"Fear of things invisible is the natural seed of that which everyone else calls religion ."
For the human understanding is no dry light , but receives infusion from the will and affections; whence proceeds science which may be called " sciences as one would " For what man had rather were True he most readily believes , therefore he rejects difficult things from impatience of research ; sober things , because they narrow Hope , the deeper things of nature, from superstition;things not commonly believed , light of the experience, from arrogance to pride , out of deference to the opinion of the vulgar . Numberless in short are the ways , and somethings imperceptible , in which the affections color and infect the understanding
"Man has his will -but woman has her way ".
for a merry heart does good like medicine.
It was that a man listened with great admiration to a well known speaker , he was very popular
and of course a leader when it came to giving speeches. Now the man hung on to every word the speaker was saying
but he alos studied the mans…Continue
At the beginning of time and perhaps our century the specialists mythologists were fond of assuring us that myth was related to a specific state of primitive human thought , thus the human mind they said before we as a civilization became more sensible to reason , all saw the world as a stage for a dramatic conflict between capricious wills and thus they stated dogmatically that human society in the course of its historical evolution was forced to go through a prelogical period ? in which…Continue