BLOUNT, Sir Thomas Pope Quotes
(1649-1697), English author
There is a sweet pleasure in contemplation; and when a man hath run through a set of vanities in the declension of his age, he knows not what to do with himself if he cannot think.
As dreams are the fancies of those that sleep, so fancies are but the dreams of those awake.
Some will never learn anything because they understand everything too soon.