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They can only set free men free...
And there is no need of that:
Free men set themselves free.
Hearts starve as well as bodies: Give us Bread, but give us Roses.
The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance; the wise grows it under his feet.
We age inevitably:
The old joys fade and are gone:
And at last comes equanimity and the flame burning clear.
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Thinking is like loving and dying. Each of us must do it for himself.
May 24, 1882
August 4, 1932
James Oppenheim was an American poet, novelist, and editor. A lay analyst and early follower of C. G. Jung, Oppenheim was also the founder and editor of The Seven Arts, an important early 20th-century literary magazine.
Songs for the New Age (1914)
The Olympian (1912)
The book of self (1917)
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