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If you want to build a paradise on Earth or you want to achieve your salvation in eternity, you may go to war because you’ll feel less frightened of death and you’re part of a much greater cause.
Kylie’s time under house arrest soon grows quite eventful, but it starts out with the palpable slow slog of eternity.
We waited for what seemed like an eternity before the light was extinguished accompanied by the sound of glass shattering and a dog barking.
MY FRIEND, THE MURDEREREUGENE ROBINSONNOVEMBER 24, 2020OZY
Accelerating this way meant that Santul ran about 45 seconds faster, which can feel like an eternity when running a marathon.
The wizened 69-year-old, with a Gandalf-like demeanor and a do-it-yourself ethos, wants to preserve information for eternity.
The blessings of time and eternity constitute the part of the promise offered to believers, through Christ.
One instant in all eternity would have made just the difference between life and death to you.
He who wrongs a fellow-creature wrongs himself as well, and wrongs both for all eternity.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
At the close of the supper he filled his glass, and rising, proposed to drink to the eternity of the Republic.
An eternity did it seem before those men returned and marched once more over his head.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI

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