Thomas Slatin

“Everything in life begins and ends, then ends and then begins again. The finite time between beginning and the end is precious, and often taken for granted.” —Thomas Slatin

14 thoughts on “Thomas Slatin Quote

  1. Great quote there. I believe what we do with that finite time between the beginning and the end, is what makes the difference between successful people and those who don’t succeed.

  2. Life is a journey, there is a start and an end. We need to treasure evey moment of it because nobody knows when it would end again.

  3. Yea, life is unending still we die especially for those that are going to live for a long while. We tend to go back to our earlier lives and begin to live it all over again.

  4. I agree with you.. we tend to forget that everything that has a beginning must have an end..we don’t make use of the times that we have..someone said leaders should start counting down to their exit from the day they attain the leadership position..

  5. You are right, the time between starts, and ending is precious and it’s what gives meaning to the life.

  6. Nothing is ever static. Things get on changing and has no end. Sometimes I wonder why we don’t live for the momejt

  7. Each and every quote from you is inspiring. There at times that I get hope to keep on moving, an to aim for that goal.

  8. Cool insight. It’s good to appreciate every part of the journey including the middle. Always living in the moment is key.

  9. As they say ones end is also a beginning. I rather look at is as the way everything works. It is founded by balance. Everything is.

  10. I agree. There is no pause in life. There is a continued experience everyday. The milestones are determined from a single event but the process, the time consumed attaining it is continuous.

  11. So true: the end is the beginning is the end. It’s what we make of the journey in between if it’s worth it.

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