A Quote by Hamilton Wright Mabie on glory, heaven, imagination, and nature

Man is incomprehensible without Nature and Nature is incomprehensible apart from man. For the delicate loveliness of the flower is as much in the human eye as in its own fragile petals and in the splendor of the heavens as much in the imagination that kindles at the touch of their glory as in the shining of countless worlds.

Hamilton Wright Mabie (1845 - 1916)

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