Hymn of Messages
Courage, Knowledge, Sin, Individuality
"We placed our glass box upon the table before them...We swung our fist through the windowpane, and we leapt out in a ringing rain of glass," (Rand 70/75).
"We see the dust of centuries, the dust which hid great secrets and perhaps great evils. And it stirs no fear within our heart, but only silent reverence and pity. May knowledge come to us!" (Rand 93)
"It is a sin to think words no others think to put them down upon paper no others are to see. It is base and evil," (Rand 17).
"I am. I think. I will. My hands . . . My spirit . . . My sky. . . My forest . . . This earth of mine . . . ." (Rand 94)
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