Language is not a handmaiden to perception; it is perception; it gives shape to what would otherwise be inert and dead.
I searched the FM band but there was nothing besides other pious pleaders, and they didn't come in too well. The AM band offered about the same thing, only with worse reception, nothing remotely describable as news, and no music because commercial entertainment as we knew it was no more, and its handmaiden, advertising had gone with it.james howard kunstler
The creative scientist lives in a 'wildness of logic,' where reason is the handmaiden and not the master.marston morse
When Poetry thus keeps its place as the handmaiden of piety, it shall attain not a poor perishable wreath, but a crown that fadeth not away.john wesley
Riches are a good handmaiden, but the worst mistress.Francis Bacon
The creative scientist lives in a 'wildness of logic ,' where reason is the handmaiden and not the master.