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"The obscurest epoch is today"

- Robert Louis Stevenson

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This quote by Robert Louis Stevenson speaks with the concept that the present minute is the most challenging to understand. It suggests that today is a time of unpredictability and confusion, which it is difficult to understand the world around us. This is due to the fact that the present is continuously changing and evolving, and it is difficult to keep up with the rapid pace of change. The quote also implies that the future is unknowable, and that it is difficult to anticipate what will happen next. It is a suggestion to be conscious of the present moment and to value the charm of today, even if it is tough to understand. Ultimately, this quote encourages us to welcome today and to take advantage of the time we have.

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Robert Louis Stevenson This quote is written / told by Robert Louis Stevenson between November 13, 1850 and December 3, 1894. He was a famous Writer from Scotland. The author also have 83 other quotes.

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