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"All good things must come to an end", penned by Geoffrey Chaucer in his poem Troilus and Criseyde completed in mid-1380s set in middle English.verse, was written in the context of the tragic love story of Troilus and Criseyde -The Siege of Troy served as the wartime backdrop throughout the poem. Given the context, one must understand why it was written that way.
Today, this proverb or phrase had been used and interpreted in different ways that sometimes, it sounded more negative rather than positive.
So, while pondering on this proverb, I thought I'd add a little to make it more inspirational.
"All GOOD things must come to an end..
to make way for BETTER things to happen
because the BEST is yet to come".
- mj -
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