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|THE SKY When you look up at the sky, you have a feeling of unity which delights |
you and makes you giddy. ... Eric Hoffer When I was a boy, my eyes were open to
the magic of the world. I knew ... Uvavnuk The sky is the daily bread of the eyes.
|The sky is such a beautiful cover of our earth, and at its brightest blue, my heart |
leaps when I see it. The white ... “The sky is the daily bread of the eyes” Ralph
Waldo Emerson COMPASSION Compassion is pity for the suffering or distress of.
|He started For Spacious Skies, to get people to look up, to see the sky not as a |
weather forecaster or pollution indicator, but just for its beauty, just because "The
sky is the daily bread of the eyes," as Ralph Waldo Emerson said. For Spacious ...
|—Arthur Rubinstein, My Young Years, 1973 8 Nature: The Heavens, the Sky The |
man who has seen the rising moon break out of the ... —Ralph Waldo Emerson,
History, in Essays: First Series, 1841 9 10 The sky is the daily bread of the eyes.
|Emerson called the sky the daily bread of his eyes. Ruskin called it almost human |
in its passions, almost spiritual in its tenderness, almost divine in its infinity.
Lincoln said he could not imagine a man looking up at the sky and denying God.
|The angle of incidence is created by the beam from your eye and the reflecting |
plane. The angle ... The near side of ripples, reflecting the sky, provide a light
horizontal. The far ... SKIES It has been said that the sky is the daily bread of the
|Carolyn Collins Petersen, John C. Brandt. The sky is the daily bread of the eyes. |
Ralph Waldo Emerson For my part I know nothing with any certainty but the sight
of the stars makes me dream. Vincent Van Gogh ...
|... dark night, 317 Brandt, John C. ... to all who look to the sky. . . , 317 Browning, |
Robert Sky-what a scowl of cloud. . . , 317 de Saint-Exupery, Antoine A sky as
pure as water. . . , 317 Emerson, Ralph Waldo The sky is the daily bread of the
|3.9 Sky-gazing Ralph Waldo Emerson, a nineteenth-century poet, once |
described the sky as 'the daily bread of the eyes.' According to Ecopsychologist
Sarah Conn, Ph.D., 'Awareness of the sky can help people under stress
experience their ...