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You have been successfully Logged In! To experience full features of the site please disable it for www. TV Shows View all. Cesar Virata Arturo Tolentino. We have received your winning story. Santo The Best of Himig Heswita. The west side, look. An upland pasture, alleying away into a maple wood at top. Sweet, in opening spring, to trace upon the hill-side, otherwise gray and bare—to trace, I say, the oldest paths by their streaks of earliest green.

So Charlemagne, he carried it. It was not long after ; and, somehow, about that time, all round the world, these kings, they had the casting vote, and voted for themselves. No sooner was ground broken, than all the neighborhood, neighbor Dives, in particular, broke, too—into a laugh.

Piazza to the north! Winter piazza! That was in the lion month of March. Herman Melville 5 his sole piazza to the north. In summer, too, Canute-like, sitting here, one is often reminded of the sea. For not only do long ground-swells roll the slanting grain, and little wavelets of the grass ripple over upon the low piazza, as their beach, and the blown down of dandelions is wafted like the spray, and the purple of the mountains is just the purple of the billows, and a still August noon broods upon the deep meadows, as a calm upon the Line; but the vastness and the lonesomeness are so oceanic, and the silence and the sameness, too, that the first peep of a strange house, rising beyond the trees, is for all the world like spying, on the Barbary coast, an unknown sail.

And this recalls my inland voyage to fairy-land. A true voyage; but, take it all in all, interesting as if invented. From the piazza, some uncertain object I had caught, mysteriously snugged away, to all appearance, in a sort of purpled breast-pocket, high up in a hopperlike hollow, or sunken angle, among the northwestern mountains—yet, whether, really, it was on a mountain-side, or a mountain-top, could not be determined; because, though, viewed from favorable points, a blue summit, peering up away behind the rest, will, as it were, talk to you over their heads, and plainly tell you, that, though he the blue summit seems among them, he is not of them God forbid!

Signal as a candle. One spot of radiance, where all else was shade. Fairies there, thought I; some haunted ring where fairies dance.

Time passed; and the following May, after a gentle shower upon the mountains—a little shower islanded in misty seas of sunshine; such a distant shower—and sometimes two, and three, and four of them, all visible together in different parts—as I love to watch from the piazza, instead of thunder storms, as I used to, which wrap old Greylock, like a Sinai, till one thinks swart Moses must be climbing among scathed hemlocks there; after, I say, that, gentle shower, I saw a rainbow, resting its further end just where, in autumn, I had marked the mole.


Herman Melville 7 gold. But a work-a-day neighbor said, no doubt it was but some old barn—an abandoned one, its broadside beaten in, the acclivity its background.

But I, though I had never been there, I knew better. The sparkle was of that vividness, it seemed as if it could only come from glass. The building, then—if building, after all, it was—could, at least, not be a barn, much less an abandoned one; stale hay ten years musting in it.

No; if aught built by mortal, it must be a cottage; perhaps long vacant and dismantled, but this very spring magically fitted up and glazed.

This, to me, made pretty sure the recent occupancy of that far cot in fairy land. Either troops of shadows, an imperial guard, with slow pace and solemn, defiled along the steeps; or, routed by pursuing light, fled broadcast from east to west—old wars of Lucifer and Michael; or the mountains, though unvexed by these mirrored sham fights in the sky, had an atmosphere otherwise unfavorable for fairy views.

I was sorry; the more so, because I had to keep my chamber for some time after—which chamber did not face those hills. Fairies there, thought I, once more; the queen of fairies at her fairy-window; at any rate, some glad mountain-girl; it will do me good, it will cure this weariness, to look on her. Early dawn; and, sallying westward, I sowed the morning before me.

Some miles brought me nigh the hills; but out of present sight of them. I was not lost; for road-side golden-rods, as guide-posts, pointed, I doubted not, the way to the golden window. Following them, I came to a lone and languid region, where the grass-grown ways were traveled but by drowsy cattle, that, less waked than stirred by day, seemed to walk in sleep. Browse, they did not—the enchanted never eat.

At least, so says Don Quixote, that sagest sage that ever lived. A pasture rose before me. Letting down five mouldering bars—so moistly green, they seemed fished up from some sunken wreck—a wigged old Aries, long-visaged, and with crumpled horn, came snuffing up; and then, retreating, decorously led on along a milky-way of white-weed, past dim-clustering Pleiades and Hyades, of small forget-me-nots; and would have led me further Spanish bearings: cojinetes, rumbos, rodamientos.

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Herman Melville 9 still his astral path, but for golden flights of yellow-birds—pilots, surely, to the golden window, to one side flying before me, from bush to bush, towards deep woods—which woods themselves were luring—and, somehow, lured, too, by their fence, banning a dark road, which, however dark, led up.

I pushed through; when Aries, renouncing me now for some lost soul, wheeled, and went his wiser way.. Forbidding and forbidden ground—to him. My horse hitched low his head. He tasted one, I another; it tasted of the ground. Fairy land not yet, thought I, flinging my bridle to a humped old tree, that crooked out an arm to catch it. For the way now lay where path was none, and none might go but by himself, and only go by daring.

Through blackberry brakes that tried to pluck me back, though I but strained towards fruitless growths of mountain-laurel; up slippery steeps to barren heights, where stood none to welcome.

Fairy land not yet, thought I, though the morning is here before me. Spanish astral: astral. A zigzag road, half overgrown with blueberry bushes, here turned among the cliffs.

A rent was in their ragged sides; through it a little track branched off, which, upwards threading that short defile, came breezily out above, to where the mountain-top, part sheltered northward, by a taller brother, sloped gently off a space, ere darkly plunging; and here, among fantastic rocks, reposing in a herd, the foot-track wound, half beaten, up to a little, low-storied, grayish cottage, capped, nun-like, with a peaked roof.

The other slope was newly shingled. On the north side, doorless and windowless, the clap-boards, innocent of paint, were yet green as the north side of lichened pines or copperless hulls of Japanese junks, becalmed. The whole base, like those of the neighboring rocks, was rimmed about with shaded streaks of richest sod; for, with hearth-stones in fairy land, the natural rock, though housed, preserves to the last, just as in open fields, its fertilizing charm; only, by necessity, working now at a remove, to the sward without.

So, at least, says Oberon, grave authority in fairy lore. Though setting Oberon aside, certain it is, that, even in the common world, the soil, close up to farm-houses, as close up to pasture rocks, is, even though untended, ever richer than it is a few rods off— such gentle, nurturing heat is radiated there.

But with this cottage, the shaded streaks were richest in its front and about its entrance, where the ground-sill, and especially the doorsill had, through long eld, quietly settled down. No fence was seen, no inclosure.

Near by—ferns, ferns, ferns; further— woods, woods, woods; beyond—mountains, mountains, mountains; then—sky, sky, sky. Turned out in aerial commons, pasture for the mountain moon. Nature, and but nature, house and, all; even a low cross-pile of silver birch, piled openly, to season; up among whose silvery sticks, as through the fencing of some Spanish becalmed: calmado. Herman Melville 11 sequestered grave, sprang vagrant raspberry bushes—willful assertors of their right of way.

Fairy land at last, thought I; Una and her lamb dwell here. Truly, a small abode—mere palanquin, set down on the summit, in a pass between two worlds, participant of neither. A sultry hour, and I wore a light hat, of yellow sinnet, with white duck trowsers—both relics of my tropic sea-going.

Clogged in the muffling ferns, I softly stumbled, staining the knees a sea-green. Pausing at the threshold, or rather where threshold once had been, I saw, through the open door-way, a lonely girl, sewing at a lonely window.

A palecheeked girl, and fly-specked window, with wasps about the mended upper panes. I spoke. She shyly started, like some Tahiti girl, secreted for a sacrifice, first catching sight, through palms, of Captain Cook.

Recovering, she bade me enter; with her apron brushed off a stool; then silently resumed her own. With thanks I took the stool; but now, for a space, I, too, was mute.

This, then, is the fairy-mountain house, and here, the fairy queen sitting at her fairy window. I went up to it. Downwards, directed by the tunneled pass, as through a leveled telescope, I caught sight of a, far-off, soft, azure world.

I hardly knew it, though I came from it. Long had they been orphans, and now, sole inhabitants of the sole house upon the mountain. No guest came, no traveler passed. The zigzag, perilous road was only used at seasons by the coal wagons. The brother Spanish apron: delantal, el delantal, mandil. When at evening, fagged out, he did come home, he soon left his bench, poor fellow, for his bed; just as one, at last, wearily quits that, too, for still deeper rest.

The bench, the bed, the grave. You judge some rich one lives there? Sometimes I think I do but dream it is there. You should see it in a sunset.

The sun is a good sun, but it never gilds this house. Why should it? This old house is rotting. That makes it so mossy. See, here is the curtain—this apron—I try to Spanish abode: domicilio, sin domicilio fijo. Herman Melville 13 shut it out with then. It fades it, you see. Sun gild this house?

Sir, the sun gilds not this roof. It leaked so, brother newly shingled all one side. Did you not see it? The north side, where the sun strikes most on what the rain has wetted. The sun is a good sun; but this roof, in first scorches, and then rots.

An old house. They went West, and are long dead, they say, who built it. A mountain house. In winter no fox could den in it. That chimney-place has been blocked up with snow, just like a hollow stump.

How did you know it? Your eyes are on your work. There, now the cloud is gone, Tray comes back. At noon, he steals off, of himself, to change his shape—returns, and lies down awhile, nigh the door. His head is turned round at you; though, when you came, he looked before him. And, yes, now that I mark it, it is not unlike a large, black Newfoundland dog. The invading shadow gone, the invaded one returns. But I do not see what casts it. You speak as if you saw it, and all the time your eyes are on your work.

But the friendliest one, that used to soothe my weariness so much, coolly quivering on the ferns, it was taken from me, never to return, as Tray did just now. The shadow of a birch. The tree was struck by lightning, and brother cut it up. You saw the cross-pile out-doors—the buried root lies under it; but not the shadow. That is flown, and never will come back, nor ever anywhere stir again.

Boys and bob-olinks, do they never come a-berrying up here? The berries mostly ripe and fall—few, but me, the wiser. These woods are wide. Better feel lone by hearth, than rock. The shadows hereabouts I know—those in the woods are strangers. Sanidad de suegra, Mateo 8. Cuentos de viejas, 1 Timoteo 4.

Abuela transmite la fe, 2 Timoteo 1. Influencia de abuelas, Tito 2. Responsabilidad en tiempos buenos, Deuteronomio Prosperidad que da Dios, Deuteronomio, Lo poco se convierte en mucho, 2 Reyes 4. Gloria y majestad abundantes, Salmo 8. La sobreabundante bondad de Dios, Salmo Riquezas abundantes, Salmo Beneficios diarios, Salmo Dios grande en misericordia y bondad, Salmo Mucho para comer, Joel 2. Comer hasta saciarse, Joel 2. Abundancia de amor, Juan 3. Agua viva interna, Juan 7.

Vida completa que Cristo da, Juan Vida abundante en Cristo, Juan Derramamiento de bendiciones, Romanos 5. Abundante gracia, Romanos 5. Esperanza que rebosa, Romanos Gracia abundante, 2 Corintios 9. Riquezas aseguradas, 2 Corintios 9. Conocimiento pleno de Dios, Efesios 3. Poder abundante, Efesios 3. Tierra buena y tierra improductiva, Hebreos 6. Grande misericordia, 1 Pedro 1. Todo lo necesario para vivir una vida santa, 2Pedro 1.

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Amor de Dios, 1 Juan 3. Ordenanzas corruptas, 1 Samuel 2. No pagar el jornal a sus obreros, Santiago 5. Verdad pervertida, 2 Pedro 2. Se cierra el acceso al templo, 2 Reyes Los que tienen acceso, Salmo Acceso a Dios, Romanos 5. Mediador entre Dios y los hombres, 1 Timoteo 2.

Sin temor, con confianza, Hebreos 4. Infante cojo por error de la enfermera, 2 Samuel 4. Percance por irreverencia 2 Samuel 6. Castigo divino, Amos 2. Contaminado por sus hechos, Salmo Es tiempo de que Dios intervenga, Salmo El camino del justo, el camino del malo, Proverbios 4. Palabras apresurada, Proverbios Tiempo para actuar, Ezequiel Mas fuerte que las palabras, Mateo Cambio interior validado, Lucas Sembrar y recoger, Calatas 6. Agradecimiento, Deuteronomio 8.

Gratitud por fidelidad y bondad divinas, 1 Reyes 8. Gratitud perpetua, Salmo Sacrificio de alabanza, Salmo Misericordia eterna, Salmo Gratitud en los cuatro puntos cardinales, Salmo Da gracias antes de comer, Juan 6.

Clave de respuesta a oraciones, Filipenses 4. Abundar en acciones de gracia, Colosenses 2. Dar gracias en todo, 1 Tesalonicenses 5. Querer ser aceptado, 2 Samuel Israel es aceptado, Ezequiel Sacrificio aceptable, Ezequiel Sembrar semillas en diversas tierras, Marcos 4.

Dios acepta a todas las naciones, Hechos Dios acepta a los que no son su pueblo, Romanos 9. Aceptarnos mutuamente, Romanos Somos olor grato, 2 Corintios 2. Desear ser aceptados, 2 Corintios 5. Es bueno que nos quieran, Calatas 4. Algunos aceptan, otros rechazan, 1 Tesalonicenses 2. Aceptar opresores, 1 Timoteo 6. Enigma musical, Salmo La gloria es solamente para Dios. Salmo Pedido divino de gloria, Juan Aclamado manifiesta, Hechos No lo aceptan en su propia comunidad, Lucas 4.

Sinceridad de la fe dada a conocer, 1Tesalonicenses 1. Aprobado por Dios en vez de por hombres, 1Tesalonicenses 2. La mala actitud se contagia, Deuteronomio Actitud amarga hacia la vida, Rut 1. Actitud de sierva, Rut 2.

Actitud infantil, 1 Reyes 3. Soberbio, 1 Reyes Rey pagano cambia de actitud, Esdras 1. Actitud optimista hacia los problemas, Job 1. Dispuesto a escuchar, Job 6. No contender con Dios, Job Tristeza que debilita, Salmo Actitud de gozo, Salmo Actitud positiva hacia las dificultades, Salmo Actitud restringida, Salmo Actitud de Dios hacia el orgulloso, humilde, Salmo El afligido, contento, Proverbios Hombre iracundo, Proverbios Amargura, ira, Ezequiel 3.

Hombre justo, Mateo 1. Venganza, Mateo 5. Naturaleza del reino celestial, Mateo La sal de una buena actitud, Marcos 9. Humildad verdadera, Lucas 7. Tristes, Lucas Actitud cruel, Romanos Rostro radiante, 2 Corintios 3. Actitud de servicio, 2 Corintios 4. Siempre gozoso, Filipenses 1. Actitud del cristiano verdadero, Filipenses 2.

Sin murmurar ni contender, Filipenses 2. Siempre gentil, Filipenses 4. La actitud determina la forma de vivir, Filipenses 4. Enemistad contra Dios, Colosenses 1.

La clave de una actitud positiva, 1 Tesalonicenses 5. Actitud hacia las riquezas, 1 Timoteo 6. No contencioso, amable, 2 Timoteo 2. Actitud hacia desertores, 2 Timoteo 4. Pensamientos negativos, 1 Pedro 2. Mansedumbre, reverencia, 1 Pedro 3.

Actitud hacia el sufrimiento, 1 Pedro 4. Acuerdo con respecto a la ley, Deuteronomio El quitarse el zapato sella acuerdo, Rut 4. Contrato para traicionar, Mateo Esposo y esposa en acuerdo pecaminoso, Hechos 5. Cristianos en un mismo sentir, Filipenses 4. Dos de acuerdo, Amos 3. Importancia del tratado, 1 Reyes Juramento en vano al pactar, Oseas Mente y pensamientos en unidad, 1 Corintios 1. Penalidad por trato roto, Jueces 2.

Sanidad por consenso divino, Lucas 5. Acusar al acusador, 1 Reyes Lo acusan de blasfemia, 1 Reyes Aceptar la culpabilidad, Job 6. Palabras aplastantes, Job Valor para acusar, Daniel 5. Cargos falsos, Daniel 6. Responder a una, eludir la otra, Mateo Acusaciones falsas y contradictorias, Marcos Acusado por una joven sirviente, Marcos Palabras para poder responder, Lucas Blasfemia alegada, Juan 5.

Mujer sorprendida en adulterio, Juan 8. Acusado de mentiroso, Juan 8. Muerte de Esteban, Hechos 6. Acusan ministros, Hechos Acusar que es culpable de lo mismo, Romanos 2. Necesidad de dos o tres testigos, 1 Timoteo 5. Mensaje adaptado a la mentalidad griega, Juan 1. Testimonio a intelectuales, Hechos Ojos, pies y dedos, Proverbios 6.

Aplauso de profeta, Ezequiel Batir manos y golpear con el pie, Ezequiel Mojar en el plato, Mateo Ademanes con la mano, Hechos Adivinos en palacio, Daniel 2. Presos por liberar una adivina, Hechos Trabajador con objetivos, Proverbios 6.

Empleado perezoso, Proverbios Buen jefe, Mateo 8. Relaciones laborales, Mateo Mayordomo fiel y prudente, Lucas Sindicato de plateros, Hechos Sueldos y salarios, Romanos 4.

Administradores de los misterios de Dios, 1Corintios 4. No ser muy severo, 2 Corintios Heridas de amigos, Proverbios Correspondencia sensible, 1 Corintios 4. Cartas de duro mensaje, 2 Corintios Palabra a los padres, Efesios 6. Advertencia, Tito 3. Hija sacrificada, Jueces Reyes juveniles, 2 Reyes Pacto para apartarse de la lujuria, Job Pubertad descrita, Ezequiel Mensaje de Dios a los hijos, Joel 1.

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Llegar a ser hijos de Dios, Salmo Dios y sus proezas, Deuteronomio 3. Dios nunca aparece como imagen, Deuteronomio 4. No adorar a la naturaleza, Deuteronomio 4. Sacrificio para demonios, Deuteronomio Sacrificio en lugares altos, 1 Reyes 3. Temen a Dios pero adoran otros dioses, 2 Reyes Conversa y discute con Dios, Job Reconocen majestad de Dios, Job Morada de gloria divina, Salmo Dar gloria a Dios, Salmo Sed del Dios vivo, Salmo Verdaderos sacrificios, Salmo Dios exaltado sobre los cielos, Salmo Saciados en casa de Dios, Salmo Moradas amables de Dios, Salmo Clamor de alabanza, Salmo Esplendor de santidad, Salmo Alaba a Dios siete veces diarias, Salmo Dios fiel y grandioso, Salmo Reconocer grandeza de Dios, Salmo Pueblo y naturaleza alaban a Dios, Salmo Adoran al sol, Ezequiel 8.

Adoran imagen humana, Daniel 3. Alaban dioses paganos, Daniel 5. Sin aliento ante presencia de Dios, Daniel Misericordia en vez de holocaustos, Oseas 6.

Se apacienta de viento, Oseas Profanan santo nombre de Dios, Amos 2. Pescadores adoran instrumentos de pesca, Habacuc. Pretende adorar, Mateo 2. Vanas repeticiones, Mateo 6. Honra vana, Mateo Honran de labios, Marcos 7. Templo de Dios, 1 Corintios 3. Cabeza cubierta y descubierta, 1 Corintios Sumo Sacerdote en el cielo, Hebreos 8. Ordenanzas de culto, Hebreos 9. Sin resultados espirituales, Hebreos Sinceridad y seguridad, Hebreos Agradecer a Dios, Hebreos Acercarse a Dios, Santiago 4.

Temor reverente a Dios, 1 Pedro 1. Seres vivientes y ancianos, Apocalipsis 4. Incienso y oraciones, Apocalipsis 8. Regocijo en el cielo, Apocalipsis Sin templo en el cielo, Apocalipsis Labios lisonjeros, Salmo Auto lisonja, Salmo Falsa lisonja, Proverbios La gloria pertenece solo a Dios, 1 Corintios 3.

Evitemos la falta de sinceridad, Job No es parcial, Job Herodes como dios, Hechos Compromiso mancillado, Deuteronomio Bajo la oscuridad, Job Infidelidad de una esposa, Ezequiel Envejecida en el adulterio, Ezequiel Dios como adversario, Job En paz con los adversarios, Proverbios De acuerdo con adversario, Mateo 5.

Turba incitada, Hechos Enemigos del evangelio, 1 Corintios No desobedecer mandamientos, Deuteronomio 4. Advertencia para amigos, 1 Samuel Falsa advertencia, Proverbios Deber del vigilante, Ezequiel Advertencia con trompetas, Ezequiel Prosperidad ligada a la conducta, Daniel 4. Trompeta en la boca, Oseas 8. Advertencia contra falsos profetas, Mateo Vigilancia continua, Mateo No hay necesidad de alarmarse, Marcos Mujer de Lot, Lucas Advertencia anticipada, Juan Advertencia contra falsa doctrina, 1 Timoteo 4.

Advertencia para divisionistas, Tito 3. Advertencia celestial, Hebreos Hombres encubiertos, Judas Toques de trompeta, Apocalipsis 8. Final del tiempo, Apocalipsis Insinceridad, Marcos El amor de Dios por David, Hechos Falsedad expuesta, 1 Corintios 4. Humildad falsa, Colosenses 2. La marca del falso maestro, 2 Pedro 2. Santidad falsa, 1 Juan 1. Mitad de barba, 2 Samuel Navaja de barbero, Ezequiel 5. Soldados como mujeres, Nahum 3. David y Jonatan, 1 Samuel Dos en acuerdo, Amos 3.

Mandamiento a amar, Juan Servir en unidad, Hechos 1. Afinidad perfecta, 1 Corintios 1. Compartir sufrimiento, consuelo, 2 Corintios 1. Llevar las cargas de unos y otros, Calatas 6. De un mismo sentir, 1 Pedro 3. Afinidad verdadera, 1 Juan 3. Aceptar el bien y el mal, Job 2. Angustia inevitable, Job 5. Desear no haber nacido, Job Problemas desde nacimiento, Job Cuando pasamos por la prueba, Job Tiempos muy graves, Salmo Vencido por los problemas, Salmo La Biblia y el sufrimiento, Salmo Fuerza limitada, Proverbios Angustia de rey, Daniel 6.

Gracia suficiente, 2 Corintios Angustias de los impenitentes, Apocalipsis Obras revelan a la persona, 1 Samuel Lirio entre espinos, Cantares 2.

Afrentas como heridas, Salmo Utensilios sagrados en templo pagano, Daniel 1. Cordero mutilado, Amos 3. Afrenta a dioses paganos, Salmo Se incita a la muchedumbre a actuar, Mateo Se vanaglorian de su triunfo, Salmo Ve, oye, pero no entiende, Marcos 4.

Las dudas aumentan ante la verdad, Juan 8. Rechazar la luz, Job El rico en el Hades, Lucas Deseo de morir, Apocalipsis 9. Por siempre atormentado, Apocalipsis

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