Rabindranath Tagore quote about eternity from The Home and the World (1916) - If one had to fill in, little by little, the gap between day and night, it would take an eternity to do it. But the sun rises and the darkness is dispelled—a moment is sufficient to overcome an infinite distance.
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Quotes by Rabindranath Tagore · Quotes from The Home and the World · Quotes about eternity · Quotes about distance · Quotes about moment

If one had to fill in, little by little, the gap between day and night, it would take an eternity to do it. But the sun rises and the darkness is dispelled—a moment is sufficient to overcome an infinite distance.

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Translated by Surendranath Tagore
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Rabindranath Tagore quote about eternity from The Home and the World (1916) - If one had to fill in, little by little, the gap between day and night, it would take an eternity to do it. But the sun rises and the darkness is dispelled—a moment is sufficient to overcome an infinite distance.
Rabindranath Tagore quote about eternity from The Home and the World (1916) - If one had to fill in, little by little, the gap between day and night, it would take an eternity to do it. But the sun rises and the darkness is dispelled—a moment is sufficient to overcome an infinite distance.
Rabindranath Tagore quote about eternity from The Home and the World (1916) - If one had to fill in, little by little, the gap between day and night, it would take an eternity to do it. But the sun rises and the darkness is dispelled—a moment is sufficient to overcome an infinite distance.
Rabindranath Tagore quote about eternity from The Home and the World (1916) - If one had to fill in, little by little, the gap between day and night, it would take an eternity to do it. But the sun rises and the darkness is dispelled—a moment is sufficient to overcome an infinite distance.