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Oona stopped trusting the mirror years ago. After all it told only a sliver of the story. The mirror exposed time’s passage, yes, but eclipsed her heart’s true mileage.
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When I was growing up, Mama used to say what you dislike in other people is really what you dislike in yourself.
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You weren't adding chaos to my life. You were adding color.
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the world is gonna carry on whether you spend the year moping in bed or exploring it.
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being able to buy anything put a spotlight on the things that couldn’t be bought (lost friendship, lost love, lost time)
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Time heals all. But what if time itself is the disease? β€”Wim Wenders and Peter Handke, Wings of Desire
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panko fried chicken and truffle mac and cheese with soppressata.
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Mama used to say what you dislike in other people is really what you dislike in yourself.
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Margarita Montimore (Oona Out of Order)
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A black, hissing voice in her head: How many mistakes can you live with?
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The mirror exposed time’s passage, yes, but eclipsed her heart’s true mileage. The lined face, the extra pounds, the hair chemically treated to hide its gray. Each year the body was hers, but her mind was out of sync with her reflection
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She often teased Oona about taking things too seriously, whether it was her college courses or band practice, or even her relationship with Dale, urging her daughter to be young and frivolous once in a while. As if you couldn’t be serious about something and still enjoy it. As if being young meant being foolish.
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Margarita Montimore (Oona Out of Order)
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So ordinary people act like they're famous?
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He chuckled. β€œProbably
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tchotchke
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There would be bad days, there always would. But she’d collect these good days, each one illuminated, and string them together until they glowed brightly in her memory like Christmas lights in a mirrored room.
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Margarita Montimore (Oona Out of Order)
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The mirror exposed time’s passage, yes, but eclipsed her heart’s true mileage. The lined face, the extra pounds, the hair chemically treated to hide its gray. Each year the body was hers, but her mind was out of sync with her reflection. Always playing catch-up, trying to rearrange the scrambled pieces of her life. It
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Her next leap would always hover over the horizon waiting to wisp her away. In some cases waiting to grant a wish from years ago.
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Oona was still learning, everytime she leaped no matter the year someone important would be absent from life.
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I was raised not to express emotional problems. Do you know there isn’t even a Korean word for depression? The closest thing is a phrase that translates as having a down heart.
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You’re not Sarah Connor, and the Terminator is now governor of California
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