No man knew when the Shuttle began its slow and heavy weaving from
shore to shore, that it was held and guided by the great hand of
Fate. Fate alone saw the meaning of the web it wove, the might of
it, and its place in the making of a world's history. Men thought
but little of either web or weaving, calling them by other names
and lighter ones, for the time unconscious of the strength of the
thread thrown across thousands of miles of leaping, heaving, grey
or blue ocean
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Frances Hodgson Burnett
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