Welcome to our good morning Quote for Monday October 11 2021, and today we are going to review and explain a quote from ‘Ursula K. Le Guin‘.

Quote.

“Morning comes whether you set the alarm or not.”

Ursula K. Le Guin

Am thinking about those times I always set alarm to wake me up.

Sometimes I won’t even hear when it rings; and sometimes I would, but being pinned to my bed find it hard to rise as I expected.

This is when I realize that, it is not really the alarm that holds the key to the break of a new day.

Because even if I set it or not, when the morning is due, the sun must rise.

It is certain that we lack control over nature as humans.

Time ticks and things happen the way they should, unconscious whether we exist or not.

Who can stop the time?

Who can tell the morning to hold on?

Absolutely nobody!

Good morning friend and have a beautiful day.

Hope you don’t mind reading our motivational quote for the day below.

Motivational quote of the day: Monday October 11 2021.

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