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Democracy arose from men's thinking that if they are equal in any respect, they are equal absolutely. — Aristotle

It was when reporters became journalists and when objectivity gave way to searching for truth, that an aura of distrust and fear arose around the New Journalist. — Georgie Anne Geyer

Science arose from poetry... when times change the two can meet again on a higher level as friends. — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

There is such a thing as old emotional pain living inside you. It is an accumulation of painful life experience that was not fully faced and accepted in the moment it arose. It leaves behind an energy form of emotional pain. — Eckhart Tolle

We are the local embodiment of a Cosmos grown to self-awareness. We have begun to contemplate our origins: starstuff pondering the stars; organized assemblages of ten billion billion billion atoms considering the evolution of atoms; tracing the long journey by which, here at least, consciousness arose. Our loyalties are to the species and the planet. We speak for Earth. Our obligation to survive is owed not just to ourselves but also to that Cosmos, ancient and vast, from which we spring. — Carl Sagan

Softly the evening came. The sun from the western horizonLike a magician extended his golden wand o'er the landscape;Twinkling vapors arose; and sky and water and forestSeemed all on fire at the touch, and melted and mingled together. — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Whenever the occasion arose, he rose to the occasion. — Jonathan Brown

The fundamental evil of the world arose from the fact that the good Lord has not created money enough. — Heinrich Heine