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|Intellect is brain force. — Schiller. God has placed no limits to the exercise of the |
iutellect he has given us, on this side of the grave. — Bacon. If a man's eye is on
the Eternal, his intellect will grow. — Emerson. The intellect has only one failing, ...
|An intellectual is a man who takes more words than necessary to tell more than |
he knows. - Eisenhower, Dwight D. Only those who ... Emerson, Ralph Waldo If a
man's eye is on the Eternal, his intellect will grow. - Emerson, Ralph Waldo One ...
|“As the soil, however rich it may be, cannot be productive without culture, so the |
mind without cultivation can never produce good fruit.” — “The mind is never ...
Lao-tse “If a man's eye is on the Eternal, his intellect will grow.” — Emerson “An ...
|-Nathaniel Hawthorne 348) We feel and know that we are eternal. -Spinoza 349) |
If a man's eye is on the Eternal, his intellect will grow. -Emerson 350) Men are not
flattered by being shown that there has been a difference of purpose between ...
|Pi evident as a gift; requosting that in this he might be iupou the face of an old |
man — a mortal? ... What more fitting con -| eye* to the enchanting picture of
Liberty, and kindle veyance could be offered to bear the wreck of an old ... Yet his
intellect remained unclouded. ... T he story of his life will grow familiar to them,
and with it our history; and if they can find nothing in our free institutions and
principles of ...
Ralph Milton Pierce - 1926 - Snippet view
|Some wise person has said: " If your eye is on the Eternal, your intellect will grow. |
... That is exactly why man's mind grows; because man's mind is always,
consciously or subconsciously, on the Eternal. ... He had an angel choir for His
heralds, and He had a star to guide Him to the earth and to announce His coming
|On the other hand, if his days be filled up with evil actions, he will receive |
according to those acts. ... Let every man and woman do this, and peace and joy
will be the result. ... I wish to impress upon your minds the reality that when the
body which is organized for intelligence to dwell in, dies, and returns to its mother
earth, all the ... until they grow into eternity, and have the vail taken from before
their eyes, to behold the handiworks of God among all people, His goings forth
among the ...
|If a man possessed an entire kingdom or all the goods of the earth, and |
abandoned them totally for God and became one of the ... being had ever
suffered; if this man could contemplate with his own eyes but for a single instant
the core of his intellect where God lives ... which is hidden in the intellect:
voluntary impoverishment, be it as great as has just been described, in no case
will earn him the joys ... If the spirit were at all times united to God in this power, a
man could never grow old.
|An animal will never attain to the knowledge of these principles; even if its |
imagination were continually growing in perfection, ... By his intellect and his will,
man resembles the angel; although his intellect ... St. Paul has declared to us: “
That eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither hath it entered into the heart of
man, what ...
|eye, the nimble foot, the ready hand, the quick intellect, will all be set in motion ; |
and man, forgetful for the most part of eternity, will pursue, with all the faculties of
his body, soul, and spirit, the perishable possessions which if obtained, he can
only enjoy for a few years, and perhaps not for a single hour. The heavens to the
eastward are growing a little lighter, and things before invisible are faintly seen.