Quote by Jo Dereske
Who knows what's for true once a time is past? There's no way to prove how something was that's gone. And if a time is gone, what does it matter? It's all rain into rivers now.
This quote highlights the uncertainty of the past and its inability to be truly proven or changed. It suggests that once a moment has passed, it becomes inaccessible and loses its relevance. The analogy of rain into rivers implies that the past becomes a part of a larger flow of time, ultimately emphasizing the futility of dwelling on what cannot be altered or verified. Instead, the quote encourages focusing on the present and future, where one has more agency and possibilities to shape.