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to do things Quotes

Six of the best book quotes about to do things
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There never quite seems to be enough time to do everything. That’s always been a problem, but it’s been getting worse lately. Everything always feels rushed, and there is no time just to wander along slowly and relax.
Kate Thompson
author
New Policeman
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enough time
to do things
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feel rushed
slowly and relax
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“Molly is old enough and smart enough to do things on her own, like shopping. When her grandmother sends her to the store for beans, Molly forgets what she’s supposed to buy and gets potatoes instead. When her grandmother asks Molly what happened, Molly tells her that the clerk insisted that she buy the potatoes.”
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“quite different; for you see I mean to do something grand. I don’t know what, yet; but when I’m grown up I shall find out.”
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″‘What happens when they buy you?’ he asked her. ‘That, of course, is outside of my experience,’ said the elephant, ‘but I should think that one simply goes out into the world and does whatever one does. One dances or balances a ball, as the case may be.‘”
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“Although there were many other things to do, Harry began to wonder if his family thought that he had really run away.”
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“I’ve seen a lot o’ fellows that were always poring over books, and when they came to try to do anything, they were no better than baboons!”

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