• O Time! consumer of all things; O envious age! thou dost destroy all things and devour all things with the relentless teeth of years, little by little in a slow death. Helen, when she looked in her mirror, seeing the withered wrinkles made in her face by old age, wept and wondered why she had twice been carried away.

    Leonardo Da Vinci, General Press (2016). “The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci”, p.442, GENERAL PRESS