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"In truth we gaze but do not see, and hearken but do not hear; we eat and drink but do not taste. And there lies the difference between Jesus of Nazareth and ourselves. His senses were all continually made new, and the world to Him was always a new world." - Khalil Gibran



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In truth we gaze but do not see, and hearken but do not hear; we eat and drink but do not taste. And there lies the difference between Jesus of Nazareth and ourselves. 
 His senses were all continually made new, and the world to Him was always a new world. - Khalil Gibran #1 In truth we gaze but do not see, and hearken but do not hear; we eat and drink but do not taste. And there lies the difference between Jesus of Nazareth and ourselves. 
 His senses were all continually made new, and the world to Him was always a new world. - Khalil Gibran #2 In truth we gaze but do not see, and hearken but do not hear; we eat and drink but do not taste. And there lies the difference between Jesus of Nazareth and ourselves. 
 His senses were all continually made new, and the world to Him was always a new world. - Khalil Gibran #3 In truth we gaze but do not see, and hearken but do not hear; we eat and drink but do not taste. And there lies the difference between Jesus of Nazareth and ourselves. 
 His senses were all continually made new, and the world to Him was always a new world. - Khalil Gibran #4 In truth we gaze but do not see, and hearken but do not hear; we eat and drink but do not taste. And there lies the difference between Jesus of Nazareth and ourselves. 
 His senses were all continually made new, and the world to Him was always a new world. - Khalil Gibran #5