„Love works magic.
It is the final purpose
Of the world story,
The Amen of the universe.“

—  Novalis, Blüthenstaub (1798), Unsequenced, Die Liebe wirkt magisch. Sie ist der Endzweck der Weltgeschichte, das Amen des Universums. Variant translations: Love is the final end of the world's history, the Amen of the universe. As translated by W. Hastie in Thoughts on Religion, Pt. 1, "Hymns and Thoughts on Religion" (1888), edited by W. Hastie Love is the final purpose of world history — the Amen of the universe. Love works magically... Love causes magic...
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Die Liebe wirkt magisch. Sie ist der Endzweck der Weltgeschichte, das Amen des Universums.

Blüthenstaub (1798), Unsequenced

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