Sequence Of Events Quotes by Carlos Ruiz Zafon, Albert Einstein, Elizabeth George, Edward Sapir, Terry Pratchett, Dan Rather and many others.
Everything is a tale, Martin. What we believe, what we know, what we remember, even what we dream. Everything is a story, a narrative, a sequence of events with characters communicating an emotional content. We only accept as true what can be narrated.
The idea of a Being who interferes with the sequence of events in the world is absolutely impossible
Essentially and most simply put, plot is what the characters do to deal with the situation they are in. It is a logical sequence of events that grow from an initial incident that alters the status quo of the characters.
A second type of direct evidence is formed by statements, whether as formal legends or personal information, regarding the age or relative sequence of events in tribal history made by the natives themselves.
I express preference for a chronological sequence of events which precludes a violence.
And now the sequence of events in no particular order.
No one ever laid out the sequence of events that led to my mother being prosecuted and imprisoned for alleged welfare fraud.
We need creativity in order to break free from the temporary structures that have been set up by a particular sequence of experience.
It is our task to inquire into the causes that have brought about the observed differentiation, and to investigate the sequence of events that have led to the establishment of the multifarious forms of human life
Murderers will try to recall the sequence of events, they will remember exactly what they did just before and just after. But they can never remember the actual moment of killing. This is why they will always leave a clue.
Where does a story truly begin? In life, there are seldom clear-cut beginnings, those moments when we can, in looking back, say that everything started. Yet there are moments when fate intersects with our daily lives, setting in motion a sequence of events whose outcome we could never have foreseen.