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Remember that the clock and the hands of the clock, only tell the time—they are not themselves the aggregated years.—Time Which is greatest—time, which baffles us, or its indexes, made by of wood and brass, at by ^a workman at ten dollars a week?—Time itself knows no index—it is merely for to stand us a little in help that ^we combine sets of springs and wheels are and arbitrarily divide ^it by hours and quarters—and call these miserable theseis measurersing of time.—Contemptible enough indeed are they such they all, measurersing, compared with that vast But that stunning, swimming puzzle envelopings God the soul himitself and the Elder Brother of the soul and which had no beginning and can never cease

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