The three eldest children of Necessity: God, the World and love.
Every veil secretly desires to be lifted, except the veil of Hypocrisy.
Life without Love is as a flower without fragrance.
Love is God's essence; Power but his attribute: therefore is his love greater than his power.
In the religion of Love the courtesan is a heretic; but the nun is an atheist.
It is no wonder if Art frequently prefers Illusion to Truth: for Illusion is her servant, but Truth her mistress.
If Pity come as Pity, bid her stay; But if in guise of Love, chase her away.
Wail not too wildly for expiring Love: The Love that dies was never quite alive.
As the bud a leaf, so at last the thought becomes a word.
Art achieves all little things by absolute truth: but all her great things need some admixture of illusion.
Would the atheist continue such, let him beware how he admits Love into his breast: for God will surely come along with him.
Trust Love, nor fear to soar upon his track. The wings that bore to Heaven will bear thee back.
Passion is Love's blind guide, but the only one he hath.
Thou canst not pray to God without praying to Love, but mayest pray to Love without praying to God.
Love is wont to visit Man in the company of Desire; but Woman by himself.
Then is Love blest, when from the cup of the body he drinks the wine of the soul.
Were Love exempt from the militations of Necessity, he were greater than God and the World.
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