Get thee hence, Satan: for it is written, thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and him only shalt thou serve.
O born in days when wits were fresh and clear, And life ran gaily as the sparklingThames: Before this strange disease of modern life, With its sick hurry, its divided aims, Its heads o'ertaxed, its palsied hearts, was rife Fly hence, our contact fear!Matthew Arnold
For a full spring-tide of blossom seethed and departed hence, Leaving land-locked pools of jonquils by sunny garden fence.
Resolved, that I will do whatsoever I think to be most to God's glory, and my own good, profit and pleasure, in the whole of my duration, without any consideration of the time, whether now, or never so many myriad's of ages hence. Resolved to do whatever I think to be my duty and most for the good and advantage of mankind in general. Resolved to do this, whatever difficulties I meet with, how many and how great soever.jonathan edwards
We are taking care of our troops today, hence their loyalty. Formerly a rifle was given to a man and he had to shift for himself.İsmail enver
I tooWill go, remembering what I said to you,When any land, the first to which we cameSeemed that we sought, and set your hearts aflame,And all seemed won to you: but still I think,Perchance years hence, the fount of life to drink,Unless by some ill chance I first am slain.But boundless risk must pay for boundless gain.william morris
May we have the courage to face the eventual doom of our civilization as we have the courage to face the certainty of our personal doom. The simple faith in progress is not a conviction belonging to strength, but one belong to acquiescence and hence to weakness.Norbert Wiener
Dostoevsky believed that the gods of rationalism and materialist utilitarianism had joined in conspiracy against all other ethical systems. … The accumulation of capital, or the acquisition of money, are endeavors par excellence which establish a quantifiable goal: hence they are directly amenable to maximization formulae.john carroll
To be born into this earth is to be born into uncongenial surroundings, hence to be born into a romance.gilbert keith chesterton
The seat of faith, however, is not consciousness but spontaneous religious experience, which brings the individual's faith into immediate relation with God. Here we must ask: Have I any religious experience and immediate relation to God, and hence that certainty which will keep me, as an individual, from dissolving in the crowd?carl jung
Three cheers for the war . Three cheers for Italy's war and three cheers for war in general. Peace is hence absurd or rather a pause in war.benito mussolini
Now the power of the imagination is a unifying power, hence the force of metaphor ; and the poet is the supreme manipulator of metaphor... the world needs the unifying power of the imagination. The two things that give it best are poetry and religion .
Zorashtrianism is also known as Mazdaism from the name of the Supreme god, Ahura Mazda, and as Magism from the name of its ancient priests, the magi. The Three Wise Men of the Bible are believed to have been Zoroastrian magi, hence the Adoration of the Magi .
The genius of the Spanish people is exquisitely subtle, without being at all acute; hence there is so much humour and so little wit in their literature.
Heaven (or Swarga ) is that which delights the mind ; hell (or Naraka) is that which gives it pain : hence vice is called hell ; virtue is called heaven .
Dualism makes the problem insoluble; materialism denies the existence of any phenomenon to study, and hence of any problem.
Cynicism ... is a withdrawal from the world into blank isolation, while Stoicism is the withdrawal into an inner life , which forms to its votaries an object of the highest enthusiasm. hence the elation, often hyperbolical, which tinges the Stoical austerity; hence the attractiveness of the doctrine and its spread over the world.
Nature makes no parade of her means hence all studied grace is unnatural.
The case in Levinz was about an hundred years ago: Put a marginal note, and it will serve an hundred years hence.
hence ye profane; I hate you all; Both the great vulgar, and the small.Abraham Cowley
It was in old days, with our learned men, an interesting and oft-investigated question, "What is the origin of light?" and the solution of it has been repeatedly attempted, with no other result than to crowd our lunatic asylums with the would-be solvers. hence, after fruitless attempts to suppress such investigations indirectly by making them liable to a heavy tax, the Legislature, in comparatively recent times, absolutely prohibited them.edwin abbot
The impulse to think, to philosophize and spin beauty and brilliance out of mind and soul, is somehow the offspring of resistance of an effort to overcome an apparently insurmountable obstacle. hence cultural creativeness is more likely to flourish in an atmosphere of restriction, of an imposed pattern of thought and behavior, than in one of total freedom.Eric Hoffer
In the natural state no concept of God can arise, and the false one which one makes for himself is harmful. hence the theory of natural religion can be true only where there is no science; therefore it cannot bind all men together.Immanuel Kant
A fool's brain digests philosophy into folly, science into superstition, and art into pedantry. hence University education.George Bernard Shaw
Once we know what we need to do, our nanotechnologies should enable us to construct replacement bodies and brains that won't be constrained to work at the crawling pace of "real time." The events in our computer chips already happen millions of times faster than those in brain cells. hence, we could design our "mind-children" to think a million times faster than we do. To such a being, half a minute might seem as long as one of our years, and each hour as long as an entire human lifetime.
Know then, whatever cheerful and serene Supports the mind, supports the body too: hence, the most vital movement mortals feel Is hope, the balm and lifeblood of the soul.john armstrong
Variant translation: hence all those tears shed.