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Animals arrived, liked the look of the place, took up their quarters, settled down, spread, and flourished.
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"Animals arrived, liked the look of the place, took up their quarters, settled down, spread, and flourished. They didn't bother themselves about the past - they never do; they're too busy"

- Kenneth Grahame

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This quote by Kenneth Grahame speaks to the concept of resilience and versatility in the face of modification. The animals in the quote arrive in a new place and, without stressing over the past, they take up residence and prosper. This speaks to the idea that, no matter the situations, life will discover a method to continue. The animals do not worry about the past, rather they focus on today and the future. This is a suggestion that, no matter what has taken place in the past, we can constantly move forward and make the best of our current situation. It is a reminder that, no matter how hard the scenarios, we can constantly discover a method to take advantage of our lives.

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Scotland Flag This quote is written / told by Kenneth Grahame between March 8, 1859 and June 6, 1932. He/she was a famous Novelist from Scotland. The author also have 17 other quotes.

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