Quote by William Shakespeare
O comfort-killing night, image of hell, dim register and notary of shame, black stage for tragedies and murders fell, vast sin-concealing chaos, nurse of blame!
This quote describes the night as a source of discomfort and darkness, associated with negative aspects of human nature. It depicts the night as a witness to shameful deeds and a backdrop for evil acts and tragic events. The night is portrayed as a chaotic realm that obscures sins and fosters guilt, ultimately emphasizing its destructive and menacing nature.
There's no limit to what you can dream. You the unexpected, you in magic, in fairy tales, and in possibilities. Then you grow older and that innocence is shattered and somewhere along the way the reality of gets in the way and you're hit by the realization that you can't be you wanted to be, you just might have to settle for a little bit less.
I believe that every human being is potentially capable within his 'limits' of fully 'realizing' his potentialities; that this, his being cheated and choked of it, is infinitely the ghastliest, commonest, and most inclusive of all the crimes of which the human world can assure itself.regarding: the Great Depression: the reduction of human life into a battle for physical survival http://history.hanover.edu/hhr/hhr93_5.html