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|NEW JERUSALEM Is DIVINE CIVILIZATION Furthermore, the Jewish Seventh |
Sabbatical Millennium is to bring the divine civilization portrayed by the
Shechinah Bride as the Holy City, the ... Material civilization is like a globe of
glass. Divine civilization is the light itself [my emphasis] and the glass without the
light is dark.
|One is the law which punishes the criminal; but the law prevents only the |
manifest crime and not the concealed sin; whereas ... Material civilization is like a
globe of glass. Divine civilization is the light itself, and the glass without the light
|Not only is trans- lucence a departure from transparence in the art of glass, but |
when it comes to lamps and light, and globes and shades, translucence, being a
step backward into the dark, perfect opacity of Cimmerian night itself. ... made of
the same materials, has been called " the sublimest representation of divine
things in human form ever conceived by the ... during the classical ages
constantly attracted to itself the admiring gaze of travelers from every quarter of
the civilized world.
|It acts and seems a little ground satellite of the sun ; to live by its light, and move |
by its motion. ... Above all other arts, its petals are opened and its blossoms are
beautified by a divine inspiration. ... sometimes gleamed in upon their weak
consciousness like faint flashes of silent summer lightning, they seem to have
exhausted all their genius and means of architecture on ... Greece was a dark
and savage borderland, not only on the outskirts of a feeble civilization, but of
|There is a Divine providence in which men are working, and in which. in a larger |
sense than these specialities which I have ... Civilization is not a pretense, it is not
without 'forms of law, it does not disown lower forces; but unquestionably it is a ....
men who broke the glass up into little sections; there were the men who arranged
these little sections, putting the black in .... who, in the midst of suffering and cold
and hard work, need something that shall throw a light and a cheer upon them.
|Now dark storms array his regal shape — now it wean the dazzling robe of the |
equatorial sun. .... handicrafts of life — in formiiig out of chaotic material* mighty
and orderly states—in composing an Iliad, like Homer— iu painting, ... The
pyramids of Kgypt, that look as firm as the great globe itself ; the aong.4 of the "
Swedish Nightiugale," that seemed aa ... by the steep ladder of labor ; it is no
dishonor to any race of men that the only way from barbarism to civilization Is the
bridge of labor.
|York, Philadelphia, Albiiuy. Troy and IlHrlforH. VOL. I. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, |
1836. NO. 42. Tin: npiltlr of thr auh. ing ... that the Baconian philosophy has
restored The rapid strides which our young and vigorous its dark folds exultingly
in the ... the convenient habita- humblest freeholder, who feels that he has an inte
- tion of civilized man are first to be overcome, ... in ' Would their dwellings have
been destitute of chim- addition, to combat the vie inertiie of the popular ijneys or
|Written 20 years before the PC revolution and 30 years before the rise of the Internet, Marshall McLuhan believed that the message of electronic media foretold the end of humanity as it was known.|
|Boston Globe. $2.00 BACKYARD By Gloria Goddard "Backward is a small |
masterpiece of restraint, sharp images and ... and persuasive to minds wearied
and bewildered by the destructive thunder of the wheels of a mechanical
civilization. ... from the equal darkness glow With helmets of the changeful gold
designed, Now clear as glass, now dark and old and blind. ... From wall and
window have the light exiled, And know not that without the flowers are calling
Unto a day of distance, ...