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I often quote him - my favourite ?

"While God waits for his house to be built of love, men bring stones."

It's beautiful. Do you know where those quotations are from? I haven't been able to find them.

This is beautiful. I really think this site is lovely.

This is a line from a song of poet's most famous work, GITANJALI. The song has no name but in bengali, first line came as "যারা কাছে আছে তারা কাছে থাক্‌"...will be pronounced as "jara kache ache tara kache thak ".... You will get the whole lyrics here
http://www.tagoreweb.in/Render/ShowContent.aspx?ct=Songs&bi=B08A005B-A4A0-40E5-951D-C70C8B1532CC&ti=B08A005B-A4A1-4295-351D-3684D95D9CBA

and for hear the tune you can visit http://www.dekhona.com/music-videos/hcfaiutnpro/JARA-KACHE-ACHE-TARA-KACHE-THAK-Geeta-Sen-video

Thank you so much! I have been looking for the source of this quotation for at least ten years. I even found Gitanjali but the translation I had was not the same.

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