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|All good things come to those who wait. All that glitters is not gold. All days are |
short to Industry and long to Idleness. All is fair in love and war All's well that ends
well All that glitters is not gold. All things grow with time - except grief. All things ...
|Linda Ostrander. Day: “All things grow with time, except grief.” YIDDISH |
PROVERB Day: “What's gone and what's past help Should be past. 203.
|(German) All things grow with time, except grief. (Yiddish) All times are good |
when old. (Polish) An ounce ofgold will not buy an inch oftime. (Chinese) Better
to take your time. (Roman) But meanwhile it is flying, irretrievable time is flying.
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All things has an end, a pudding has twa. J All things thrive but thrice. * ^i§ :=.
|All thirds J All things come to him who waits. J All things good to know are difficult |
to learn. J All things grow with time, except grief. f#*iŁEUf-fi: ' (%TM ° J All things
hath a beginning, God excepted. j All things has an end, a pudding has twa.
|And I wonder for the first time, 'Do I like pasta? ... But from the masticating |
austerity of my slow Beginner's Mind, I have a moment of illumination: it's time to
break a habit and cut the umbilical ... 46 Outside All things grow with time, except
|I remembered my mother telling me after the death of her mother that “all things |
grow with time—except grief.” I repeated her words over and over again, and they
brought me comfort. I was determined to live my life and make my mother and ...
|Daniel J. Boorstin 79. All things grow with time, except grief. - Yiddish Proverb 80. |
We are at our most destructive when we think we are indestructible. - Mike Fisher
81. There is no rule on how to write. Sometimes it comes easily and perfectly; ...
|David Mamet 1151. Education is learning what you didn't even know you didn't |
know. - Daniel J. Boorstin 1152. All things grow with time, except grief. - Yiddish
Proverb 1153. We are at our most destructive when we think we are
|In the small communities of the "old country," everyone was expected to attend — |
except the teacher (melamed), who must not interrupt instructing the children! ...
How perceptive is the old folk saying "All things grow with time — except grief.