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|By words the mind is winged. - Aristophanes A synonym is a word you use when |
you can't spell the word you first thought of. - Bacharach, Burt I am a dreamer of
words, of written words. I think I am reading; a word stops me. I leave the page.
|Moreover, the human mind stemming from this remarkable brain stuff is unique in |
ability. It is the focus of the Essence of us. ... Rightly there is the statement by
Aristophanes, By words the mind is winged. Although I am taking you beyond
|Chapter-6: Building. Your. Platform. By words the mind is winged. |
Aristophanes (c. 448385). Introduction. A platform is a vehicle that
communicates your overall value to a targeted audience. A platform in the context
of career management ...
|After his mother, hurrying to her tuba lesson, tells him that a poem will cure his pet fish's boredom, a little boy tries to find out what a poem is by asking friends, neighbors, and other members of his family.|
|Yet spurn not words ! 'tis needful to confess They give ideas, a body and a dress ! |
Behold them traverse Learning's region round, The vehicles of thought on wheels
of sound ; Mind's winged strength, wherewith the height is won, Unless she ...
|About the Body, the Mind, the Soul, the World, Time and Fate Richard Broxton |
Onians ... is said to 'fly' (//. xvi, 469, xxin, 880), the words, thoughts that issue forth,
portions of it, are feathered, 'winged' like birds, IITEO TTTEp6evTa, to the hearer.
|It has significance for us as a sign of the structuring of the archaic mind ; but for |
those who have no other mind, such patterning ... in the Homeric poems and. as
in other oral epics, these features are clustered about the key words of a passage
Edmund Shaftesbury - 1897 - Read
|Each thing that exists has a word in which it lives in the mind, and a crowd of |
qualifying words whereby it is clothed in garments ... and, when theassociation of
other minds is invoked, they change to winged messengers, traveling by air, or
|Now. my dear sir. its wings I want. not words! PIsTHETAERUs. The very words I ... |
How'? PIsTHETAERUs. By winged words that make the spirit soar. LAWYER. ...
By words the mind is raised to higher things. . . Uplifted. So my good advice.
|Antigonus also tells us that Alcman had something similar in mind when referring |
to himself as an old man no longer able to fly in dance along with the chorus of
young women: No longer, honey-toned, strong-voiced girls, can my limbs carry ...