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Spring still makes spring in the mind,
When sixty years are told;
And the light-outspeeding telegraph
Bears nothing on its beam.
We cannot learn the cipher
That's writ upon our cell;
Stars help us by a mystery
Which we could never spell.
Thanks to the morning light,
Thanks to the foaming sea,
Over the winter glaciers,
I see the summer glow,
And, through the wild-piled snowdrift,
The warm rosebuds below.
He serveth the servant,
The brave he loves amain;
The philosophical I is not the human being, not the human body or the human soul with the psychological properties, but the metaph ...
Both were predominantly ethical in aim and doctrine; theory of knowledge (logic) and of nature (physics) served rather as the scaf ...
When he has seen, that it is not his, nor any man's, but it is the soul which made the world, and that it is all accessible to him ...
The world is the perennial miracle which the soul worketh.
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