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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|32 God is indeed dead. He died of self-horror when He saw the creature He had |
made in His own image. IRVING LAYTON (b. 1912), Canadian poet. The Whole
Bloody Bird, "Aphs-(l969). 33 God is a concept by which we measure our pain.
|Lawrence, D. H. God is indeed dead. He died of self-horror when He saw the |
creature He had made in His own image. - Layton, Irving God is a concept by
which we measure our pain. - Lennon, John Can a mortal ask questions which
|God is indeed dead. He died of self -horror when He saw the creature He had |
made in His own image. Religion versus Dionysianism: peace of mind is
obtained by ignoring the contradictions of existence; ecstasy, by embracing them.
|He had always known that he should have resisted the Germans to the point of |
death, and he felt cleansed by his ... A minute later his own counsel asked him, '
Did you do what you did with the purpose of betraying your country? ... Because
prison was a horror to his goatish disposition and he had been there for six
months, he stood like a dead man not so ... had wept when he was refused. This
creature was indeed half a child himself. 'What did you do with your time?' he was
|added he, on perceiving the speechless agony of his lather — "or so weak as to |
tremble at the acknowledgment ? ... short of a discovery during the very act could
have made the death of Baron Stralenheim known to any but him who caused it ?
... The extravagance of his indiscretion, the excess indeed of his credulity, the
blindness of his self-love, all seemed at once to rise ... His bosom, like a sullied
mirror reflecting every image with its own stains, saw even in the form of tho
|For he changed hie countenance so that a man could not bear his anger And |
when he saw me altogether troubled and ... of God, how great and wonderful He
is [ who created the world for man, and hath made every creature subject unto
him ... by reason of your transgressions have forgot God, and your own salvation ;
and adding to your sins, have made your life very ... The primitive church
regarded the doctrine of Imperfection with the snme horror, with which a portion
of die modern ...
|There are some people who cannot assure a fellow-creature of the truth of any |
statement without calling upon the Almighty ... is the Almighty called upon by
swearers to inflict some dreadful punishment, such as blinduess, and even
instant death ! ... The next day tho marine was confronted with his officers, and as
he had before been guilty of the same crime, he was .... exemption from a self-
denying tmm la Ninevah; God sent ham down to the depths of the ocean, and
there made him a ...
Horace Greeley, Park Benjamin - 1838
|Well, if I took your own illustration, I ehould say that the true peace of the spirit of |
man is not to be found when it is the ... Musgrave passed with him an hour or two
daily, and he never could shake off the impression made by his manner and
language. ... Indeed, he added, his host's company sometimes gave him ... As he
drew nearer, leaning on his stall', I saw by the moonlight that be much resembled
pictures I have me: with of .... She died before she could be carried into another
|Why, he never crius for any thing, and always does what you or his father tell him |
: how different from your sister'9 ... now four in number, cams to welcome us to
Buttermuth, and never did I encounter such noisy and troublesome little creatures
. ... of his, There was poor Mr. Johnson's little boy, who died last year of water on
the brain, and he had just such a forehead. ... I saw no more, for I fell insensible
on the road, and awoke not to consciousness until I found myself in bed in my
|He opened his eyes, and saw one ot i belonging to fhecrew of a girlish face and |
form for so | the savages holding up by the hair ... the echo of whose voice had
scarcely jet tree, to get some ofthe nurs, when 1 heard I flames died away, aud
darkness ... and the remorse of the innocent, lough self-accused Christine,
pronounced the folding sentence upon the prisoner: .... in the horizon; and feel
himself bounding over the waters in one of those winged creatures, and perusing
with his own ...