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|QuotationsBook.com. - Hayakawa, S. I. Truth is a torch that shines through the fog |
without dispelling it. - Helvetius, Claude A. I know now that there is no one thing
that is true -- it is all true. - Hemingway, Ernest There's no one thing that is true.
|Whenever you have truth, it must be given with love, or the message and the |
messenger will be rejected. The elegance of honesty needs no adornment. Truth
is a torch that shines through the fog without dispelling it. Truth, when not sought
|It then means one day spent with God is worth more than a thousand spent |
without God. ... So doth a dawning light within, The Day-Star, shining clear.
Dispel my somber night of sin, And banish all my fear. My soul is like the ... The
truth waits for some personal thinker's torch to break through the fog and disclose
it. No man ...
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|all I knew of them was from what I could hear of their twittering and chattering |
over my head, until my eyes gradually got ... has given us, that makes our eyes
seek the light, just in the same way that our souls do for truth, which is our mind's
light. ... What you see at first is Phoebus Apollo, the bright chariot-driver, riding
over a cloud ; the bright torch-bearer Lucifer, and ... the chariot-wheel and the
horses' hind legs ; also the under side of the cloud, which the sun does not shine
upon, and ...
|... wisdom, unmasks these mumbo-jumboisms, reads the wisdom of the past in |
the light of soul interpretation , and dispels the fog ... He concludes by looking
forward to the dawning of a brighter day, whon probably he is hoping to see
shining in the firmament, ... Not desiring to use a nom de plume, I subscribe
myself yours most sincerely in the cause of truth. ... us now, and not only with us,
but on us, and through us, unheard, bringing their force to bear most perfectly
when we are most ...
|This new edition is an exact and complete transcription of the diaries Plath kept during the last twelve years of her life.|