QUOTE | FROM Ralph Waldo Emerson




Why covet a knowledge of new facts? Day and night, house and garden, a few books, a few actions, serve us as well as would all trades and all spectacles. We are far from having exhausted the significance of the few symbols we use. We can come to use them yet with a terrible simplicity.



Similar Quotes by Tags3346

We are students of words: we are shut up in schools,...

-Ralph Waldo Emerson

Quote

Doubt not, O poet, but persist. Say 'It is in me, an...

-Ralph Waldo Emerson

Quote

the mystic must be steadily told,–All that you say i...

-Ralph Waldo Emerson

Quote

It is not metres, but a metre-making argument that m...

-Ralph Waldo Emerson

Quote

How could we have developed our intellectual skills ...

-Lailah Gifty Akita

Quote

Choices! Choices!! Choices!!! I have chosen love ove...

-Lailah Gifty Akita

Quote

The sight of a dancing lady is like a soothing sensa...

-

Quote

Dance as the narration of a magical story… that reci...

-

Quote

To be happy to be sad and sad to be happy is to sing...

-Criss Jami

Quote

We are always falling in love or quarreling, looking...

-C. S. Lewis

Quote

You can discover your sacred paths by reading.

-Lailah Gifty Akita

Quote

Dance resides within us all. Some find it when joy c...

-

Quote

Our ancestors did great work for humanity. What will...

-Lailah Gifty Akita

Quote

Hurry, believers of love, hurry. Share a dance and e...

-

Quote

If spirit is the seed, dance became the water of its...

-

Quote

Through synergy of intellect, artistry and grace cam...

-

Quote

So effortlessly dance compliments melodies, when imp...

-

Quote

Be innovative.

-Lailah Gifty Akita

Quote

I did not foresee my words becoming such a reverie o...

-

Quote

How easy it is for so many of us today to be undoubt...

-Criss Jami

Quote
Copied the text: "Why covet a knowledge of new facts? Day and night, house and garden, a few books, a few actions, serve us as well as would all trades and all spectacles. We are far from having exhausted the significance of the few symbols we use. We can come to use them yet with a terrible simplicity."