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" India, which has given itself no less entirely to the pursuit of the secret of peace. Like an uneasy fool thou wanderest far Into the nether deeps, Or upward climbest where the dim-lit star Of utmost heaven sleeps. Through all the world thou rangest,... "
A Century of Indian Epigrams: Chiefly from the Sanskrit of Bhartrihari - Page 103
by Bhartr̥hari, Bruce Rogers - 1898 - 124 pages
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The Dial, Volumes 26-27

Francis Fisher Browne - American literature - 1899
...alarm." Finally, it is the deepest of all spiritual experiences that is reflected in this counsel : " Like an uneasy fool thou wanderest far Into the nether...star Of utmost heaven sleeps. "Through all the world thon rängest, O my soul, Seeking and. wilt not rest ; Behold, the peace of Brahma, and thy goal, Hideth...
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Shelburne Essays, Volume 4

Paul Elmer More - American literature - 1905 - 253 pages
...avoid all contact with the world and in j its own life of self-contemplation seek for perfect] peace : Like an uneasy fool thou wanderest far Into the nether...Brahma, and thy goal, Hideth in thine own breast. It is not to be supposed that such a contrast in philosophic principles was without influence on literature....
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Shelburne Essays: Second series

Paul Elmer More - American literature - 1905 - 253 pages
...the world and in its own life of self-contemplation seek for perfect peace: Like an uneasy fool tliou wanderest far Into the nether deeps, Or upward climbest...Brahma, and thy goal, Hideth in thine own breast. It is not to be supposed that such a contrast in philosophic principles was without influence on literature....
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 84

1899
...country like India, which has given itself no less entirely to the pursuit of the secret of peace. " Like an uneasy fool thou wanderest far Into the nether deeps, Or npward climbest where the dim-lit star Of utmost heaven sleeps. " Through all the world thou rangest,...
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Character and Culture: Essays on East and West

Irving Babbitt - History - 1995 - 360 pages
...country like India, which has given itself no less entirely to the pursuit of the secret of peace. Like an uneasy fool thou wanderest far Into the nether...Brahma, and thy goal, Hideth in thine own breast. Our endeavor to penetrate by analysis to the infinitely small may result in mere pedantry and immersion...
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