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Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Thus inevitably does the universe wear our color, and every object fall successively into the subject itself. The subject exists, the subject enlarges; all things sooner or later fall into place. As I am, so I see; use what language we will, we can never say anything but what we are.”


Ralph Waldo Emerson, Selected Essays
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