„We should infer in the case of a beautiful dwelling-place that it was built for its owners and not for mice; we ought, therefore, in the same way to regard the universe as the dwelling-place of the gods.“

—  Crisipo de Solis, As quoted in De Natura Deorum by Cicero, iii. 10.
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As the darkest heathens might
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The snow is forcing its way in.
Hush, snow, come in with us to dwell:
We were thrown out by Heaven as well.“

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