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Is it the breath, merely, of the performer on a wind- instrument, or the skillful, supple fingers of the performer on a stringed i ...
The human spirit is itself the most wonderful fairy tale that can possibly be. What a magnificent world lies enclosed within our b ...
Not a single man on earth knows from his own experience the how and where of his birth, only from tradition, which is often very u ...
The foot of the heavenly ladder, which we have got to mount in order to reach the higher regions, has to be fixed firmly in every- ...
It is useless to contend with the irresistible power of Time, which goes on continually creating by a process of constant destruct ...
There is an inner world; and a spiritual faculty of discerning it with absolute clearness, nay, with the most minute and brilliant ...
It is a great mistake to suppose that clever, imaginative children ... should content themselves with the empty nonsense which is ...
A taxidermist stuffed a bear with such brio that he cried aloud "I love it!" A passing goddess, imperfectly understanding, but wis ...
There are men from whom nature or some peculiar destiny has removed the cover beneath which we hide our own madness. They are like ...
Once you are dancing with the devil, the prettiest capers won't help you.
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