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The Spirit Of Homoeopathy by Rajan Sankaran
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Night and Sleep by Rumi
“An eye is meant to see things.
The soul is here for its own joy.

A head has one use: For loving a true love.
Feet: To chase after.

Love is for vanishing into the sky. The mind,
for learning what men have done and tried to do.

Mysteries are not to be solved: The eye goes blind
when it only wants to see why.

A lover is always accused of something.
But when he finds his love, whatever was lost
in the looking comes back completely changed.”
Rumi
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Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung
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Richard Brautigan
“I’ll affect you slowly
as if you were having a picnic in a dream.
There will be no ants.
It won’t rain.”
Richard Brautigan, Loading Mercury With a Pitchfork

Rumi
“An eye is meant to see things.
The soul is here for its own joy.

A head has one use: For loving a true love.
Feet: To chase after.

Love is for vanishing into the sky. The mind,
for learning what men have done and tried to do.

Mysteries are not to be solved: The eye goes blind
when it only wants to see why.

A lover is always accused of something.
But when he finds his love, whatever was lost
in the looking comes back completely changed.”
Rumi, Night and Sleep

Richard Brautigan
“Finding is losing something else.
I think about, perhaps even mourn,
what I lost to find this”
Richard Brautigan, Loading Mercury With a Pitchfork

Oscar Wilde
“Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.”
Oscar Wilde

“Your war drum ain't / louder than this breath.”
Suheir Hammad, Zaatardiva

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