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Selections From the Works of Taylor Hooker Barrow South Latimer Brown Milt

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Selections From the Works of Taylor Hooker Barrow South Latimer Brown Milt
Basil Montagu
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— William Wordsworth, 218 SELECTIONS bigger than his pen. What a thick mist, yea what a palpable and more than Egyptian darkness, doth the natural man live in ! what a world is there that he doth not see at all ! and how little doth he see in this, which is his proper element! there is no bodily thing, but the brute creatures see as well as he, and some of them better. As for his eye of reason, how dim is it in those things which are best fitted to it ! what one thing is there in nature, which ...he doth perfectly know? what herb or flower, or worm that he treads on, is there whose true essence he knoweth ! no, not so much as what is in his own bosom ; what it is, where it is, or whence it is, that gives being to himself. But, for those things which concern the best world he doth not so much as confusedly see them ; neither knoweth whether they be. He sees no whit into the great and awful majesty of God. He discerns him not in all his creatures, filling the world with his infinite and glorious presence.

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