Heat Of The Sun Quotes

Heat Of The Sun Quotes by Susan Griffin, William Shakespeare, E. B. White, Ralph Waldo Emerson and many others.

The hard surface of the stone is impervious to nothing

The hard surface of the stone is impervious to nothing in the end. The heat of the sun leaves evidence of daylight. Each drop of rain changes the form; even the wind and the air itself, invisible to our eyes, etches its presence. … All history is taken in by stones.
Susan Griffin
Golden lads and girls all must as chimney sweepers come to dust.
William Shakespeare
It was the best place to be, thought Wilbur, this warm delicious cellar, with the garrulous geese, the changing seasons, the heat of the sun, the passage of swallows, the nearness of rats, the sameness of sheep, the love of spiders, the smell of manure, and the glory of everything.
E. B. White
The Soul rules over matter. Matter may pass away like a mote in the sunbeam, may be absorbed into the immensity of God, as a mistis absorbed into the heat of the Sun–but the soul is the kingdom of God, the abode of love, of truth, of virtue.
Ralph Waldo Emerson