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" Shinto lives not in books, nor in rites, nor in commandments, but in the national heart, of which it is the highest emotional religious expression, immortal and ever young. Far underlying all the surface crop of quaint superstitions and artless myths... "
Glimpses of unfamiliar Japan - Page 210
by Lafcadio Hearn - 1894
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Feudal and modern Japan, Volume 2

Arthur May Knapp - Japan - 1896
...commandments, but in the national heart, of which it is the highest emotional religious expression, immortal and ever young. Far underlying all the surface crop...beauty and the power of art and the fire of heroism and the magnetism of loyalty and the emotion of faith have become inherent, immanent, unconscious, instinctive."...
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Feudal and modern Japan, Volume 1

Arthur May Knapp - Japan - 1896
...commandments, but in the national heart, of which it is the highest emotional religious expression, immortal and ever young. Far underlying all the surface crop...thrills a mighty spiritual force, the whole soul \>ta race with all its impulses and powers and intuitions. He who would know what Shinto is must learn...
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Yoga: Or, Transformation; a Comparative Statement of the Various Religious ...

William Joseph Flagg - Soul - 1898 - 376 pages
...highest emotional religious expression, immortal and ever young. Far underlying all the surface cross of quaint superstitions and artless myths and fantastic...beauty and the power of art and the fire of heroism and the magnetism of loyalty and the emotion of faith, have become inherent, immanent, unconscious, instinctive."...
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Feudal and Modern Japan, Volume 1

Arthur May Knapp - Japan - 1900
...and artless myths and fantastic magic, there thrills a mighty spiritual force, the whole soul vf a race with all its impulses and powers and intuitions....beauty and the power of art and the fire of heroism and the magnetism of loyalty and the emotion of faith have become inherent, immanent, unconscious, instinctive."...
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Japan: Aspects & Destines

W. Petrie Watson - Eastern question (Far East) - 1904 - 336 pages
...into ethical instinct. It is the whole emotional life of the race, the soul of Japan.' l And also : ' He who would know what Shinto is must learn to know...beauty and the power of art and the fire of heroism and the magnetism of loyalty and the emotion of faith have become inherent, immanent, unconscious, instinctive.'...
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Japan: Aspects & Destinies

W. Petrie Watson - Eastern question (Far East) - 1904 - 336 pages
...into ethical instinct. It is the whole emotional life of the race, the soul of Japan.' 1 And also : ' He who would know what Shinto is must learn to know...beauty and the power of art and the fire of heroism and the magnetism of loyalty and the emotion of faith have become inherent, immanent, unconscious, instinctive.'...
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Concerning Lafcadio Hearn

George Milbry Gould, Laura Stedman - 1908 - 303 pages
...commandments, but in the national heart, of which it is the highest emotional religious expression, immortal and ever young. Far underlying all the surface crop...intuitions. He who would know what Shinto is must leam to know that mysterious soul in which the sense of beauty and the power of art and the fire of...
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Concerning Lafcadio Hearn

George Milbry Gould, Laura Stedman - 1908 - 303 pages
...artless my ills and fantastic tua;jir, there thrills a mighty spiritual foree, the whole sou: of ;i race with all its impulses and powers and intuitions. He who would know whrtt -Shinto is must learn to know that mysterious soul in which the sense of beauty and the power...
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The Writings of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 5

Lafcadio Hearn, Elizabeth Bisland - 1922
...commandments, but in the national heart, of which it is the highest emotional religious expression, immortal and ever young. Far underlying all the surface crop...intuitions. He who would know what Shinto is must learn to 243 know that mysterious soul in which the sense of beauty and the power of art and the fire of heroism...
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The writings of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 5, Part 1

Lafcadio Hearn, Elizabeth Bisland - 1922
...commandments, but in the national heart, of which it is the highest emotional religious expression, immortal and ever young. Far underlying all the surface crop...intuitions. He who would know what Shinto is must learn to 243 know that mysterious soul in which the sense of beauty and the power of art and the fire of heroism...
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