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" ... influx. Exactly parallel is the whole rule of intellectual duty to the rule of moral duty. A self-denial, no less austere than the saint's, is demanded of the scholar. He must worship truth, and forego all things for that, and choose defeat and pain,... "
Complete Works - Page 318
by Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1900
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Everyday Ethics

Ella Lyman Cabot - 1906 - 439 pages
...every mind its choice between truth and repose. Take which you please, you can never have both. . . . He in whom the love of repose predominates will accept...the first philosophy, the first political party he meets,—most likely his father's. He gets rest, commodity and reputation, but he shuts the door of...
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Everyday Ethics

Ella Lyman Cabot - 1906 - 439 pages
...out the prejudice of our judgment against Chinamen. Emerson says: (Essays, 1st Series, Intellect.) "God offers to every mind its choice between truth...repose. Take which you please, you can never have both. . . . He in whom the love of repose predominates will accept the first creed, the first philosophy,...
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Brooklyn Medical Journal, Volume 20

1906
...the toiler. You must not only earn your daily bread, you must earn your daily wisdom. Emerson says, "God offers to every mind its choice between truth...repose, take which you please, you can never have both," and your own Frances Willard, "It is not so much what conies to you as what you come to that determines...
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Brooklyn Medical Journal, Volume 20

1906
...the toiler. You must not only earn your daily bread, you must earn your daily wisdom. Emerson says, "God offers to every mind its choice between truth...repose, take which you please, you can never have both," and your own Frances Willard, "It is not so much what comes to you as what you come to that determines...
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The Emerson Birthday-book ...

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1906
...; and the heart which abandons itself to the Supreme Mind finds itself related to all its works. OD offers to every mind its choice between truth and repose. Take which you please — you cannot have both. "THE habit, even in little and the least matters, of not appealing to any but our...
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The Religion of Ruskin: The Life and Works of John Ruskin, a Biographical ...

William Burgess - 1907 - 449 pages
...repose. Take which yon pleaae,—you can never have both. Between these, as a pendulum, man oscillate*, He In whom the love of repose predominates will accept the first creed, the &nt philosophy, the first political party he meets,—most likely his father's. He rrts rest, commodity...
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Jesus of Nazareth: A Life

Samuel Carlyle Bradley - 1908 - 575 pages
...the Zealots broke up in angry dispute, with nothing concluded or determined upon. LVII MARY AND HELON "God offers to every mind its choice between truth...repose. Take which you please: you can never have both." — Emerson. Days and nights have passed, and the day of the feast of the Passover is near at hand....
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A Candidate for Truth

John Davys Beresford - 1912 - 486 pages
...mind its choice between truth and repose. Take which you please, — you can never have both. . . . He in whom the love of repose predominates will accept...party he meets, — most likely his father's. . . . He in whom the love of truth predominates will keep himself aloof from all moorings, and afloat. He will...
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Human Motives

James Jackson Putnam - 1915 - 179 pages
...consists in an eternal seeking, a never-ending attempt to find ever new and richer meanings in life. "God offers to every mind its choice between truth...Take which you please, — you can never have both." The powerful thinker, Lessing, whose " Nathan der Weise " has stimulated speculation in so many minds,...
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Realms of Day

Hugh De Sélincourt - 1915 - 309 pages
...and ask him for another kiss which she promised not to wipe off. XXXV God offers to every mind itt choice between truth and repose. Take which you please — you can never have both. — EMEBSON. WHEN Jeremy left, Constance thought : " Oh, I'll make it up with him next week-end, poor...
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