Tag: age

  • 421

    There is no wisdom to be got without struggle and the passing of fruitful years. They age quickest when permitted first from the inside. Approach representation and discover things for their essential elements of dust and intent and how they co-operate with the Entire. Flow through each experience undisturbed and go to your point neither […]

  • 355

    How golden the moments left. How precious when fewer the days become, that shade soon should cut us off from our ambitions and separate us from our loved ones. How clear it is now the choices I do have, and the man I would be. How calming that knowledge, and strengthened I am.

  • 132: Letters

    How merrily we go about our lives, abducted by unimportant figuring, and sections of time ransomed for counterfeit. How we save up our days and for it are not wealthier, but aged just as soon, and destitute of those rich youth-giving memories that warm like a letter from an old friend.

  • 74: Strength

    Be liberal in well-meaning and kind exchange, with all whom you share this disordered age, for we are the same destroyable stuff, and that clemency remembered may one day, for somebody, prove the last strength to overcome a pressing sky.

  • 61

    At last, I have reached that age the elderly folk often would depict, where I fain envy no more than simple pleasantries, such as a book and a cup of tea, to see out my evenings. If it be, as indicated it would, within my refined want and most essential influence to improve the moment, […]

  • 20

    But look on it all, hang back a-ways. Tomorrows revelations are now occurring, that youth misreckons, realises age.