Capricious Nature

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Nature does not capriciously scatter her secrets as golden gifts to lazy pets and luxurious darlings, but imposes tasks when she presents opportunities, and uplifts him whom she would inform. The apple that she drops at the feet of Newton is but a coy invitation to follow her to the stars. — Edwin P. Whipple
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  1. “The apple that she drops at the feet of Newton is but a coy invitation to follow her to the stars.” A thought to remember.

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