Monthly Archives: August 2012

“…many a fair pearl laid up in the bosom of the sea, that never was seen nor ever shall be.”

“It is good for a man sometimes to hide his graces: some talents are best improved by being laid up: Moses had more glory by his veil than by his face. Christian modesty teaches a wise man, not to expose … Continue reading

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Novalis: “When geometric diagrams and digits are no longer the keys to living things…”

When geometric diagrams and digits Are no longer the keys to living things, When people who go about singing or kissing Know deeper things than the great scholars, When society is returned once more To unimprisoned life, and to the … Continue reading

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