For the first time she was vaguely perceiving that life is everlasting movement. ~ Alice Adams by Booth Tarkington
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Did you remember to turn your clocks back this morning? To mark our return to standard time, here are five quotes about time from literature.
For the first time she was vaguely perceiving that life is everlasting movement. ~ by Alice Adams Booth Tarkington
Time will explain. ~ by Persuasion Jane Austen
Passion takes no count of time; peril marks no hours or minutes; wrong makes its own calendar; and misery has solar systems peculiar to itself. ~ by The True Story of Guenever Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
“My advice is, never do tomorrow what you can do today. Procrastination is the thief of time.” ~ by David Copperfield Charles Dickens
She had lived solely for the little things of life—the things that pass—forgetting the great things that go onward into eternity, bridging the gulf between the two lives and making of death a mere passing from one dwelling to the other—from twilight to unclouded day. ~ by Anne of the Island Lucy Maud Montgomery
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