Haruki Murakami Quotes and its meanings

Haruki Murakami has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Age Best Famous Freedom History Hope Imagination Morning Movies Politics Respect Society Sports Sympathy Teacher Trust War

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What does Haruki Murakami write about?

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What are the top most famous quotes by Haruki Murakami?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Haruki Murakami.

  • You are 27 or 28 right? It is very tough to live at that age. When nothing is sure. I have sympathy with you.
  • When I write about a 15-year old, I jump, I return to the days when I was that age. It's like a time machine. I can remember everything. I can feel the wind. I can smell the air. Very actually. Very vividly.
  • I've run the Boston Marathon 6 times before. I think the best aspects of the marathon are the beautiful changes of the scenery along the route and the warmth of the people's support. I feel happier every time I enter this marathon.
  • I lost some of my friends because I got so famous, people who just assumed that I would be different now. I felt like everyone hated me. That is the most unhappy time of my life.
  • Among the many values in life, I appreciate freedom most.
  • You know, if you are kind of rich, the best thing is that you don't have to think about money. The best thing you can buy with money is freedom, time. I don't know how much I earn a year. I have no idea. I don't know how much I pay in taxes.
  • Every writer has his writing technique - what he can and can't do to describe something like war or history. I'm not good at writing about those things, but I try because I feel it is necessary to write that kind of thing.
  • I don't know how many good books I still have in me I hope there are another four or five.
  • I know how fiction matters to me, because if I want to express myself, I have to make up a story. Some people call it imagination. To me, it's not imagination. It's just a way of watching.
  • I get up early in the morning, 4 o'clock, and I sit at my desk and what I do is just dream. After three or four hours, that's enough. In the afternoon, I run.