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My Story My Story by Marilyn Monroe
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“I don't mind living in a man's world, as long as I can be a woman in it.”
Marilyn Monroe, Marilyn
“How wrong it is for a woman to expect the man to build the world she wants, rather than to create it herself.”
Marilyn Monroe, Marilyn: Her Life In Own Words
“When you're young and healthy you can plan on Monday to commit suicide, and by Wednesday you're laughing again.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“I could never pretend something I didn't feel. I could never make love if I didn't love, and if I loved I could no more hide the fact than change the color of my eyes.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“That's the way you feel when you're beaten inside. You don't feel angry at those who've beaten you. You just feel ashamed.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“Men are always ready to respect anything that bores them.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“For those who are poor in happiness, each time is a first time; happiness never becomes a habit.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“A strong man doesn't have to be dominant toward a woman. He doesn't match his strength against a woman weak with love for him. He matches it against the world.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“You might as well make yourself fly as to make yourself love.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“I wanted to ask a thousand questions, but there was no one to ask. Besides I knew that people only told lies to children-lies about everything from soup to Santa Claus.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“In Hollywood a girl's virtue is much less important than her hair-do. You're judged by how you look, not by what you are. Hollywood's a place where they'll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss, and fifty cents for your soul. I know, because I turned down the first offer often enough and held out for the fifty cents.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“But chiefly, no lies! No lies about there being a Santa Claus or about the world being full of noble and honorable people all eager to help each other and do good to each other. I'll tell her there are honor and goodness in the world, the same as there are diamonds and radium.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“Most men judge your importance in their lives by how much you can hurt them.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“I lay in bed at night crying to myself. The only one who loved me and watched over me was someone I couldn't see or hear or touch.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“Yes, there was something special about me, and I knew what it was. I was the kind of girl they found dead in a hall bedroom with an empty bottle of sleeping pills in her hand.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“The chief drawback with men is that they are too talkative.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“In Rockford I decided that I had seen enough of the world.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“Most men judge your importance in their lives by how much you can hurt them, not by how happy you can make them.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
tags: happy, hurt, men
“I didn’t mind being a goof if only he loved me. I felt when we were together that I walked in the gutter and he on the sidewalk. All I did was keep looking up to see if there was love in his eyes”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“الرجل أحياناً يشعر بالذنب والغضب لو أحبته المرأة بإفراط.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“أشعر بالخجل الشديد لأن أنظر إلى عين أحد. هكذا يكون حالك حين تشعر بالإنكسار داخل نفسك. أنت لا تشعر بالغضب حيال هؤلاء الذين قهروك. انت تشعر بالخزي فحسب. لقد ذقت شعور الخزي هذا منذ الطفولة; حين كانت تطرني عائلة من بيتها، وتعيدني إلى الملجأ.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“حين تكون شاباً صحيح الجسد; فبإمكانك أن تخطط لأن تقوم بالإنتحار يوم الإثنين، ويحل الأربعاء وأنت تضحك مجدداً.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“كان يخيم علي كسل قد منعني الحصول على وظيفة. فلقد كنت أفضِّل البقاء في الفرارش أشعر بالحزن لأجل نفسي; وأفكر كم كان العالم وحشياً غير عادل.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“حين قال " احبك " ، كانت اجمل من أن يتحدث عني ألف ناقد ويقولوا أني "نجمة عظيمة".”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“ليس بإمكان رجل أن يهوى امرأة قد تولِّد لديه نحوها شعور بالإستصغار. ليس بإمكانه أن يحبها اذا ما كان عقله يخجل منها.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
tags: حب
“الرجال يختلفون كثيرا عن النساء، إنهم زاخرون يتقديس الأبطال مناصرة لجنسهم. من الصعب أن تتخيل طاولة مليئة بالنساء يجلسن طوال ساعة كاملة يمتدحن ويتملقن امرأة اخرى، حتى لو كانت بطلة تفوق الرجل ثلاثة اضعاف.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“كان لدى الناس عادة بأن ينظروا إلي كما لو أني كنت مرآة على نحو ما، بدلا من كوني شخصاً. لم يكونوا يرونني; كانوا يرون أفكارهم الشهوانية الخاصة. كانوا يتقنعون بقناع زائف من البراءة والطهر, بدعواهم إياي أنني أنا الشخص الفاسق.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“اكتشفت أن الناس كانوا دائما ما يأمرونني أن اتوقف عن فعل أشياء أحب أن افعلها.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“وقعت في الحب لأول مرة. أنا لم اكن قد وقعت ابداً في الحب فحسب، لكن، أنا لم احلم به ابداً. هو كان شيئا يوجد فقط لأجل أناس آخرين، اناس لديهم عائلات وبيوت.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story
“I don't want you to feel depressed, honey. We've had a temporary setback.”
Marilyn Monroe, My Story