To lose footing and fly out into eternity – from “The Spinoza of Market Street” by Isaac B. Singer

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“Dr. Fischelson breathed deeply, lifted his head as high as his stiff collar permitted and actually felt he was whirling in company with the earth, the sun, the stars from the Milky Way, and the infinite host of galaxies known only to infinite thought. His legs became light and weightless and he grasped  the window frame with both hands as if afraid he would lose his footing and fly out into eternity.”

From “The Spinoza of Market Street” – Isaac B. Singer

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