Shakespeare on the Improving Power of Time

How many things by seasons seasoned are, to their right praise...“How many things by season season’d are
To their right praise, and true perfection.”
(Merchant of Venice act 5, sc. 1)

Tips for Use.  Two possible applications. One, to justify the delay of a decision. “Give it time, how many things… true perfection”. Or as a compliment to a woman who is afraid of her age, “Of you it can be said, how many things….. perfection.”
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In the play. Portia commenting on a perfect evening during which everything seems to fall into place.

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