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" The soul gives itself alone, original and pure, to the Lonely, Original, and Pure, who, on that condition, gladly inhabits, leads, and speaks through it. Then is it glad, young and nimble. It is not wise, but it sees through all things. It is not called... "
Essays - Page 271
by Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1850 - 333 pages
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Essays

Ralph Waldo Emerson - Essays - 1841 - 303 pages
...and demigods whom history worships, we are constrained to accept with a grain of allowance. Though in our lonely hours, we draw a new strength out of their...Then is it glad, young, and nimble. It is not wise, but it sees through all things. It is not called religious, but it is innocent. It calls the light...
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Essays

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1848 - 333 pages
...and demigods whom history worships we are constrained to accept with a grain of allowance. Though in our lonely hours we draw a new strength out of their...Then is it glad, young, and nimble. It is not wise, but it sees through all things. It is not called religious, but it is innocent. It calls the light...
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Essays, lectures, and orations

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1848
...and demigods whom history worships, we are constrained to accept with a grain of allowance. Though in our lonely hours, we draw a new strength out of their...Then is it glad, young, and nimble. It is not wise, but it sees through all things. It is not called religious, but it is innocent. It calls the light...
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Essays, orations and lectures

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1848
...and demigods whom history worships, we are constrained to accept with a grain of allowance. Though in our lonely hours we draw a new strength out of their...Then is it glad, young, and nimble. It is not wise, but it sees through all things. It is not called religious, but it is innocent. It calls the light...
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Twelve Essays

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1849 - 261 pages
...and demigods whom history worships, we are constrained to accept with a grain of allowance. Though in our lonely hours we draw a new strength out of their...Then is it glad, young, and nimble. It is not wise, but it sees through all things. It is not called religious, but it is innocent. It calls the light...
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Twelve essays [comprising Essays, 1st ser.].

Ralph Waldo [essays] Emerson - 1849
...and demigods whom history worships, we are constrained to accept with a grain of allowance. Though in our lonely hours we draw a new strength out of their...memory, yet pressed on our attention, as they are by the thonghtlesg and customary, they fatigue and invade. The soul gives itself alone, original, and pure,...
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Essays, first series

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1850 - 333 pages
...and demigods whom history worships we are constrained to accept with a grain of allowance. Though in our lonely hours we draw a new strength out of their...through it. Then is it glad, young, and nimble. It is riot wise, but it sees through all things. It is not called religious, but it is innocent. It calls...
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Massachusetts Quarterly Review, Volume 3

1850
...of third persons. It is of no use tt> preach to me from without. I can do that too easily myself." " The soul gives itself alone, original, and pure, to...Then is it glad, young, and nimble. It is not wise, but it sees through all things. It is not called religious, hut it is innocent. It calls the light...
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The Massachusetts Quarterly Review, Volume 3

1849
...without. I can do that too easily myself." " The soul gives itself alone, original, and pure, to (he Lonely, Original and Pure, who, on that condition,...Then is it glad, young, and nimble. It is not wise, but it sees through all things. It is not called religious, but it is innocent. It calls the light...
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Essays [1st ser., ed.] with preface by T. Carlyle

Ralph Waldo [essays] Emerson - 1853
...and demigods whom history worships we are constrained to accept with a grain of allowance. Though in our lonely hours we draw a new strength out of their...pure, to the Lonely, Original, and Pure, who, on that conuition, gladly inhabits, leads, and speaks through it. Then is it glad, young, and nimble. It is...
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