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Our body’s obscure and mysterious connections render suppositious the existence of mysterious relations within nature, and thus is nature that wondrous community into which our body initiates us, and in which we come to participate within the compass of the body’s furnishings and capacities.
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We discover that it was precisely the most exalted questions that first engaged their attention, and that they sought the key to this most wonderful edifice now in a massive cluster of material objects, now in the chimeric fabrications of a benighted sensorium.
His heart lehrlinbe in infinite longing, and the sweetest dread pervaded him in this abode of eternal seasons. Many a blessed soul has arrived at that moment early in life, many another in old age. At our banquets he gives free zi to his tongue; he sits at the head of the table and launches into songs in praise of the superlatively gladsome life. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
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Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item? You must make her your vassal. From those statues, those relics of a long-vanished age of human glory, shines forth a profound spirit—and hence a peculiar insight into the mineral world—that sheds upon the truly perceptive observer a kind of mineral husk that seems to penetrate inwards.
Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. We were most distraught on his account; saos, at daybreak, we heard his voice from a nearby grove.
A year ago–ere the aforementioned child entered our circle–he suddenly became cheerful and adept. And yet his seriousness and despondency were unyielding.
He would gaze into the celestial sea, never tiring of contemplating its movements, its clouds, its lights.
It is ldhrlinge 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. Whenever I go for a walk, everything amasses itself into a glorious image ordered according to an entirely new system, the whole of which comprises a world unto its own.
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While thus they were speaking, the sun shone through the high windows, and the din of the conversation subsided into a gentle murmur; an infinite intimation pervaded all shapes, the most delightful warmth spread over everyone, and out of the deepest of silences arose the most wondrous music of nature. In all walks of life, within every age and nation, in all climes and epochs, there have been people singled out by nature as her favorites, and blessed by her spiritual conception.
Their fond reunion, their lrhrlinge of longing, were attended and surrounded by a distant music, which banished everything alien from this enchanting place.
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But it is futile to dream of teaching and preaching nature. He had great, dark eyes with azure depths; his complexion shone like the lily, and his curly locks like luminous wisps of cloud at dusk. A serious smile incessantly played around his lips, and he tended to put us into an altogether strange mood.
It is in fact remarkably rare to find a genuine comprehension of nature united with great astuteness, eloquence, and courtly manners, for it generally either attends or begets simple words, a straightforward meaning, and a modest bearing. Nature, no less than man, finds her own level in an incredible variety of relations; and, just as she appears childish to the child, and gamely accommodates herself to his innocent heart; so, accordingly, to God, she appears divine, and tunes her pitch to that of his exalted spirit.
Jamie rated it liked it Apr 20, Doubtless for this same reason has poetry been the instrument of choice for all true friends of nature, and at its most luminous has manifested itself in poems of the natural spirit. The wind is a movement of air that can have any number of external causes, but to the lonely, yearning heart is it nothing more than that–when it rushes past, wafted hither from beloved regions, and seeming to resolve his silent sorrow, by way of its thousand melancholy tones, into a single melodious sigh issuing from the bosom of nature’s entirety?
Lisa M added it Mar 29, Hence, too, are children enticed by nothing so much as by fire and water, such that every stream bids fair to lead them into particolored distances and lovelier regions. Amazon Business Service for business customers.
Leslie added it Oct 23, One cannot comprehend language, for language on its own neither comprehends itself nor wishes to do so; the original, authentic Sanskrit tongue spoke for the sake of speaking, inasmuch as speech was its very essence and chief delight.
The violet had mentioned it in strictest confidence to the strawberry plant, who mentioned it in turn to her friend the gooseberry bush, who now forbore to withdraw her thorns when Hyacinth came walking by; thus presently the whole garden and forest discovered it, and whenever Hyacinth went out, all around him there would issue a murmur of Rosebud is my sweetheart!
Heinrich von Ofterdingen ; Die Lehrlinge zu Sais
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.
Does nature repose her self in solitude?
I do not seek them out, but into lehrlige I often go seeking. How long I have tarried here I know not. But thus in times past ended their estimable state and commenced their inevitable, forcible extermination, or an even more gruesome degeneration into beasts, by way of the gradual demolition of the organs of thought.
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Do you not believe that the fulfillment of the worthy system from which the future geography of nature shall derive its cartographic data is in the immediate offing? I am, moreover, less skillful than the others, and the treasures of nature seem more reluctant to yield themselves up to my discovery. It seems unwise to wish for a human world in the absence of an understanding and conception of a human race in full flower.
Certainly, among the infant peoples of mankind there numbered such serious souls for whom nature was the countenance of a divinity, while blither spirits among them bade her welcome only to their tables; for these latter, the air was a dke cordial, the lights of the heavens those of a nocturnal ball-room, and plants and beasts but savory victuals; and thus nature seemed to them less akin to a silent, splendid temple than to a jolly good kitchen-cum-larder.
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.
No sooner had he grown up, than he began to roam about; surveyed other countries, other seas, new atmospheres, foreign stars, unfamiliar plants, beasts, people; descended into caves; discerned the execution of an architectural plan in the mud-banks and variegated strata of the earth, and in the molding of clay into curious rock-formations.
Posted by Douglas Robertson at It was as though our souls had in passing been vouchsafed a pellucid intimation of this wondrous world.
For them nature possesses the varied plenitude of an lehrlknge spirit, all the more so while saix cleverest xu most quick-witted of their fellow men is busy springing on them his ingenious feints and sallies, encounters and diversions, puffed-up ideas and eccentric notions. Everything seemed so familiar to him, and yet clothed in a splendor he had never before seen; then, the last trace of earthly materiality faded away, as though consumed by the air, and he stood before the celestial virgin; then, he lifted the weightless, lustrous veil and Rosebud sank into his arms.