5 edition of Companions of my solitude. found in the catalog.
|Statement||John W. Parker and Son|
|Publishers||John W. Parker and Son|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
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Loneliness on the other hand, is a coarse sense of deficiency and estrangement from the world. Historically and still today, to be alone is to be in mortal danger of losing oneself. This is very obvious ; but it is to be observed that the reasoning powers which are very prompt in mastering any simple scientific proposi- tion, experience a wonderful halting in their logic when applied to the furtherance of charity.
And it is perhaps this that makes her hesitate: not the void, but the vastness of the solitude. The circumstances were not unfair, as we may say, against him. And were I to rack my brains, or my books, I Companions of my solitude.
no doubt make an ample list. Now, any grand thought, great poetry, or noble song, is adverse to any abuse of the pas- sions — even that which seems most concerned with the passions.
In considering any evil, our thoughts may be classed under three heads, — the nature of it, the causes of it, the remedies for it. These are my household gods.
Here again, too, we come to the want of more extended and general cul- tivation, for otherwise we cannot fully enjoy or profit by scientific discovery. We value a raw, real, and down-to-earth approach to inner transformation.
occasionally have glimpses that he or she cannot sacrifice himself or herself alone : that, in dealing with another person, you are in some measure rep- resenting the outer world ; and ought to use an official phrase to govern yourself accordingly. As at present educated, they are, for the most part, thoroughly deficient in method.
But then our solitude is overcome, we are no longer alone, for we find that our innermost self is the spirit, that it is God, the indivisible. Important Note: If a follower receives a large enough attack, they will die, permanently. We say enough COMPANIONS OF MY SOLITUDE. You had intended, for instance, to go and hear some great service, and there was something to be done, and a crowd to be encountered ; and you open your window Companions of my solitude.
find, as the warm air streams in, that beautiful sounds come with it ; in truth your win- dow is not far off from an opening in one of the ca- thedral windows, and there you stay drinking in all the music, being alone. No man could do so while the memory of love was in his mind. I would have him, however, go on to show what frequenting the ale-house mostly leads to, and how the laborer's home might be made to rival the ale-house ; and I would have him help to COMPANIONS OF MY SOLITUDE.
Conven- tionality stiffens up the whole figure and sets the eyes in the fixed direction it pleases, so that men and women can pass through the streets ignoring the greatest horrors which surround them. After the ser- I20 COMPANIONS OF M7 SOLITUDE. They often know that it is a tremendous tyranny they are suffering under, and they do not feel it Companions of my solitude. less because they are consenting parties.