The book Mardi: And a Voyage Thither, Vol. Ii (Of 2) was written by author Melville Herman Here you can read free online of Mardi: And a Voyage Thither, Vol. Ii (Of 2) book, rate and share your impressions in comments. If you don't know what to write, just answer the question: Why is Mardi: And a Voyage Thither, Vol. Ii (Of 2) a good or bad book?
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Can we starve that noble instinct in us, and hopethat it will survive? Better slay the body than the soul; and if it bethe direst of sins to be the murderers of our own bodies, how muchmore to be a soul-suicide. Yoomy, we are men, we are angels. And inhis faculties, high Oro is but what a man would be, infinitelymagnified. Let us aspire to all things. Are we babes in the woods, tobe scared by the shadows of the trees? What shall appall us? If eaglesgaze at the sun, may not men at the gods?" "Fo...r one, " said Media, "you may gaze at me freely. Gaze on. But talknot of my kinsmen so fluently, Babbalanja. Return to your argument. " "I go back then, my lord. By implication, you have granted, that intimes past the future was foreknown of Oro; hence, in times past, thefuture must have been foreordained. But in all things Oro isimmutable. Wherefore our own future is foreknown and foreordained. Now, if things foreordained concerning nations have in times past beenrevealed to them previous to their taking place, then somethingsimilar may be presumable concerning individual men now living.