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|Hepburn, Katharine Those that embrace the entire universe with love, for the |
most part love nothing, but their narrow selves. - Herder, Johann Gottfried Von
Love is like a fruit. It may look good, but you shouldn't bite in it until it's ripe. - Hertl
|They who crouch to those who are above them, always trample ou those who are |
below them. Buckle. 6 They who do ... They who embrace the entire universe with
love, for the most part love nothing but their narrow selves. Herder. They who ...
|The one compensates for the lack of tenderness or strength in the other, and in |
the realm of love, tenderness is more ... the poorest beggars: Those who
embrace the whole universe with love usually love nothing but their own narrow
|“That of our vices we can frame A ladder if we will but tread Beneath our feet |
each deed of shame”, is to enter the way ... and the failings of one who thus
recognizes are so many dead selves, upon which he rises, as upon stepping-
stones, to higher things. ... And as you proceed, day by day detaching yourself
more and more from the inward selfishness the Love that is ... Divine Love
embraces the whole universe, and, without clinging to any part, yet contains
within itself the whole, and ...
|But the with bad results because, though his sympa- ... By the cultivation of being |
to hold its own in this life, and since the first, we recall vividly the memory of past
those, who in making this effort work for the actions and ... the voice of the law of
tions are so great that the individual is al- God within us, which speaks far more
ways to a certain extent ... in a scheme which motives imperfectly, while we judge
our- embraces the entire universe, selves with the knowledge of the thoughts
|We flash out from the inane (as he calls it), and know not our own selves. The |
weirdest, the most ... It is nowhere evident that he regarded it as having anything
distinctive beside these, unless it be where he speaks of it as " the worship of
sorrow." But its most beautiful characteristic has always been, not " the worship of
sorrow," but " the ministry of compassion." In spite of the follies ... It must stand for
truth and duty, but he says little or nothing of its standing for love and beauty. It
must be ...
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|And the son will go steadily down step by step, and conscience and reverence |
and love and faith and all manhood will ... you and I must find God and be found
of God, or we are lost—lost to the universe, lost to him, and lost to our own selves.
... of their divine inspiration ; of the fact that they were actuated by a spirit higher
than their own, that enabled them to see ... This conception of God the people
had cast away to embrace one of more power; a God of nature simply; a
deification of ...
|He burns himself in the neighbourhood of the flame, and twenty to one but he |
may perish in its embraces; land he that ... It is easier ' l to prevent a mischief than
to cure it, and besides the , \, pain of the wound, it is far more full of difiiculty to ...
To recover from ' i a sin, is none of the easiest labours that concern the 4 ' sons of
men; and therefore it concerns them ... such a narrow strait, from which 3 they can
never draw back their head, without leavl 1 ing their hair and skin and ears
|Colonel Blake, the uncle of Pennant's love, was the officer in command of the |
troops who defeated the attempt at a rescue, ... of Irish life at the period,—but, as
a whole, 'Lloyd Pennant' is the most confused and unreadable story it has lately
been our lot to attempt. ... This universal ether is viewed in relation to the
infinitude of the material universe in extent and duration. ... The feelers are
painted by hand, the flies have no feet, most of them have nothing like eyes, and
all their bodies are ...