But of the deeper character, made up of a hundred traits, coloured and conditioned most vitally by something secret and in itself apparently of slight importance, he was placidly unconscious. Classes he knew. Individuals escaped him. Yet he was a most companionable man, a social solitary, a friendly hermit.
Now it is almost always the object of arrest which becomes impressed, as it were, upon the psyche. A man very rarely has an image of a person with whom he is livingly, vitally connected. He only has dream-images of the persons who, in some way, oppose his life-flow and his soul's freedom, and so become impressed upon his plasm as objects of resistance.
She repeated the promise to herself many times as she went bravely about the kitchen and barnyard. "Something will happen some day!" But she often added, "But, oh, my, I do wish it would hurry up and happen soon." And then something did happen; an event that vitally affected all Christina's future.
This regard and attention should be awarded them, not only because labor is the capital of our workingmen, justly entitled to its share of Government favor, but for the further and not less important reason that the laboring man, surrounded by his family in his humble home, as a consumer is vitally interested in all that cheapens the cost of living and enables him to bring within his domestic circle additional comforts and advantages.
But such a relation, and consequently the limitation of the world by void space, is nothing. Consequently, the world, as regards space, is not limited, that is, it is infinite in regard to extension.* The one is not the correlate of the other in a synthesis, but they are vitally connected in the same empirical intuition, as matter and form.
To imagine that a function, so vitally important to our exterior life, should have no place in the phases of life which we know as "higher," is a manifest absurdity, and comes from those attenuated concepts of what constitutes spirituality, which Theology has postulated; concepts which, entrenched behind the walls of "thus saith the Lord," have temporarily defied modern progress.
"You say it was 'of vital importance that the lady should be married to-night. What does that imply?" "Do you wish me to put it in different language?" "I want to know what the vitally important reason was. I presume she furnished one?" "Ah, but how does that concern the New York police, Mr. Steingall?" "Every element in this business concerns us.
And soon the young couple go out of the Nuns' House, taking all precautions against the discovery of the so vitally defective boots of Mr. Edwin Drood: precautions, let us hope, effective for the peace of Mrs. Edwin Drood that is to be. 'Which way shall we take, Rosa? Rosa replies: 'I want to go to the Lumps-of-Delight shop. 'To the ? 'A Turkish sweetmeat, sir.
Rejoice particularly at formulation of teaching plans so vitally linked with immediate destiny of Temple enterprise. Owing to relaxation of pressure occasioned by critical situation advise direct special attention to invigorate activities conducted in Latin America and European continent.
Miss Ludington issued a manifesto giving in detail their action which had determined this policy and saying: Our fight now is "November, 1920." One of the most important presidential elections in years is to be held then. Women are just as vitally affected by it and as deeply interested in it as men.