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He answered without looking at her, his changeless eyes still fixed, as it seemed, on something far away.
Then nothing but a mute, vacant face turned up to the ceiling, with eyes that looked blindly, with lips parted in a senseless, changeless grin.
The laws of changeless justice bind Oppressor with oppressed; And close as sin and suffering joined We march to fate abreast.
Every leaf was at rest in the sunshine, the familiar scene was changeless, and seemed to represent the prospect of her life, full of motiveless ease--motiveless, if her own energy could not seek out reasons for ardent action.
Hour after hour, the changeless glare of the hot, unwinking sky, shone upon the same monotonous objects.
This nearest approach to a laugh in which he ever indulged (and that but seldom and only on extreme occasions), never even curled his lip or effected the smallest change in--no, not so much as a slight wagging of--his great, fat, double chin, which at these times, as at all others, remained a perfect desert in the broad map of his face; one changeless, dull, tremendous blank.
But a yet more depressing feature in the grey facade is its telescopic length and changeless continuity.
Her eyes had rested on his face while he was questioning her; staring at him, cold, dull, and changeless as the eyes of a corpse.
The quiet face looked at me in return, and the unmoved voice gave me back the changeless reply.
But for the real Scholastics, being eternal means not only being changeless and not subject to time, but also having a life and duration that embrace all change and time.
Unless there's a firm overhauling of the attitude of the dominant actors in the national stage; and a new designed blueprint to restructure a neo-political class, the light at the end of this tunnel would continue shinning beyond our grasp; because for me, change is not tenable when the changeless are being recycled.
Is God changeless, or does God learn from humans and change accordingly?