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X, 27, as translated in Theology and Discovery: Essays in honor of Karl Rahner, S.J. (1980) edited by William J. Kelly Variant translations: So late I loved you, O Beauty ever ancient and ever new! So late I loved you! The Ethics of Modernism: Moral Ideas in Yeats, Eliot, Joyce, Woolf, and Beckett‎ (2007), by Lee Oser, p. 29 Too late I loved you, O Beauty ever ancient and ever new! Too late I loved you! And, behold, you were within me, and I out of myself, and there I searched for you. Introduction to a Philosophy of Religion (1970) by Alice Von Hildebrand

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„It is astonishingly beautiful and interesting, how thought is absent when you have an insight. Thought cannot have an insight.“

—  Jiddu Krishnamurti Indian spiritual philosopher 1895 - 1986
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