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  • The sublime, unique and eminent truth, lifting its lofty cone, as Mount Everest, high and alone, towers in gigantic form and heavenly majesty up above the clouds and storm-line in the serene and clear atmosphere of a happy realization of its spiritual power and vital force.

    Autobiography, sermons, addresses, and essays of Bishop L. H. Holsey, D. D.,

  • I wouldn't hurt a hair of your bonny head for all that the world can give, nor ever pull you down one inch from the golden throne above the clouds where I always see you.


  • And that exquisitely neat fellow, looking like a lad unconvincingly made-up for an octogenarian in amateur theatricals, was the premier of the largest province in the world: his thin-featured neighbor was an aeronaut -- at this period really a rara avis -- and went above the clouds to get his livelihood, just as ordinary people went to banks and offices.

    The Cream of the Jest: A Comedy of Evasions

  • Nevertheless, the spirit retains there its own nature as a spirit, while it enjoys the co-eternal, co-omnipotent, indwelling and outflowing Persons, and high above the clouds and bustle of things below contemplates with fixed gaze the Divine marvellousness.

    The Life of Blessed Henry Suso by Himself.


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