8 Metaphors for eternity

THOUGH SUDDENLY CALLED FROM EARTH, ETERNITY WAS NO STRANGER TO HER THOUGHTS, BUT A WELCOME THEME OF CONTEMPLATION.

Until better arguments can be produced than sophisms which disgrace the cause, this desire itself must remain the strongest and the only presumption that eternity is the inheritance of every thinking being.'

The angels assert, that by wisdom from the Lord they are being perfected to eternity; which also means to infinity; because eternity is the infinity of time.

And on thy bosom white I shall rest, and the Eternity will be A moment to methe God of Light!"

And then, an eternity of absence, and of remorse, and of oblivionah, if it might be oblivion for you!

Dear Montezuma, I may be still your friend, though I must die Your rival in her love: Eternity Has room enough for both; there's no desire, Where to enjoy is only to admire: There we'll meet friends, when this short storm is past.

SERPENT, THE, is used symbolically to represent veneration from the shedding of its skin, and sometimes eternity, and not unfrequently a guardian spirit; also prudence and cunning, especially as embodied in Satan; is an attribute of several saints as expressive of their power over the evil one.

I remember," he said, smiling, "a witty old lady saying to me once that eternity was a nightmare to her.

8 Metaphors for  eternity