- 1Into the disc of light, leaped, fantastic, the witch figure
- 2of this kind has always been one favorite function of the
- 3then business, then family duties, until atlast seclusion,
- 4type of experience should prove to be altogether wrong.
- 5which swirled fully three feet of water, which, slowly
- 6must be put to shame. In exceedingly narrow mindsand active
- 7When I was in the deep, under all shut up, I could notbelieve
- 8of the external and discordant to apoint which we cannot
- 9The people here live chiefly on shell-fish and potatoes.
- 10more paper, asked him for a sheet, he did not feel free
- 11such as we now possess. Men would have begun withanimistic
- 12But philosophy publishes resultswhich claim to be universally
- 13solid wall opened before her; it was another masked door.
- 14to others of his glory. From this it follows that the others
- 15one great merit of the worshiper; and the sacrifices and
- 16and grace gave to all his words an irresistible charm.
- 17and the girl's mind was in such a turmoil that she had
- 18gives them absolute being as so many finite substances
- 19thehappiness common to all, is the mysticism of Walt Whitman,
- 20sea resounded as in one vast world-encircling harmony.
- 21gate, but the apparatus was out of his reach, and he had
- 22with inactivity that she neither knows what she loves,
- 23results of Yoga with those of thehypnotic or dreamy states
- 24but whereshe was too absorbed inwardly to pay the necessary
- 25his fingers, right and left, and presently found slimy
- 26with a message, he never allowed her to come in, but listened
- 27clear and evident. When they came, I was living the fullest,
- 28When the supplies came in but slowly, Muller always considered
- 29than the manners of these people. They generally began
- 30This retreat only increased my desire to live in solitude,
- 31So that I did not only greatly wonder at it, but didalso
- 32readerswould not bear the recital of them. They tried her
- 33composed. When we reached Lemuy we had much difficulty
- 34of the serpent over them. One feels that in thetheologians'
- 35the contradiction between the ideal and theactual? We answer,
- 36in general as a condition of truth being anywhere possible,
- 37to peer through the fog ahead, he turned and descended
- 38gazed on the firstdawn in Paradise. It is no outward change,
- 39combination of non-resistance withpersonal authority. John
- 40of their rank to act thus, they pretend, and itmakes them
- 41resources were at an end; it must be another's work to
- 42solitude, to which no created thing hasaccess, in an immense
- 43before, and knew now what prayer really is: to return from
- 44strongest, sanest,deepest life. I was not seeking them.
- 45for tobacco was something quite extraordinary. After tobacco,
- 46that their engagements had been kept, their letters answered
- 47Al-Ghazzali, a Persian philosopher and theologian, who
- 48of character may yield almost absolutely worthlessfruits
- 49and he pulled up short, for, instinctively, he knew that
- 50Sufis have existed in Persia from the earliest times, and