emerson: man is his own star.

divine postman: and the soul that can render an honest and perfect man.

emerson: commands all light, all influence, all fate.

divine postman: nothing to him falls early or too late.

emerson: our acts, our angels are, or good or ill.

divine postman: our fatal shadows that walk by us still.

emerson: cast the bantling on the rocks.

divine Postman: suckle him with the she-wolf’s teat.

emerson: wintered with the hawk and fox.

divine postman: power and speed be hands and feet.

emerson: we must testify of our life and give an account to the rest of man divine postman.

divine postman: indeed emerson! i read the other day some lines written by an eminent poet, which were original and not conventional.

emerson: the soul always hears an admonition in such lines divine postman, let the subject be what it may.

divine postman: the sentiment they instill friend, is of more value than any thought they may contain.

emerson: the mass of man walk around mindless never thinking with their brains.

divine postman: they concern themselves with their own private ends never looking up at the abundant sky.

emerson: a life without wisdom is most dangerous divine postman.

divine postman: the great tragedy of apartheid was not caused by nationalist ideals friend. but that man was not thinking!

emerson: the westerner was thus robbed of his innate humanity, because he failed to look into the eyes of the african and ask: “who are you?”

divine postman: the truest philosopher is one that lives his words. and does not repeat by rote.

emerson: to believe your own thought, to believe that what is true in your private heart is true for all men. that is genius divine postman!

divine postman: speak your latent conviction and it shall be the universal sense. for the inmost in due time will become the outmost.

emerson: it is the spirit of philosophy that we need to embody young man. it will be imparted through all ages.