Who has enough credit in this world to pay for his mistakes?
Man is at the nadir of his stregth when the Earth, the seas, the mountains are not in him, for without them his soul is unsourced, and he has no images by which to abide.
We are uneasy with an affectionate man, for we are positive he wants something of us, particularly our love.
One of the weaknesses in the cooperative is that it has never been sufficiently leavened by the imagination. This is a quick-silver faculty, and likely to be a cause of worry to any collective settlement.
Man hoards himself when he has nothing to give away.
Utility is our national shibboleth: the savior of the American businessman is fact and his uterine half-brother, statistics.
Those who write for lucre or fame are grosser than the cartel robbers, for they steal the genius of the people, which is its will to resist evil.
The newspaper has debauched the American until he is a slavish, simpering, and angerless citizen; it has taught him to be a lump mass-man toward fraud, simony, murder, and lunacies more vile than those of Commodus or Caracalla.
The Americans have always been food, sex, and spirit revivalists.
The bad poet is a toady mimicking nature.
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