Does it ever give thee pause, that men used to have a soul – not by hearsay alone, or as a figure of speech; but as a truth that they knew and acted upon. Verily it was another world then… but yet it is a pity we have lost the tidings of our souls… we shall have to go in search of them again, or worse in all ways shall befall us.

~ Thomas Carlyle

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Posted by Cate MacDonald

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  1. Platonic, that’s for sure. Most likely, however, probably an expression of Thomas Carlyle’s own quest for certitude in a world of Victorian morality-which he had rejected.

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  2. LOL that actually happen to me… but it seems to be keep working fine ;)

    This comment was originally posted on Eclipse Movie

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