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Tuesday, May 30, 2006

CapDragon

July 15, 1838 and to the Harvard graduates:
Emerson says,

" One is constrained to respect the perfection of this world, in which our senses converse. How wide; how rich; what invitation from every property it gives to every faculty of man!...The mystery of nature was never displayed more happily. The corn and the wine have been freely dealt to all creatures, and the never-broken silence with which the old bounty goes forward, has not yielded yet one word of explanation."

1 comment:

Genevieve said...

I like that phrase: "The mystery of nature was never displayed more happily."