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Time is a great teacher, but unfortunately it kills all its pupils
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"Time is a great teacher, but unfortunately it kills all its pupils"

- Hector Berlioz

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This quote by Hector Berlioz speaks with the idea that time is an effective instructor, however it is also a harsh one. Time can teach us lots of lessons, however it likewise removes the chance to gain from those lessons. We can learn from our mistakes and experiences, however time will ultimately eliminate our capability to do so. This quote is a tip that life is brief which we need to take advantage of it. We must take advantage of the time we need to learn and grow, and not take it for given. We need to likewise bear in mind that time is fleeting and that we must maximize it while we can. This quote is a suggestion to take advantage of our time and to not take it for given.

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Hector Berlioz This quote is written / told by Hector Berlioz between December 11, 1803 and March 8, 1869. He was a famous Composer from France. The author also have 4 other quotes.

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