Quotation Explorer - 'Crumbles'

For in this world of ours where everything withers, everything perishes, there is a thing that decays, that crumbles into dust even more completely, leaving behind still fewer traces of itself, than beauty: namely grief. - Marcel Proust
Time crumbles things; everything grows old under the power of Time and is forgotten through the lapse of Time. - Aristotle
Democracy is not something that you believe in, or something that you hang your hat on. It's something that you do, you participate. Without participation, democracy crumbles and fails. If you participate, you win, and the future is yours. - Abbie Hoffman
We'll stop it, even if my body crumbles to bits I'll stop it with my soul! - Hiro Mashima
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