"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.

Shanghai 1937.  The loneliness, danger & adventure of the traveler in the big city, in the modern world w/ old ideas. #vintage_photography #photo #black_and_white

Shanghai 1937. The loneliness, danger & adventure of the traveler in the big city, in the modern world w/ old ideas. #vintage_photography #photo #black_and_white

A balloon with a clock face rises above the Eiffel Tower in Paris, c. 1880. Original watercolor by Camille Grvis.

A balloon with a clock face rises above the Eiffel Tower in Paris, c. 1880. Original watercolor by Camille Grvis.

liquidnight:    Alfred Eisenstaedt - The famous clock in the old Pennsylvania Station, New York, 1943  From Eisenstaedt: Remembrances

liquidnight: Alfred Eisenstaedt - The famous clock in the old Pennsylvania Station, New York, 1943 From Eisenstaedt: Remembrances

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