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"He cried again and again that every thing that lives is holy, and that nothing is unholy except things that do not live-lethargies, and cruelties, and timidities, and that denial of imagination which is the root they grew from in old times." - The Hermetic Library Blog
William Blake and the Imagination in Ideas of Good and Evil by William Butler Yeats. “He cried again and again that every thing that lives is holy, and that nothing is unholy except things that do not live—lethargies, and cruelties, and timidities, and that denial of imagination which is the root they grew from in …