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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Moments
 
  When Youth and Pleasure meet to chase the glowing hours with flying feet.
Byron.    
  1
  I see that time divided is never long, and that regularity abridges all things.
Mme. de Staël.    
  2
  There is not a moment without some duty.
Cicero.    
  3
  Arrow-swift the present sweepeth, and motionless forever stands the past.
Schiller.    
  4
        A moment is a mighty thing
Beyond the soul’s imagination;
For in it, though we trace it not,
How much there crowds of varied lot
How much of life, life cannot see,
Darts onward to eternity!
Robert Montgomery.    
  5
  The ill usage of every minute is a new record against us in heaven.
Zimmermann.    
  6
  The present moment is a powerful deity.
Goethe.    
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