My friend would then turn to me, quiet and pale, and would say, ’No, sir; that is impossible: I cannot do it, because it is wrong;’ and would become immutable as a fixed star.
My task was a very hard one; but, as I was absolutely resolved — as my cousins saw at length that my mind was really and immutably fixed on making a just division of the property — as they must in their own hearts have felt the equity of the intention; and must, besides, have been innately conscious that in my place they would have done precisely what I wished to do — they yielded at length so far as to consent to put the affair to arbitration.
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It is one of the immutable laws of physics.
We tend to think that history is written in stone, that it’s unchanging, immutable, fixed. But history isn’t a one-way conversation; it’s a continuing dialogue between the past and the present.
Richard Stengel -- A New Take on J.F.K., Time Magazine, 6/21/07