Time is never unjust, dear. Its always just and gives just what is required.
But then, dear, who is to say what is required and what isn't, and when it is required, and when it isn't?
Time, dear. who else?"It is man's greatest invention, far greater than anything he might have ever conceived, even more than beauty itself," and even bigger than man himself. It knows everything and prepares man for 'what' and 'when.'
But then, dear, wouldn't the inventor always be expected to know better than the invention itself? Or - I hope not - but, is it just another manifestation of man's obsession with obsequious fabrications (that later, inevitably, go awry) that leads him into the false security of leaving things at the mercy of powers lesser than him?[On another note, quite a commendable knowledge of quotes there, it has to be admitted]
Quite enjoyed the role reversal..Hope the inventor now knows the questions too!And thank you for the acknowledgement.
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