65 Recall Quotes On Success In Life

These recall quotes will inspire you. Recall bring (a fact, event, or situation) back into one’s mind; remember.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging recall quotes, recall sayings, and recall proverbs.

Best Recall Quotes

  1. “You won’t be free from guilt if you are constantly replaying the negative memories of your past. If you’re going to replay anything, replay your victories!” ~ Joel Osteen
  2. “A cigar is as good as memories that you have when you smoked it.” ~ Raul Julia
  3. “Where I went in my travels, it’s impossible for me to recall. I remember the sights and sounds and smells clearly enough, but the names of the towns are gone, as well as any sense of the order in which I traveled from place to place.” ~ Haruki Murakami
  4. “I’ve been at some pains to say that I fear for the country if Mr.[DonALD] Trump should be elected. I think it’s a candidacy without any parallel that I can recall.” ~ William Weld

  5. “Fortunately for me, I was able to see the newspaper and saw that they were hiring in a new program called the Cedar Program, and I recall going to one of my Olympic buddies and saying, “Hey, man, this might be a shot in the arm for us. Let’s go down and apply for these Cedar jobs.”I took a job as a gardener caretaker.” ~ John Carlos
  6. “More than anything else I recall being, or trying very deliberately to be, a perfect child. Not a Goody Two-shoes, but a kid who did good, who worked hard and met every expectation. I strove to achieve in the excessive way that psychotherapists tend to regard with concern.” ~ James McGreevey
  7. “Of course, we will work towards that end. Of course, we will work to achieve this result. However, you have just mentioned the 1956 agreement, and one may recall that these negotiations were later terminated, in effect, on Japan’s initiative.” ~ Vladimir Putin
  8. “One of the things that came out of the campaign, as I recall, was a high ranking [Hillary’s] Clinton official, I believe, sent their password via email. We also need to learn how to protect our own information. And I think that’s important as well.” ~ Rand Paul

  9. “I loved Road Warrior the first time. I saw The Road Warrior before I saw Mad Max, you know, I saw it in reverse order. And so I was, I’ve always been a fan of George Miller. This sequence I think got storyboarded after Fury Road came out I think as I recall. So I think, you know, we were inspired [making Maora].” ~ John Musker
  10. “On “[Total] Recall” also [sets were extraordinary], but this was next-level. They built two or three blocks of midtown Manhattan in 1926 and it was inhabited with 400 extras and 24 Model Ts and a train system and all that kind of nonsense. It was madness. You would walk into shops and they would have the goods from that period, it was just huge.” ~ Colin Farrell
  11. “If you look at the statistics of fratricide or intra-sibling homicide, it’s extremely rare. And look at Burke [Ramsey] and JonBenet at the time of her murder. She was the powerhouse, the firecracker; she’s the dominant one, not him. I just don’t see it. And as I recall, John Ramsey passed a lie detector test. I can unequivocally say that Burke is not the killer nor do I think John Ramsey is the killer. Let’s leave it there.” ~ Nancy Grace
  12. “Over the last few years they have done a superb job in their fight against al-Qaida. As you may recall, our embassy in Jedda (in Saudi Arabia) was overrun some four years ago and a number of foreign workers went home because of violence against them.” ~ David Petraeus

  13. “I remember my parents yelling at each other and at me from an early age, and I remember a lot of things smashing. I try to look for the happy memories from the brief time my parents were married, and I can’t really recall that. From the start things were messed up, and I just kept moving through the years and trying to pick out the little bits of evidence that would help me prove to myself that it wasn’t my doing. But it took finding out somebody really does love me, who’s not my parents or a relative, to really know that I was loveable.” ~ Jason Diamond , Recall quotes memories
  14. “You count up your dead, every one. Always. Recall them, each and all – every face, every heart.” ~ Janet Morris
  15. “Over ten thousand people have signed a petition to recall Governor Schwarzenegger. I’m sorry, that is next year’s joke.” ~ Craig Kilborn
  16. “The last guy tried to get out of me writing him a ticket by saying, ‘Kiss me, big boy, kiss me like there’s no tomorrow!’…as I recall, I didn’t write that ticket.” ~ Brad Sherwood

  17. “I think that I recall the nostalgic ’50s: the start of early television and rock-and-roll, and I think everything seemed to get very generic. Not much has changed.” ~ Rick Moranis
  18. “Every little job becomes a dream, and you don’t recall it anymore, and maybe you might have a deja vu moment, but it’s like something you dreamed earlier” ~ Terrence Howard
  19. “I wish I could recall with clarity the impulse that compelled me to help bring this camp into being. I’d be pleased if I could announce a motive of lofty purpose. I’ve been accused of compassion, of altruism, of devotion to Christian, Hebrew, and Muslim ethic, but however desperate I am to claim ownership of a high ideal, I cannot. I wanted, I think, to acknowledge Luck; the chance of it, the benevolence of it in my life, and the brutality of it in the lives of others, made especially savage for children because they may not be allowed the good fortune of a lifetime to correct it.” ~ Paul Newman
  20. “Women tend to recall the details of an emotionally competent stimulus, using more of their left hemisphere to do the processing. Men tend to recall the gist aspects of an emotionally competent stimulus, using more of their right hemisphere to do the processing.” ~ John Medina

  21. “The more senses recruited at the moment of learning, the more likely you are to recall it later.” ~ John Medina
  22. “Karl Rove thinks we shouldn’t have Hillary Clinton in the White House because she fell and hit her head a couple years ago, spent three days in the hospital, and maybe she has brain damage. You know, I don’t recall the Republicans being this concerned with mental fitness during the years when Reagan was talking to house plants in the White House.” ~ Bill Maher
  23. “I admit that I do not recall the speeches of Comrades [Earl] Browder and [Samuel] Darcy. I do not even recall of what they spoke. It is possible that they said something of this nature. But it was not the Soviet people who created the American Communist Party. It was created by Americans.” ~ Joseph Stalin
  24. “I do not recall to [Kim Jong-un], but it was complex. “Dear young leader of the people and chairman of the joint military commission” or something like that.” ~ Werner Herzog

  25. “I discovered [Joan of Arc] toward the age of ten or twelve when I went to France. I don’t remember where I read about her, but I recall that she immediately took on a definite importance for me. I wanted to sacrifice my life for my country. It seems like foolishness and yet…what happens when we’re children is engraved forever on our lives.” ~ Indira Gandhi
  26. “Visitation Street is urban opera writ large. Gritty and magical, filled with mystery, poetry and pain, Ivy Pochoda’s voice recalls Richard Price, Junot Diaz, and even Alice Sebold, yet it’s indelibly her own.” ~ Dennis Lehane
  27. “The next time we met was at Appomattox, and the first thing that General Grant said to me when we stepped inside, placing his hand in mine was, Pete, let us have another game of brag, to recall the days that were so pleasant. Great God! I thought to myself, how my heart swells out to such magnanimous touch of humanity. Why do men fight who were born to be brothers?” ~ James Longstreet
  28. “Right now my favorite thing is working to recall our absolute shitbag of a governor. He’s been screwing up my state for more than a year. I want him out.” ~ Patrick Rothfuss

  29. “Let’s recall Bosnia in 1995. As we know well, the European peacekeeping contingent, represented by the Dutch troops, did not want to get involved with one of the attacking sides, and allowed it to destroy a whole village. Hundreds of people were killed or injured. The tragedy in Srebrenica is well known in Europe.” ~ Vladimir Putin
  30. “I think, to be honest, sort of emanated from the initial work of somebody else instead of SCLC. If you take Albany; I don’t know whether you recall how Albany got started. There were two little guys who went up there first. One was Cordell Hull who was then in his teens – not Cordell Hull – Cordell Reagan, who came out of the Nashville movement, and Charles Sherrod, who came out of the Richmond, Virginia, movement.” ~ Ella Baker
  31. “Being born in ’31 was during the Depression and in my earlier youth World War II took place – so it was not the best of times, and yet I don’t recall ever having experiences that were a burden.” ~ Paul Smith
  32. “I personally think that we should be extremely reluctant to use a recall mechanism for an unpopular decision simply because of the message it sends about judicial independence.” ~ Deborah Rhode

  33. “The federal government has more power to recall a defective stuffed animal who’s little glass eye may fall off than to recall contaminated ground beef that could sicken or even kill hundreds if not thousands of people. The meat-packing industry is so powerful that it’s managed to prevent the government from having this basic power of recalling a defective product.” ~ Eric Schlosser
  34. “I went through elementary school being bullied and teased. I remember someone – I can’t recall his name, but I can see his face – who decided on the school bus, when I was ten or eleven, to call me “Percy.” That was somehow supposed to connect to the fact that I wasn’t very athletic. I was, in fact, also not very coordinated. I was not very masculine, by the standards of ten-year-olds. I remember being on the school bus and everyone chanting, “Percy! Percy! Percy!” at me.” ~ Andrew Solomon
  35. “As I hammered in the last bolt and staggered over the rim, it was not at all clear to me who was the conqueror and who was the conquered. I do recall that El Cap seemed to be in much better condition than I was.” ~ Warren Harding
  36. “I came to the US as an immigrant and I recall vividly those first few years in California, the brief time we spent on welfare, and the difficult task of assimilating into a new culture.” ~ Khaled Hosseini

  37. “There is nothing in England that exercises a more delightful spell over my imagination than the lingerings of the holiday customs and rural games of former times. They recall the pictures my fancy used to draw in the May morning of life, when as yet I only knew the world through books, and believed it to be all that poets had painted it; and they bring with them the flavor of those honest days of yore, in which, perhaps with equal fallacy, I am apt to think the world was more home-bred, social, and joyous than at present.” ~ Washington Irving
  38. “You go to a lot of small communities in rural Alberta and you’ll find a degree of diversity that probably hasn’t existed in terms of immigration for a century – you’ll find the Filipino grocery store, and the African Pentecostal church and maybe a mosque. Albertans are pro-immigration; they’re also pro-integration. In my years in this province I cannot recall more than a handful of expressions of xenophobia or nativism that I’ve encountered. It’s the land of new beginnings and fresh starts – it is rare Albertans who trace their roots here back more than a generation or two.” ~ Jason Kenney
  39. “I have recall. I don’t know why or how. I had a guy once who said he played against me in novice [league, for kids under nine], for the Detroit Lasers. And I said, “Oh yeah, we beat you in the tournament, 8-1 and I think I scored seven goals, and the goalie was left-handed.” And he was, “Oh my God. I was the goalie!” .” ~ Wayne Gretzky
  40. “Most people think that ‘I don’t recall’ is a clever answer. But it isn’t that clever. You might not recall that you had bacon and eggs for breakfast- but if you killed your mother, you’ll remember it.” ~ F. Lee Bailey

  41. “Looking back through the mists of time, I recall some distinctly religious experiences in my teens–when I was only fourteen years old to be precise. These experiences opened my mind to the idea of a Creator and that caring for other living things was a Christian duty. My parents were not strongly religious at the time and when I announced at that youthful age that I wanted to be a priest, it not unnaturally provoked some incredulity, even mirth. In the same year, I became a vegetarian, which–for family and friends–was even more vexing.” ~ Andrew Linzey
  42. “Were it not for gravity one man might hurl another by a puff of his breath into the depths of space, beyond recall for all eternity.” ~ Roger Joseph Boscovich
  43. “Clinton’s team used a technology called BleachBit, which is basically acid, and this is going to acid wash her emails. Who would do this? She claims she couldn’t recall important information on 39 separate and different occasions. She can’t even remember whether she has trained in the use of classified information. And she said she didn’t know the letter C means “confidential” or at least “classified.” If she can’t remember such crucial events and information, honestly, she’s totally unfit to be our commander-in-chief, totally unfit.” ~ Donald Trump
  44. “When ambitious desires arise in thy heart, recall the days of extremity thou have passed through. Forbearance is the root of all quietness and assurance forever.” ~ Ieyasu Tokugawa

  45. “Truth comes home to the mind so naturally, that when we learn it for the first time, it seems as though we did no more than recall it to our memory.” ~ Bernard le Bovier de Fontenelle
  46. “I do think the whole question of judicial accountability is a complicated one. On the one hand, you want to encourage judicial independence. And it’s always, I think, problematic when an unpopular decision triggers a recall election. Because it sends a disempowering message to judges. On the other hand, it’s the only way that voters have to rein in someone whose views are really so out of the mainstream of public opinion that they jeopardize the legitimacy of the judicial process.” ~ Deborah Rhode
  47. “Growing up too fast and I do recall, Wishin’ time would stop right in it’s tracks.” ~ Kenny Chesney
  48. “A solitary maple on woodside flames in single scarlet, recalls nothing so much as the daughter of a noble house dressed for a fancy ball, with the whole family gathered around to admire her before she goes.” ~ Henry James

  49. “[…] “I recall what you said to me once,” Will went on. “That words have the power to change us. Your words have changed me, Tess; they have made me a better man than I would have been otherwise. Life is a book, and there are a thousand pages I have not read. I would read them together with you, as many as I can, before I die -” ~ Cassandra Clare
  50. “The art of remembering is the art of thinking. When we wish to fix a new thing in either our own mind or a pupil’s, our conscious effort should not be so much to impress and retain it as to connect it with something else already there. The connecting is the thinking; and, if we attend clearly to the connection, the connected thing will certainly be likely to remain within recall.” ~ William James
  51. “One has to live in the present. Whatever is past is gone beyond recall; whatever is future remains beyond one’s reach, until it becomes present. Remembering the past and giving thought to the future are important, but only to the extent that they help one deal with the present.” ~ S. N. Goenka
  52. “I’ve looked at life from both sides now…from win and lose, and still somehow it’s life’s illusions I recall I really don’t know life at all.” ~ Joni Mitchell

  53. “It is already possible to imagine a society in which the majority of the population, that is to say, its laborers, will have almost as much leisure as in earlier times was enjoyed by the aristocracy. When one recalls how aristocracies in the past actually behaved, the prospect is not cheerful.” ~ W. H. Auden
  54. “I never felt that there was anything enviable in youth. I cannot recall that any of us, as youths, admired our condition to excess or had a desire to prolong it.” ~ Bernard Berenson
  55. “Men more quickly and more gladly recall what they deride than what they approve and esteem.” ~ Horace
  56. “I am happy now, to recall that I was not only his son but his companion, and whenever there was a hunting expedition or any other pleasure, I was always with him.” ~ John Philip Sousa

  57. “Mankind is at its best when it is most free. This will be clear if we grasp the principle of liberty. We must recall that the basic principle is freedom of choice, which saying many have on their lips but few in their minds.” ~ Dante Alighieri
  58. “The powered flight took a total of about eight and a half minutes. It seemed to me it had gone by in a lash. We had gone from sitting still on the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center to traveling at 17,500 miles an hour in that eight and a half minutes. It is still mind-boggling to me. I recall making some statement on the air-to-ground radio for the benefit of my fellow astronauts, who had also been in the program a long time, that it was well worth the wait.” ~ Robert Crippen
  59. “To pull the metal splinter from my palm my father recited a story in a low voice. I watched his lovely face and not the blade. Before the story ended, he’d removed the iron sliver I thought I’d die from. I can’t remember the tale, but hear his voice still, a well of dark water, a prayer. And I recall his hands, two measures of tenderness he laid against my face.” ~ Li-Young Lee
  60. “That man lives happy and in command of himself, who from day to day can say I have lived. Whether clouds obscure, or the sun illumines the following day, that which is past is beyond recall.” ~ Horace

  61. “Any piece of knowledge I acquire today has a value at this moment exactly proportional to my skill to deal with it. Tomorrow, when I know more, I recall that piece of knowledge and use it better.” ~ Mark Van Doren
  62. “…let us recognize that extreme poverty anywhere is a threat to human security everywhere. Let us recall that poverty is a denial of human rights. For the first time in history, in this age of unprecedented wealth and technical prowess, we have the power to save humanity from this shameful scourge. Let us summon the will to do it.” ~ Kofi Annan
  63. “It doesn’t prove anything except that you’re bullying us. Which, as I recall, is a sign of cowardice.” ~ Veronica Roth

  64. “There are those who, while reading a book, recall, compare, conjure up emotions from other, previous readings. This is one of the most delicate forms of adultery.” ~ Ezequiel Martinez Estrada
  65. “One way to recollect the mind easily in the time of prayer, and preserve it more in tranquillity, is not to let it wander too far at other times. You should keep it strictly in the presence of God; and being accustomed to think of Him often, you will find it easy to keep your mind calm in the time of prayer, or at least to recall it from its wanderings.” ~ Brother Lawrence

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