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" Onward and on, the eternal Pan Who layeth the world's incessant plan, Halteth ne'ver in one shape, But forever doth escape, Like wave or flame, into new forms Of gem, and air, of plants and worms. "
Education Mosaics - Page 241
1887 - 274 pages
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The Dial: A Magazine for Literature, Philosophy, and Religion, Volume 2

Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, George Ripley - Transcendentalism - 1842
...none; And God said, Throb ; and there was motion, And the vast mass became vast ocean. Onward and on, the eternal Pan Who layeth the world's incessant plan,...Halteth never in one shape, But forever doth escape, Like wave or flame, into new forms Of gem, and air, of plants, and worms. I, that to-day am a pine,...
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volume 4

Universalism - 1847
...things separately, Mr. Emerson is as sceptical as Heraclitus ; there is universal flux. VOL. IV. 14 " the eternal Pan, Who layeth the world's incessant...Halteth never in one shape, But forever doth escape." When he contemplates nature as a whole, he is as firm as Plato ; there is stubborn persistence. The...
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Poems

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1847
...none ; And God said, Throb; and there was motion, And the vast mass became vast ocean. Onward and on, the eternal Pan Who layeth the world's incessant plan,...Halteth ne'ver in one shape, But forever doth escape, Like wave or flame, into new forms Of gem, and air, of plants and worms. I, that to-day am a pine,...
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Poems

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1847 - 251 pages
...And God said, " Throb ! " and there was motion, And the vast mass became vast ocean. Onward and on, the eternal Pan, Who layeth the world's incessant...Halteth never in one shape, But forever doth escape, Like wave or flame, into new forms Of gem, and air, of plants, and worms. I, that to-day am a pine,...
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Love Vs. Marriage, Volume 1

M. Edgworth Lazarus - Marriage - 1852
...divine improvisation, From the heart of God proceeds, A single will, a million deeds. Onward and on the eternal Pan, Who layeth the world's incessant...Halteth never in one shape, But forever doth escape, Like wave or flame, into new forms. Pouring of his power the wine, To every age, to every race. * *...
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Harvard Magazine, Volume 1

Education - 1855
...rushing tides of existence, and is quickly reabsorbed into the oceanic essence of Deity. " Onward and on, the eternal Pan, Who layeth the world's incessant plan, Halteth never in one shape, But for ever doth escape, Like wave or flame, into new forms Of gems, and air, of plants, and worms." This...
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The White Hills: Their Legends, Landscape, and Poetry

Thomas Starr King - New Hampshire - 1859 - 403 pages
...are the fountains of miracle ! How close the processes and magic of the Infinite art ! Onward and on, the eternal Pan, Who layeth the world's incessant...Halteth never in one shape, But forever doth escape Like wave or flame, into new forms. The world is the ring of his spells, And the play of his miracles....
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The White hills: their legends, landscape, and poetry

Thomas Starr King - White Mountains (N.H. and Me.). - 1860 - 403 pages
...are the fountains of miracle ! How close the processes and magic of the Infinite art ! Onward and on, the eternal Pan, Who layeth the world's incessant...Halteth never in one shape, But forever doth escape Like wave or flame, into new forms. The world is the ring of his spells, And the play of his miracles....
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An essay on pantheism

John Hunt - Religion - 1866 - 382 pages
...And God said ' Throb ' and there was motion , And the vast mass became vast ocean. Outward and onward the eternal Pan, Who layeth the world's incessant plan, Halteth never in one shape, Bnt for ever doth escape, Like wave or flame into new forms. Of gem and air and plant and worms, I...
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The culture demanded by modern life: a series of addresses and arguments on ...

John Tyndall, Arthur Henfrey, Thomas Henry Huxley, Sir James Paget, Michael Faraday, William Whewell, William Ballantyne Hodgson, Herbert Spencer, Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard, Justus Liebig (Freiherr von) - Science - 1867 - 473 pages
...any other particular age, to lay down a system of education which shall hold good for all ages. The basis of human nature is, perhaps, permanent, but...world's incessant plan Halteth never in one shape, But for ever doth escape Into new forms." This appears to be the law of things throughout the universe,...
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