Memory, with its fugitive adjustments, is the merciful veil to the grim enactments of the first law. It hides the anguish in the human heart which is always craving for perpetuity.
Women are like those blinkin' little Greek islands, places to call at but not to stay.
The basic trouble is that people make statements without sufficient data.
If memory survived eternally, then indeed there might be justification for a belief in hell.
Unless you are a Bernard Shaw you find a preface a most embarrassing business.
Tradition is a fine thing. Nothing comes out of the blue, except perhaps thunderbolts and they are not really very useful things.
It is always easier to be an epicure of a small repast than of a banquet.
One lives everything down in time.
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