Death quote by William Penn

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For death is no more than a turning of us over from time to eternity
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"For death is no more than a turning of us over from time to eternity"

- William Penn

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This quote by William Penn talks with the suggestion that death is not something to be feared, however rather a natural component of life. Fatality is a change from the temporal world of time to the everlasting globe of endless time. It is a trip from the physical realm to the spiritual world. Death is not an end, yet a start. It is a portal to a new life, a brand-new presence, and a new understanding of the world. Fatality is a transformation from the limited to the infinite, from the temporal to the timeless. It is a trip of discovery and also expedition, a trip of confidence and also hope. Death is not something to be feared, yet instead accepted as a part of life. It is a trip that can bring us closer to comprehending the secrets of life as well as the universe.

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William Penn This quote is written / told by William Penn between October 14, 1644 and July 30, 1718. He was a famous Leader from England, the quote is categorized under the topic Death. The author also have 41 other quotes.

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