Everything else, as saith the preacher, is but vanity and vexation of spirit.
David saith, “He doth the will of them that fear Him, and heareth their prayers.”
Pliny deemeth them to be wild; Martial is also of the same opinion, where he saith, “Imbelles damæ quid nisi præda sumus?”
Behold, it saith, I am born into the great, the universal mind.
He saith God alway taketh away idols, and will not suffer idolatry in His people.
Yet saith the Maid of the gold-rings in Garda that she scorns me.
And he saith unto him, "My name is Legion; for we are many."
He saith too that corn is to be planted when the oak leaves are as large as a mouse's ear.
What a penetrating, unwavering, scrutinizing glance that "trieth the hearts and the reins," as saith the Scripture!
"Whatsoever he saith unto you, do it," said the Blessed Virgin.