1 I shall live here, in my own house.
2 The forest disposes of its own victims.
3 He will be taught reverence for his own spirit.
4 He will be taught to walk straight and on his own feet.
5 It is as if we were speaking alone to no ears but our own.
6 I shall take my food from the earth by the toil of my own hands.
7 They stood before it and they looked and looked upon their own body.
8 For, upon the blue of the sky below us, we saw our own face for the first time.
9 There was a time when each man had a name of his own to distinguish him from all other men.
10 But tonight, for a reason we cannot fathom, we wish it were possible to us to know the likeness of our own person.
11 Then here, on this mountaintop, with the world below me and nothing above me but the sun, I shall live my own truth.
12 Then they raised their head, and they spoke simply and gently, as if they wished us to forget some anxiety of their own.
13 And we thought suddenly that there was a great satisfaction to be found in the food which we need and obtain by our own hand.
14 Men never see their own faces and never ask their brothers about it, for it is evil to have concern for their own faces or bodies.
15 Our arms stretched out of their own will, and our body whirled and whirled, till it raised a wind to rustle through the leaves of the bushes.
16 And if sometimes, in the secret darkness of our heart, we regret that which befell us on our fifteenth birthday, we know that it was through our own guilt.
17 There were great pieces of glass on the walls, but it was not glass, for when we looked upon it we saw our own bodies and all the things behind us, as on the face of a lake.
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