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In certain almost supernatural states of the soul, the profundity of life reveals itself entirely in the spectacle, however ordina ...
It is at the same time by poetry and through poetry, by and through music, that the soul glimpses the splendors found behind the t ...
Unfortunately, it is much easier to shut one's eyes to good than to evil. Pain and sorrow knock at our doors more loudly than plea ...
How fearful
And dizzy 'tis, to cast one's eyes so low!
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That same wicked bastard of Venus that was begot of thought,
conceived of spleen, and born of madness, that blind
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All one's ways may be pure in one's own eyes, but the LORD weighs the spirit.
To depend on one's own child is blindness in one eye;
To depend on a stranger, blindness in both eyes.
While criticism or fear of punishment may restrain us from doing wrong, it does not make us wish to do right. Disregarding this si ...
Everyone Tarrou set eyes on had that vacant gaze, and was visibly suffering from the complete break with all that life had meant t ...
We were young, we were merry, we were very very wise,
And the door stood open at our feast,
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