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"Come what come may, Time and the hour runs through the roughest day." (Act 1, Scene 3) - This quote demonstrates Macbeth's ability to dismiss his violent thoughts that seem to bother him. Through this line, Macbeth is trying to say that no matter what happens, even the worst of days will come to an end, so he should stop worrying about what will happen, and let nature run its course.

"Come what come may, Time and the hour runs through the roughest day." (Act 1, Scene 3) - This quote demonstrates Macbeth's ability to dismiss his violent thoughts that seem to bother him. Through this line, Macbeth is trying to say that no matter what happens, even the worst of days will come to an end, so he should stop worrying about what will happen, and let nature run its course.

Watch Me, My Child. Watch what I will do in your life. Watch and see what I AM doing even now. This is a season in which MY GOODNESS shall be seen in the “land of the living”. It is a KAIROS moment in time. There has never been a moment such as this before. […]

Watch Me, My Child. Watch what I will do in your life. Watch and see what I AM doing even now. This is a season in which MY GOODNESS shall be seen in the “land of the living”. It is a KAIROS moment in time. There has never been a moment such as this before. […]

♥ GARY TONGE Earth's Sky in 5 billion years when Andromeda closes in on the Milky Way Galaxy as the Collision begins.

♥ GARY TONGE Earth's Sky in 5 billion years when Andromeda closes in on the Milky Way Galaxy as the Collision begins.