Quote by William Shakespeare
Some true love turned and not a false turned true.
This quote suggests that when it comes to love, it is the love that once existed and then fades away or changes that is genuine, rather than the love that may seem true at first but turns out to be false. It implies that a love that has endured and evolved over time is more authentic and valuable than one that is superficial and ultimately proves to be insincere.
For a long time, I have been trying to see if it would be possible to describe the history of thought as distinct both from the history of ideas (by which I mean the analysis of systems of representation) and from the history of mentalities (by which I mean the analysis of attitudes and types of action schTranslated by Lydia Davis and published in volume 1
Going through the grief period of my dad and losing him - that was the worst thing because you know when you get that call. When you are seven, eight years old, you have that almost vision in your mind of what that's going to be like and what your going to feel like and it doesn't prepare you.