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Hence, in speculative Masonry, the trowel has been assigned to the third degree as its proper implement, and the symbolic meaning which accompanies it has a strict and beautiful reference to the purposes for which it was used in the ancient temple; for as it was there employed "to spread the cement which united the building in one common mass," so is it selected as the symbol of brotherly love-that cement whose object is to unite our mystic association in one sacred and harmonious band of brethren.
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Now, St. Paul explains Charity as signifying, not alms-giving, which is the modern popular meaning, but love-that love which "suffereth long and is kind;" and when, in our lectures on this subject, we speak of it as the greatest of virtues, because, when Faith is lost and Hope has ceased, it extends "beyond the grave to realms of endless bliss," we there refer it to the Divine Love of our Creator.
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And then I knew!-I knew that I had found my love!-that it was Rafel Santoris who thus held me in his close embrace,-that I had fulfilled my own desire, which was to prove my faith if not my worthiness-that I had won all I wanted in this world and the next, and that nothing could ever separate our Souls, one from the other again!
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That thing which comes afterwards, to the right-minded and well-intentioned, and which they don't think worth calling love-that sober, faithful, forbearing friendship, that mutual need which endures all the time, and is ever more deeply satisfied and satisfying instead of less-is no bad substitute.
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Protestations of love-that is to say, falsehoods.
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Not that Caroline made any wordy profession of love-that would ill have suited Mrs. Pryor; she would have read therein the proof of insincerity-but she hung on her with easy dependence; she confided in her with fearless reliance.
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You thus read in the newspapers that the persons who murder their sweethearts are generally from two to six and twenty; and persons who murder from other motives than love-that is, from revenge, avarice, or ambition-are generally about twenty-eight,-Iago's age.
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If I could be sure beforehand that these pages would only be read by persons actually occupied in the making of love-that oldest and longest-established of all branches of manufacturing industry-I could go into some very tender and interesting particulars on the subject of my first day's fishing, under the adorable auspices of Alicia.
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But love-that is a very different affair.
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I'm a crazy sort of a beggar, my little love-that same thing in me hungers and thirsts and aches for freedom.
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I see how the struggle it cost him to break with his old love-that endearing Madame de Rouaillout, his Renee-broke his heart; and then his loss of Cecilia Halkett.
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They who see us now marvel whether we hate or love,-no, not love-that question were an insult to Lord Bonville's wife!-Ofttimes we seem pitiless to each other,-why?
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For if one should be the _Alcestis_; if Kinraid should send word to Sylvia; if he should say he was living, and loving, and faithful; if it should come to pass that the fact of the undelivered message sent by her lover through Philip should reach Sylvia's ears: what would be the position of the latter, not merely in her love-that, of course, would be hopeless-but in her esteem?
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He was not in love-that would be absurd on such short acquaintance-but a thought dropped into the mind ripens without consciousness, and he found that he had anticipated seeing Irene again with decided interest.
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Examples of Love-that

Example #1
Here, then, we perceive the first, or, as I have already called it, the elementary form of our symbolism-the adaptation of the terms, and implements, and processes of an operative art to a speculative science.
Example #2
They required that the craftsmen should prove the correctness of their work by the square, level, and plumb, and test, by these unerring instruments, the accuracy of their joints; and, when satisfied of the just arrangement of every part, the cement, which was to give an unchangeable union to the whole, was then applied by themselves.
Example #3
But Portal, in his Essay on Symbolic Colors, informs us that the sun represents Divine Love, and gold indicates the goodness of God.
Example #4
In the ladder of metals we find gold, and in that of colors yellow, occupying the same elevated position.
Example #5
This is the deep eternal ecstasy of a knowledge divinely shared by the very angels of God, and of such supernal happiness nothing can be said or written!
Example #6
The light around me now changed to waves of intense luminance which swept upon me like waves of the sea-and I allowed myself to be borne along with them, I knew not whither.