emerson: i remember, divine postman, we made it out of that dark place.
divine postman: through the darkness we found the light ralph. and, now, we stand together upright. conscious of the meaning for our suffering.
emerson: without suffering divine postman, there can be no joy. the sorrows and tears we shed point us toward our joy.
divine postman: suffering is temporary emerson, joy abounds forever.
emerrson: he who has a why divine postman, can bear with almost anyhow. we need to remember that a tree grows from its roots.
divine postman: the mass of man idolize the fruit and the leaves on the outside; and never think that what matters are the changes we undergo from within.
the ingenuity of man emerson has always been dedicated to the solution of one problem- how to detach the sensual sweet, the sensual strong, the sensual bright; from the moral sweet, the moral deep, the moral fair.
emerson: beauty is what we do not see divine postman. all that we have is born from within. the soul strives amain to live and work through all things, demanding absolute greatness to reveal greatness. it would be the only fact.
divine postman: life will test the truth that we believe in emerson. we need to persevere and endure knowing that something better awaits us above that hill.
with every influx of light comes new danger. we must bear witness to that light. and outrun the sympathy which gives such keen satisfaction, by our fidelity to new revelations of the soul.
emerson: the soul is progressive it is active, free and sovereign.
divine postman: in all we encounter we need to hold on to hope emerson.
emerson: hope is a tree divine postman sitting on the mountain where the grass does not grow.
divine postman: through hope we perceive great possibility. life is more precious than the dollar. we cannot replace the divine repositories of man with a commodity.
emerson: freedom is the most choicest of all joys, for it is learned through suffering and patience. aligning us with nature’s purpose.
divine postman: we must understand that all things move emerson and never remain in one place. and to harness all the gifts of movement bestowed upon us, we need to live simply knowing that through nature we are self-sufficient.
emerson: oh! what a piece of work is man divine postman. how noble in reason. how infinite in faculty. in form and moving how express and admirable. in action how like an angel. in apprehension how like a god. oh! the beauty of the world divine postman! the paragon of animals.
divine postman: he is all that lives emerson. born to be king and queen