And knows that yesterday is but today's memory and tomorrow is today's dream.
Jan 13, 2020-- "There is something odd about this notion of time as property. We are asked to give things time; we speak of taking time time off of something, time toward something. But how do we give or take this fine-grained sand that slips through the fingers the moment we try to cup it? Perhaps time is not so much the substance in the hand as the substance of the hand." Maria Popova explores Kahlil Gibran's reflections on time in this post. (7253 reads)
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