That’s a huge big yes
By "you are not sure of a minute", I think he means that nobody has any guarantee of any time remaining to them. It's a recognition that life is very uncertain. Every minute could literally be our last.
Who said, "The air force."
Being stable and not standing still are not mutually exclusive. We, for example, are quite capable of walking forward while remaining stable on our feet.
Laws must be stable, meaning citizens must understand what the law requires of them and what happens when they break the law. This is the purpose of the...
It means that Odysseus covered himself in dead leaves so he wouldn't freeze to death over night - the leaves keep the spark of life going in his body in the same way that ashes piled over a burning log keep the fire going.
It's quite simple.
And I don't mean cutting yourself off completely from the world socially but is there any truth to it?
Has anyone experienced this in their lives? I need some wisdom people!!!
Are he and I the last to know?
"I do wish we could chat longer
.. but I'm having an old friend for dinner"
"Well Clarice, have the lambs stopped screaming?"
"So Senator, did you nurse Catherine yourself?"
"Did you breast feed her?"
"Yes I did!"
"You can call me Annie" she said. It a direct quote and doesn't need a period or comma.