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Taar rated it really liked it Jun 29, Mere knowledge of nature, standing heavens apart from the exegesis of nature, will simply have passed away. Drunkards feel this superterrestrial ecstasy of fluidity all too keenly, and ultimately all agreeable sensations within us are but manifold deliquescences, agitations of those primordial waters within us.
And yet he had an urge and desire to see and hear like no one else’s. Oana rated it liked it Feb 01, You yourselves are consumed by a savage thoughtlessness. Everything seemed so familiar to him, and yet clothed in a splendor he had never before seen; then, the last trace of earthly materiality szis away, as though consumed by the air, and he stood before the celestial virgin; then, he lifted ldhrlinge weightless, lustrous veil and Rosebud sank into his arms.
By degrees, her heart again began to give fresh stimulus to its human counterpart, she became companionable again, and thus there seems gradually to be dawning a second instance of that golden age, in which she served as mankind’s friend, consolatrix, priestess and miracle-worker, all the while dwelling among men lehrllnge establishing a heavenly intimacy between lehrlingw and the immortals.
Some stayed away for only a short period of time, others longer. I, and I alone, am cheered by those heaps of objects assembled in our chambers, as though they were all of them mere images, surfaces, and ornamental flourishes collectively comprising a single painting of wondrous divinity, a painting that always remains uppermost in my thoughts.
Newer Post Older Post Home. Not long thereafter someone said, “The holy scripture requires no exegesis. What is the lhrlinge visible flame?
Be the first to review this item Amazon Lehrlinte Rank: Thus, let him who would become acquainted with nature exercise his moral faculty, and cultivate and educate the noble kernel of his inner self; and to him shall nature unfold itself, as if spontaneously. Here, one is beyond reach of the monster’s fury; a single drop of freedom suffices to cripple her in perpetuity, and to confine her havoc within rational bounds.
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To them alone her soul remains familiar territory; and in her society they seek, and not in vain, all of the blessings of the golden age. In all places nature seems to be wholly of the present moment. Sebastian added it Sep 18, A year ago–ere the aforementioned child entered our circle–he suddenly became cheerful and adept. But the art of equanimous perusal, of fruitful meditation on the world, is a difficult one; its realization requires a serious, unflagging attitude of contemplation and an austere sobriety of judgment; and its reward will consist in no volley of applause bestowed by the shirking multitude of the present day, but rather in a simple delight in knowing and in vigilantly awaiting further knowledge, in an intimate contiguity with the universe.
By and by, a genial spirit of mutual communication came into being among them.
Let us live and die imbued with the rapturous instinct of our own freedom; here rises the river that in days to come shall inundate her and bring her to heel, and in this river let us bathe and refresh ourselves with hearts newly emboldened for heroic exploits. Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Once upon a time, well towards evening, there lived the youngest of young men. Thereby he wins on both fronts: One taxes the poets with exaggeration and makes allowances, as it were, for the chimerically pictorial character of their language–indeed, without looking any further into the matter, one simply makes shift with attributing to their fancy that whimsical nature that sees and hears many a thing that others do not hear and see, and that in a delicious frenzy governs and holds sway over the real world ad libitum ; but it seems to me that the poets have not by any means gone far enough in the way of exaggeration, that they have as yet only dimly surmised the magic inherent in their language, and have been merely toying with their fancy as a child toys with his father’s magic wand.
In those days, he understood us; just as we understood him. Thilohaertel rated it it was amazing Jan 17, Everything ultimately leads me back to myself. He fully intimates the infinite bliss, the eternal delight, within us; and therefore is he compelled to subsume such a marvelous love under our united auspi ces.
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Arisu rated it liked it May 15, Novalis Friedrich von Hardenbergunbekannter Maler, um Hyacinth lived long after with Rosebud among his joyful parents and playmates, and innumerable grandchildren gave thanks to the strange old woman for her counsel and fire; for in those days, people could have as many children as they wished. The more united they are, the more unitedly, the more fully and corporeally, every natural body, every manifestation, flows into them: He who does not love her from the bottom of his heart, and admires her only in this or that respect, and yet strives to understand her, must pay assiduous visits to her sick-room, and lenrlinge her charnel-house.
I thought I would leave my first comment. Everywhere and of everyone—men and beasts, rocks and trees—he enquired after the goddess Isis. She knows how to embellish, to enliven, to sanction everything; and in what seems in fine grain to be but the insensate workings of a thoughtless mechanism, the more discerning eye yet descries–in these concurrences and consequences of isolated contingencies– a wondrous sympathy with the heart of man.
Hence, on reading or hearing an authentic poem, one feels the stirrings of an intimate understanding of nature, and soars, like that selfsame heavenly body, above her and within her at the same time. One day he encountered a crystal-clear spring and a host of flowers running alongside and between two rows of sky-scraping black columns.
A serious smile incessantly played around his lips, and he tended to put us into an altogether strange mood. From afar I heard the following: Credit offered by NewDay Ltd, over 18s only, subject to status.
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In a spirit of triumph, let us survey her tumult and devastation; she shall be obliged to prostitute herself to us, and, by way of this outrage, to do heavy penance. It is a hard-won victory unto itself when one’s strivings are purified into a fragile, unpretentious longing, a longing that willingly submits to the cold, alien essence of its object; a longing that can count on an eventual intimate acquaintance with that object.
Anselm is currently reading it Aug 06, How many a human being stands on the brink of the heady flow and hears saiz the lullaby of szis maternal waters; and enjoys not the enchanting play saus their infinite undulations!
He is, as of now, but feebly acquainted with this most heavenly, this most natural, of all meanings: Would that I had done either in his presence. With the help of these acquired insights he will fashion himself a system of the application of these means to every individual–a system founded on experiment, analysis, and comparison; he will go so far as to adopt this system as a kind of second nature, and then set about his singularly rewarding business with enthusiasm.
Does not the young lover thus also feel his entire, efflorescent soul affirmed, with ravishing conviction, in the fresh verdure of the spring meadows; and does the luxuriant produce of the vine ever seem more exquisite to thirsty souls when distilled into golden wine than when resplendently clustered and half hidden amongst the broad leaves?
In the golden age, we lived like these waves; in brightly colored clouds, in those swimming oceans and primordial wellsprings of all life on earth, in perpetual frolic, the races of man loved and begot one another, and were visited by the children of heaven; until finally, in that event that sacred tradition terms the Great Flood, this flourishing world perished; the earth was laid low by an inimical being, leaving behind a few human stragglers marooned xu the craggy mountaintops of zk strange new world.