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James Wood, comp.  Dictionary of Quotations.  1899.
  He who has no opinion of his own, but depends upon the opinion and taste of others, is a slave.  1
  He who thinks for himself, and imitates rarely, is a free man.  2
  O Tugend, Tugend, wie schön bist du! / Welch’ göttlich Meisterstück sind Seelen, / Die sich hinauf bis zu dir erheben—O virtue, virtue, how fair art thou! what a divine masterpiece are the souls that raise themselves up to thee!  3
  Saat, dich säet der Herr dem grossen. Tage der Ernte—Seed, the Lord sows thee for the great day of harvest.  4
  Saat, von Gott gesäet, dem Tage der Garben zu reifen—Seed sown by God, to ripen against the day of the sheaf-binding.  5

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