Celia. " he says without looking up at her, "why do we wind our watch?" "Because everything requires energy," she recites obediently, eyes still focused on her hand. "We must put effort and energy into anything we wish to change.
You can call it innocence, or you can call it gullibility, but Celia made the most common mistake of the good-hearted: she assumed that everyone else was just like her.
I'm so moved to hear Celia Johnson again, so lovely.
Esse quam videri," Celia says. "To be, rather than to seem.
How are you managing to keep everyone from aging?” Celia asks after a while. “Very carefully,” Marco answers.
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