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" I was not aware of the moment when I first crossed the threshold of this life. What was the power that made me open out into this vast mystery like a bud in the forest at midnight! When in the morning I looked upon the light I felt in a moment that I... "
The Quarterly Review - Page 176
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The Forum, Volume 51

1914
...sit on the shore of life, and contemplate death and the beyond? " To the latter period belongs : " And because I love this life, I know I shall love death as well." Tagore's philosophy is thoughtfully optimistic. There is no man living, he says, who would willingly...
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The Theosophical Quarterly, Volumes 1-11

1915
..."What was the power that made me open out into this vast mystery like a bud in the forest at midnight. "When in the morning I looked upon the light I felt...know I shall love death as well. "The child cries out when from the right breast the mother takes it away, in the very next moment to find in the left...
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The Advance Advocate, Volume 22

1913
...What was the power that made me open out into this vast mystery like a bud in the forest at midnight? When in the morning I looked upon the light I felt...I know I shall love death as well. The child cries out when from the right breast the mother takes it away, in the very next moment to find in the left...
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The Cosmopolitan Student, Volumes 3-4

1912
...What power was it that opened me out upon this vast mystery like a bird in the forest at midnight? When in the morning I looked upon the light I felt in a moment that I was no stranger in the world, that the inscrutable without name and form had taken me in its arms in the form of my own...
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Gitanjali (song Offerings)

Rabindranath Tagore - 1913 - 101 pages
...What was the power that made me open out into this vast mystery like a bud in the forest at midnight ! When in the morning I looked upon the light I felt...I know I shall love death as well. The child cries out when from the right breast the mother takes it away, in the very next moment to find in the left...
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Gitanjali: (song Offerings)

Rabindranath Tagore - 1914 - 101 pages
...What was the power that made me open out into this vast mystery like a bud in the forest at midnight 1 When in the morning I looked upon the light I felt...love this life, I know I shall love death as well. 95 WHEN I go from hence let this be my parting word, that what I have seen is unsurpassable. I have...
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Gitanjali (song Offerings) by Rabindranath Tagore: A Collection of Prose ...

Rabindranath Tagore - 1916 - 101 pages
...journey." And it is our own mood, when it is furthest from A Kempis or John of the Cross, that cries, "And because I love this life, I know I shall love death as well." Yet it is not only in our thoughts of the parting that this book fathoms all. We had not known that...
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The New Poetry - An Anthology

Harriet Monroe and Alice Corbin Henderson - 1917
...What was the power that made me open out into this vast mystery like a bud in the forest at midnight? When in the morning I looked upon the light I felt...I know I shall love death as well. The child cries out when from the right breast the mother takes it away to find in the very next moment its consolation...
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The Sympathy of Religions, Volume 48; Volume 173

George Rowland Dodson - 1917 - 339 pages
...What was the power that made me open out into this vast mystery like a bud in the forest at midnight? "When in the morning I looked upon the light I felt...know I shall love death as well. "The child cries out when from the right breast the mother takes it away, in the very next moment to find in the left...
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Gitanjali (song Offerings)

Rabindranath Tagore - 1914 - 101 pages
...What was the power that made me open out into this vast mystery like a bud in the forest at midnight ! When in the morning I looked upon the light I felt...love this life, I know I shall love death as well. WHEN I go from hence let this be my parting word, that what I have seen is unsurpassable. I have tasted...
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