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Forest Of Souls In The Wolf's Land - Berserk

... 's steps, confidently we go to the battle. In the battlefield the rite will be complete. And our souls will obtain eternal power For conquer the wolf's land and drain their blood. We are the legions of Darkness so we haven ...

The Republic (Book 10) - Plato

... , the tale has been saved and has not perished, and will save us if we are obedient to the word spoken; and we shall pass safely over the river of Forgetfulness and our soul will not be defiled. Wherefore my ...

The Readie and Easie Way - John Milton

... overcome, we remain finally secure from the exasperated regal power, and out of snares; shall retain the best part of our libertie, which is our religion, and the civil part will be from these who deferr us, much more easily ...

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Homer and Classical Philology (Full Text) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... systematically arranged. The people now understood for the first time that the long-felt power of greater individualities and wills was larger than the pitifully small will of an individual man;[1] they now saw that everything truly great in the ...

Of The First And Last Things: 1-16 - Friedrich Nietzsche

... denies the possibility of one's hinging upon the other?or else summons us to surrender our intellect, our personal will, to the secret and the awe-inspiring in order that thereby we may attain certainty of certainty hereafter. Again ...

On the Future of our Educational Institutions (Chap. 4) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... in this way he will unconsciously and gradually feel the metaphysical unity of all things in the great image of nature, and at the same time tranquillise his soul in the contemplation of her eternal endurance and necessity. But how ...

Atomic Forms And Their Combinations - Lucretius

... , the gladsome pastures Into the cattle, the cattle their nature change Into our bodies, and from our body, oft Grow strong the powers and bodies of wild beasts And mighty-winged birds. Thus nature changes All foods to living frames ...

Society and Solitude (Chap. 1) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... . A scholar is a candle which the love and desire of all men will light. Never his lands or his rents, but the power to charm the disguised soul that sits veiled under this bearded and that rosy visage is his rent ...

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The Over-Soul - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... the soul will not have us read any other cipher than that of cause and effect. By this veil, which curtains events, it instructs the children of men to live in to-day. The only mode of obtaining an answer ...

My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 19) - Frederick Douglass

... of justice and mercy? And why have these wicked men the power thus to trample upon our rights, and to insult our feelings?" And yet, in the next moment, came the consoling thought, "The day of oppressor will come at ...

My Bondage and My Freedom (Chap. 23) - Frederick Douglass

... indescribably glorious. The God of Israel is with us. The might of the Eternal is on our side. Now let but the truth be spoken, and a nation will start forth at the sound!" In this enthusiastic spirit, I dropped into the ...

The Sorrows of Young Werther (Book I) - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

... , as it floats around us in an eternity of bliss; and then, my friend, when darkness overspreads my eyes, and heaven and earth seem to dwell in my soul and absorb its power, like the form of a beloved mistress, then ...

The Six Enneads - 2 - Plotinus

... in the kosmos [the stars] that infuse the powerful affections holding from Necessity our impulse and our desire, our sense of pleasure and of pain- and that lower phase of the Soul in which such experiences originate. By this statement ...

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Mary Shelley's “1818 Frankenstein Volume I Letters I-IV” - MsMAPLit

... undoubtedly are in those undiscovered solitudes. What may not be expected in a country of eternal light? I may there discover the wondrous power which attracts the needle; and may regulate a thousand celestial observations, that require only this voyage to render their ...

Nightbreed - Obtained Enslavement Play

... come to him and his tribe. Those not lured to weakness... by light. (Voice of the old one:) "Moonlight bright embrace thee. Forever she caresses thee. Free you eternally. Fear not children so true at heart, Our powers shall protect ...

Here And Noun - Da' T.R.U.T.H.

... We live in a world where evil's reigning supreme People are living for people places and things Girls going wild selling their souls With a passion for power lust for control Controlling men with the body parts that they show Using what ...

Rosa Alchemica - William Butler Yeats

... holding the censer in his hand. ?I have come to ask you something,? he said, ?and the incense will fill the room, and our thoughts, with its sweet odour while we are talking. I got it from an old man ...

Biographia Literaria (Ch. 13) - Samuel Taylor Coleridge

... , still subordinates art to nature; the manner to the matter; and our admiration of the poet to our sympathy with the poetry. Doubtless, as Sir John Davies observes of the soul?(and his words may with slight alteration be applied ...

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Titus Andronicus Act 1 Scene 1 - William Shakespeare

... nature speak,-- TITUS ANDRONICUS Speak thou no more, if all the rest will speed. MARCUS ANDRONICUS Renowned Titus, more than half my soul,-- LUCIUS Dear father, soul and substance of us all,-- MARCUS ANDRONICUS Suffer thy brother Marcus to inter ...

Jude the Obscure (Chap. 6.3) - Thomas Hardy

... said with suppressed tears, "would you mind getting a lodging here?" "I will?if, if you really wish? But do you? Let me go to our door and understand you." He went and conducted her in. She said she wanted no supper ...

Wilhelm Tell (Act 2 Scene 2) - Friedrich Schiller

... To sally forth upon a trumpet's blast, Whene'er their comrades have secured the gate; And thus the castle will be ours with ease. MELCHTHAL. The Rossberg I will undertake to scale, I have a sweetheart in the garrison, Whom with some tender words ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 1) - Martin Luther

... alone, in opposition to every other means, we obtain the forgiveness of our sins and peace with God. The world brands this a pernicious doctrine. The world advances free will, the rational and natural approach of good works, as the means ...

Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 3) - Martin Luther

... sanctifies us so that we can begin to do the Law, i.e., to love God and our neighbor. Now, the Holy Ghost is not obtained by the Law, but by faith in Christ. In the last analysis, to do the ...

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Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians (Chap. 4) - Martin Luther

... . His birth makes him an heir, not his labors. In exactly the same way we obtain the eternal gifts of righteousness, resurrection, and everlasting life. We obtain them not as agents, but as beneficiaries. We are the children ...

Paradise Lost, Book 2 - John Milton

... sought; for what peace will be giv'n To us enslav'd, but custody severe, And stripes, and arbitrary punishment Inflicted? and what peace can we return, But to our power hostility and hate, Untam'd reluctance, and revenge though slow, Yet ever ...

Paradise Lost, Book 3 - John Milton

... As my Eternal purpose hath decreed: Man shall not quite be lost, but sav'd who will, Yet not of will in him, but grace in me Freely voutsaft; once more I will renew His lapsed powers, though forfeit and enthrall'd By ...

Paradise Regain'd, Book 1 - John Milton

... ] Within thick clouds and dark tenfold involved A gloomy consistory; and them amidst With looks aghast and sad, he thus bespake: -- "O ancient Powers of Air and this wide World (For much more willingly I mention Air This our old conquest, than remember ...

The Reason of Church Government, Book - John Milton

... Falshood between the sense, and the soul, with what loyalty they will use me in convoying this Truth to my understanding; the rather for that by as much acquaintance as I can obtain with them, I doe not find them engag'd either ...

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Prejudices of Philosophers (I) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... "calculable" course, NOT, however, because laws obtain in it, but because they are absolutely LACKING, and every power effects its ultimate consequences every moment. Granted that this also is only interpretation?and you will be eager enough to make this ...

The Dawn of Day (Book II) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... whose recognition we no longer require, likewise change: they will then try to reduce our power to its former dimensions, and they will endeavour to interfere in our affairs, justifying their interference by an appeal to their ?duty.? But this ...

The Dawn of Day (Book V) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... rock itself at ease in the vast floating vaults of the soul? So far our music has been so great and so good; nothing seemed impossible to its powers. May it therefore prove possible to create these three sensations at ...

The Natural History of Morals (V) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... individuals live; recipes for their passions, their good and bad propensities, insofar as such have the Will to Power and would like to play the master; small and great expediencies and elaborations, permeated with the musty odour of old family ...

The Religious Mood (III) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... superior force which wished to test itself by such a subjugation; the strength of will, in which they recognized their own strength and love of power, and knew how to honour it: they honoured something in themselves when they honoured the ...

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Thoughts out of Season, Part II (Chap. 1.6) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... pardoned for always treating the ?servants of truth? with special kindness, who possess neither the will nor the power to judge and have set before them the task of finding ?pure knowledge without reference to consequences,? knowledge, ...

We Scholars (VI) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... best powers operate restrictively, the very virtues prevent each other growing and becoming strong, equilibrium, ballast, and perpendicular stability are lacking in body and soul. That, however, which is most diseased and degenerated in such nondescripts is the WILL; they ...

What Is Noble? (IX) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... incivilities: something that goes its way like a living touchstone, undistinguished, undiscovered, and tentative, perhaps voluntarily veiled and disguised. He whose task and practice it is to investigate souls, will avail himself of many varieties of this very art to determine ...

Why I Am So Clever - Friedrich Nietzsche

... in all the highest sense of the word?to know what he did, what he willed and what he experienced in his inmost soul. Let the critics go to hell! Suppose I had christened my Zarathustra with a name not my ...

Essays of Michel de Montaigne (Chap. 1.24) - Michel de Montaigne

... diversity of things, loses the force and power to disengage itself, and by the pressure of this weight, is bowed, subjected, and doubled up. But it is quite otherwise; for our soul stretches and dilates itself proportionably as it fills ...

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Essays of Michel de Montaigne (Chap. 1.25) - Michel de Montaigne

... , Od. ii., 3, 5.] It is not enough to fortify his soul; you are also to make his sinews strong; for the soul will be oppressed if not assisted by the members, and would have too hard a task to discharge two offices ...

Essays of Michel de Montaigne (Chap. 1.38) - Michel de Montaigne

... , an infinite object in goodness and power; the soul has there wherewithal, at full liberty, to satiate her desires: afflictions and sufferings turn to their advantage, being undergone for the acquisition of eternal health and joy; death is to be ...

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