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      OF course you know the story of Holger the Dane;we are not going to tell you that,but will ask if you re-member from it thatHolger the Dane won the great land of India,east as far as the world's end,even to the tree which is called the Tree of the Sun,”as Christian Pedersen puts itDo you know Christian Pedersen?it doesn't matter if you don'tHolger the Dane gave Prester John power and authority over the land of IndiaDo you know Prester John?it doesn't matter either if you don't know him,for he doesn't come into this story at allYou are to hear about the Tree of the Sunin India,east as far as the world's end”,and it was then understood by men who had not learned geography as we havebut that also does not matter at the present time

      The Tree of the Sun was a noble tree,such as we have never seen and such as you will never see eitherThe crown stretched out several miles around;it was real-ly an entire wood;each of its smallest branches formed,in its turn,a whole treePalms,beech trees,pines,plane trees,and various other kinds grew here,which are found scattered in all other parts of the worldthey shot out like small branches from the great boughs,and these large houghs with their windings and knots formed,as it were,valleys and hills,clothed with velvety green and covered with flowersEvery branch was like a wide,blooming meadow,or like the most charming gardenThe sun shone down on it with delightful rays,for it was the tree of the sun,and the birds from all quarters of the world assembled togetherbirds from the primaeval forests of America,the rose gardens of Damascus,from the deserts of Africa,in which the elephant and the lion boast of being the only rulersThe Polar birds came flying hither,and of course the stork and the swallow were not absent;but the birds were not the only living beingsthe stag,the squirrel,the antelope,and a hundred other beautiful and lightfooted animals were at home

      The crown of the tree was a widespread fragrant gar-den,and in the midst of it,where the great boughs raised themselves like green hillocks,there stood a castle of crystal,with a view of all the lands of the worldEach tower was reared in the form of a lilyThrough the stem one could asced,for within it was a winding stair;one could step out upon the leaves as upon balconies;and up in the calyx of the flower itself was the most beautiful,sparkling round hall,above which no other roof rose but the blue firmament with sun and stars

      Just as much splendour,though in another way,appeared below,in the wide halls of the castleHere,on the walls,the whole world around was reflectedOne saw everything that was done,so that there was no necessity for reading any papers,and indeed there were no papers thereEverything was to he seen in living pictures,if one only wished to see it;for too much is still too much even for the wisest man;and this man dwelt hereHis name is very difficultyou will not be able to pronounce it,and therefore it may remain unmentionedHe knew everything that a man on earth can know or can get to know;every invention which had already been or which was yet to be made was known to him;but nothing more,for everything in the world has its limitsThe wise King Solomon was only half as wise as he,and yet he was very wise,and governed the powers of nature,and held sway over potent spiritsyea,Death itself was obliged to give him every morning a list of those who were to die during the dayBut King Solomon himself was obliged to die too;and this thought it was which often in the deepest manner employed the inquirer,the mighty lord in the castle on the Tree of the SunHe also,however high he might tower above men in wisdom,must die one dayHe knew that he and his children also must fade away like the leaves of the forest,and become dustHe saw the human race fade away like the leaves on the tree;saw new men come to fill their places;but the leaves that fell off never sprouted forth againthey fell to dust or were transformed into other parts of plants

      What happens to man,”the wise man asked himself,“when the angel of death touches him?What may death be?The body is dissolvedAnd the soul?Yes,what is the soul?whither doth it go?To eternal life,says the comforting voice of religion;but what is the transition?where does one live and how?Above,in heaven,says the pious man,thither we goThither?”repeated the wise man,and fixed his eyes upon the sun and the stars;“up yonder?”

      But he saw,from the earthly ball,that up and down were one and the same,according as one stood here or there on the rolling globe;and even if he mounted as high as the loftiest mountains of earth rear their heads,to the air which we below call clear and transparentthe pure heavena black darkness spread abroad like a cloth,and the sun had a coppery glow and sent forth no rays,and our earth lay wrapped in an orangecoloured mistHow narrow were the limits of the bodily eye,and how little the eye of the soul could see!—how little did even the wisest know of that which is the most important to us all!

      In the most secret chamber of the castle lay the greatest treasure of the earththe Book of TruthLeaf for leaf,the wise man read it throughevery man may read in this book,but only by fragmentsTo many an eye the characters seem to tremble,so that the words cannot be put together;on certain pages the writing often seems so pale,so faded,that only a blank leaf appearsThe wiser a man becomes,the more he can read;and the wisest read mostFor that purpose he knew how to unite the sunlight and the starlight with the light of reason and of hidden powers;and through this stronger light many things came clearly before him from the pageBut in the division of the book whose title isLife after Deathnot even one point was to be distinctly seenThat pained himShould he not he able here upon earth to obtain a light by which everything should become clear to him that stood written in the Book of Truth?

      Like the wise king Solomon,he understood the language of the animals,and could interpret their talk and their songsBut that made him none the wiserHe found out the forces of plants and metalsthe forces to be used for the cure of diseases,for delaying deathbut none that could destroy deathIn all created things that were within his reach he sought the light that should shine upon the certainty of an eternal life;but he found it notThe Book of Truth lay before him with leaves that appeared blankChristianity showed him in the Bible worde of promise of an eternal life;but he wanted to read it in his book,and in that he saw nothing

      He had five childrenfour sons,educated as well as the children of the wisest father could be,and a daughter,fair,mild,and clever,but blind;yet this appeared no loss to herher father and brothers were eyes to her,and the vividness of her feelings saw for her

      Never had the sons gone farther from the castle than the branches of the tree extended,still less the sisterThey were happy children in the land of childhoodin the beautiful fragrant Tree of the SunLike all children,they were very glad when any story was related to them;and the father told them many things that other children would not have understood;but these were just as clever as most grown-up people are among usHe explained to them what they saw in living pictures on the castle wallsthe doings of men and the march of events in all the lands of the earth;and often the sons expressed the wish that they could be present at all the great deeds and take part in them;and their father then told them that out in the world it was difficult and toilsomethat the world was not quite what it appeared to them from their beauteous homeHe spoke to them of the true,the beautiful,and the good,and told them that these three things held the world together,and that under the pressure they had to endure they became hardened into a precious stone,clearer than the water of the diamonda jewel whose splendour had value with God,and whose brightness outshone everything,and which was called theStone of the Wise”.He told them that just as one through created things could attain to the knowledge of God,so through men themselves one could attain to the certainty that such a jewel as theStone of the WiseexistedHe could not tell them any more about it,for he knew no moreThis narration would have exceeded the perception of other children,but these children under-stood it,and at length other children,too,will learn to comprehend its meaning

      They questioned their father concerning the true,the beautiful,and the good;and he explained it to them,told them many things,and told them also that God,when He made man out of the dust of the earth,gave five kisses to His workfiery kisses,heart kisseswhich we now call the five sensesThrough these the true,the beautiful,and the good is seen,perceived,and under-stood;through these it is valued,protected,and furtheredFive senses have been given bodily and mentally,inwardly and outwardly,to body and soul

      The children reflected deeply upon all these things;they meditated upon them by day and nightThen the eldest of the brothers dreamed a splendid dreamStrangely enough,the second brother had the same dream,and the third,and the fourth brother likewise;all of them dreamed exactly the same thingnamely,that each went out into the world and found theStone of the Wise”,which gleamed like a beaming light on his forehead when,in the morning dawn,he rode back on his swift horse over the velvety green meadows of his home into the castle of his father;and the jewel threw such a heavenly light and radiance upon the leaves of the book,that everything was illuminated that stood written concerning the life beyond the graveBut the sister dreamed nothing about going out into the wide worldit never entered her mindHer world was her father's house

      I shall ride forth into the wide world,”said the eldest brother.“I must try what life is like there,and go to and fro among menI will practise only the good and the true;with these I will protect the beautifulMuch shall change for the better when I am there.”

      Now his thoughts were bold and great,as our thoughts generally are at home in the corner of the hearth,before we have gone forth into the world and have encountered wind and rain,and thorns and thistles

      In him and in all his brothers the five senses were highly developed,inwardly and outwardly;but each of them had one sense which in keenness and development surpassed the other fourIn the case of the eldest this was SightThis was to do him especial serviceHe said he had eyes for all time,eyes for all nations,eyes that could look into the depths of the earth,where the treasures lie hid-den,and deep into the hearts of men,as though nothing but a pane of glass were placed before themhe could read more than we can see on the cheek that blushes or grows pale,in the eye that weeps or smilesStags and antelopes escorted him to the boundary of his home towards the west,and there the wild swans received him and flew north-westHe followed themAnd now he had gone far out into the worldfar from the land of his father,that extended east-ward to the end of the earth

      But how he opened his eyes in astonishment!Many things were here to be seen;and many things appear very different,when a man beholds them with his own eyes,from when he merely sees them in a picture,as the son had done in his father's house,however faithful the picture may beAt the outset he nearly lost his eyes in astonishment at all the rubbish and all the masquerading stuff put forward to represent the beautiful;but he did not quite lose them,he had other use for themHe wished to go thoroughly and honestly to work in the understanding of the beautiful,the true,and the goodBut how were these rep-resented in the world?He saw that often the garland that belonged to the beautiful was given to the hideous;that the good was often passed by without notice,while mediocrity was applauded when it should have been hissed offPeople looked to the dress,and not to the wearer;asked for a name,and not for desert;and went more by reputation than by serviceIt was the same thing everywhere

      I see I must attack these things vigorously,”he said,and attacked them with vigour accordingly

      But while he was looking for the truth,came the Evil One,the father of liesGladly would the fiend have plucked out the eyes of this Seer;but that would have been too directthe devil works in a more cunning wayHe let him see and seek the true and the good;but while the young man was contemplating them,the Evil Spirit blew one mote after another into each of his eyes;and such a proceeding would be hurtful even to the best sightThen the fiend blew upon the motes,so that they became beams;and the eyes were destroyed,and the Seer stood like a blind man in the wide world,and had no faith in ithe lost his good opinion of it and himself;and when a man gives up the world and himself,all is over with him

      Over!”said the wild swans,who flew across the sea towards the east.“Over!”twittered the swallows,who likewise flew eastward,towards the Tree of the SunThat was no good news for those at home

      I fancy the Seer must have fared badly,”said the second brother;“but the Hearer may have better for-tune.”For this one possessed the sense of hearing in an eminent degreehe could hear the grass grow,so quick was he to hear

      He took a hearty leave of all at home,and rode away,provided with good abilities and good intentionsThe swallows escorted him,and he followed the swans;and he stood far from his home in the wide world

      But he experienced the fact that one may have too much of a good thingHis hearing was too fineHe not only heard the grass grow,but could hear every man's heart beat,in sorrow and in joyThe whole world was to him like a great clockmaker's workshop,wherein all the clocks were goingtick,tick!”and all the turret clocks strikingding dong.”It was unbearableFor a long time his ears held out,but at last all the noise and screaming became too much for one manThere came blackguard boys of sixty years oldfor it is not age that does it;they roared and shouted in a way that one could laugh at;but then came gossip,which whispered through all houses,lanes,and streets,right out to the high-wayFalsehood thrust itself forward and played the master;the bells on the fool's cap jangled and declared they were church bells;and the noise became too bad for the Hearer,and he thrust his fingers into both ears;but still he could hear false singing and bad sounds,gossip and idle words,scandal and slander,groaning and moaning without and withinHeaven help us!He thrust his fingers deeper and deeper into his ears,but at last the drums burstNow he could hear nothing at all ot the good,the true,and the beautiful,for his hearing was to have been the bridge by which he crossedHe became silent and suspicious,trusted no one at last,not even himself,and that is very unfortunate,and,no longer hoping to find and bring home the costly jewel,he gave it up,and gave himself up;and that was the worst of allThe birds who winged their flight towards the east brought tidings of this,till the news reached the castle in the Tree of the Sun

      I will try now!”said the third brother.“I have a sharp nose!”

      Now that was not said in very good taste;but it was his way,and one must take him as he wasHe had a happy temper,and was a poet,a real poethe could sing many things that he could not say,and many things struck him far earlier than they occurred to others.“I can smell fire!”he said;and he attributed to the sense of smelling,which he possessed in a very high degree,a great power in the region of the beautiful

      Every fragrant spot in the realm of the beautiful has its frequenters,he said.“One man feels at home in the atmosphere of the tavern,among the flaring tallow candles,where the smell of spirits mingles with the fumes of bad to-baccoAnother prefers sitting among the overpowering scent of jessamine,or scenting himself with strong clove oilThis man seeks out the fresh sea breeze,while that one climbs to the highest mountain-top and looks down upon the busy little life beneath.”

      Thus he spakeIt seemed to him as if he had already been out in the world,as if he had already associated with men and known themBut this experience arose from within himselfit was the poet within him,the gift of Heaven,and bestowed on him in his cradle

      He bade farewell to his paternal roof in the Tree of the Sun,and departed on foot through the pleasant scenery of homeArrived at its confines,he mounted on the back of an ostrich,which runs faster than a horse;and afterwards,when he fell in with the wild swans,he swung himself on the strongest of them,for he loved change;and away he flew over the sea to distant lands with great forests,deep lakes,mighty mountains,and proud cities;and wherever he came it seemed as if sunshine travelled with him across the fields,for every flower,every bush,every tree exhaled a new fragrance,in the consciousness that a friend and protector was in the neighbourhood,who understood them and knew their valueThe crippled rose bush reared up its twigs,unfolded its leaves,and bore the most beautiful roses;every one could see it,and even the black damp Wood Snail noticed its beauty

      I will give my seal to the flower,”said the Snail;“I have spit on it,and I can do no more for it.”

      Thus it always fares with the beautiful in this world!”said the poet

      And he sang a song concerning it,sang it in his own way;but nobody listenedThen he gave the drummer two pence and a peacock's feather,and set the song for the drum,and had it drummed in all the streets of the town;and the people heard it,and said that they understood it,it was so deepThen the poet sang several songs of the beautiful,the true,and the goodHis songs were listened to in the tavern,where the tallow candles smoked,in the fresh meadow,in the forest,and on the high seasIt appeared as if this brother was to have better fortune than the two othersBut the Evil Spirit was angry at this,and accordingly he set to work with incense powder and incense smoke,which he can prepare so artfully as to confuse an angel,and how much more therefore a poor poet!The Evil One knows how to take that kind of people!He surrounded the poet so completely with incense,that the man lost his head,and forgot his mission and his home,and at last himselfand ended in smoke

      But when the little birds heard of this they mourned,and for three days they sang not one songThe black Wood Snail became blacker still,not for grief,but for envy

      They should have strewed incense for me,”she said,“for it was I who gave him his idea of the most famous of his songs,the drum song ofThe Way of the World’;it was I who spat upon the rose!I can bring witness to the fact.”

      But no tidings of all this penetrated to the poet's home in India,for all the birds were silent for three days;and when the time of mourning was over,their grief had been so deep that they had forgotten for whom they weptThat's the usual way!

      Now I shall have to go out into the world,to disappear like the rest,”said the fourth brother

      He had just as good a humour as the third,but he was no poet,and so he had good reason to have good humourThose two had filled the castle with cheerfulness,and now the last cheerfulness was going awaySight and hearing have always been looked upon as the two chief senses of men,and as the two that it is most desirable to sharpen;the other senses are looked upon as of less consequenceBut that was not the opinion of this son,as he had especially cultivated his taste in every respect,and taste is very powerfulIt holds sway over what goes into the mouth,and also over what penetrates into the mind;and consequently this brother tasted everything that was stored up in bottles and pots,saying that this was the rough work of his officeEvery man was to him a vessel in which something was seething,every country

      an enormous kitchen,a kitchen of the mind

      That was the fine work,”he said;and he wanted to go out and try what was delicate.“Perhaps fortune may be more favourable to me than it was to my brothers,”he said.“I shall start on my travelsBut what conveyance shall I choose?Are air balloons invented yet?”he asked his father,who knew of all inventions that had been made or that were to be madeBut air balloons had not yet been invented,nor steam-ships,nor railways.“Goodthen I shall choose an air balloon,”he said;“my father knows how they are made and guidedNobody has invented them yet,and consequently the people will believe that it is an aerial phantomWhen I have used the balloon I will burn it,and for this purpose you must give me a few pieces of the invention that will be made nextI mean chemical matches.”

      And he obtained what he wanted,and flew awayThe birds accompanied him farther than they had flown with the other brothersThey were curious to know what would be the result of the flight,and more of them came sweeping upthey thought he was some new bird;and he soon had a goodly followingThe air became black with birds,they came on like a cloudlike the cloud of locusts over the land of Egypt

      Now he was out in the wide world

      I have had a good friend and helper in the East Wind,”he said

      The East and the West Wind,you mean,”said the winds.“We have been both at work,otherwise you would not have come north-west.”

      But he did not hear what the winds said,and it does not matter eitherThe birds had also ceased to accompany himWhen they were most numerous,a few of them be-came tired of the journeyToo much was made of this kind of thing,they saidHe had got fancies into his head.“There is nothing at all to fly after,there is nothin;it's quite stupid;”and so they stayed behind,the whole flock of them

      The air balloon descended over one of the greatest cities,and the aeronaut took up his station on the highest point,on the church steepleThe balloon rose again,which it ought not to have donewhere it went to is not known,but that was not a matter of consequence,for it was not yet inventedThen he sat on the church steepleThe birds no longer hovered around him,they had got tired of him,and he was tired of them

      All the chimneys in the town were smoking merrily

      Those are altars erected to they honour!”said the Wind,who wished to say something agreeable to him

      He sat boldly up there,and looked down upon the people in the streetThere was one stepping along,proud of his purse,another of the key he carried at his girdle,though he had nothing to unlock;one proud of his moth-eaten coat,another of his wasted body

      Vanity!I must hasten downward,dip my finger in the pot,and taste!”he said.“But for a while I will still sit here,for the wind blows so pleasantly against my backI'll sit here as long as the wind blowsI'll enjoy a slight rest.‘It is good to sleep long in the morning,when one has much to do says the lazy man,but laziness is the root of all evil,and there is no evil in our familyI'll stop here as long as this wind blows,for it pleases me

      And there he sat,but he was sitting upon the weathercock of the steeple,which kept turning round and round with him,so that he thought that the same wind still blew;so he might stay up there a goodly while

      But in India,in the castle in the Tree of the Sun,it was solitary and still,since the brothers had gone away one after the other

      It goes not well with them,”said the father;“they will never bring the gleaming jewel home;it is not made for methey are gone,they are dead!”

      And he bent down over the Book of Truth,and gazed at the page on which he should read of life after death;but for him nothing was to be seen or learned upon it

      The blind daughter was his consolation and joy;she attached herself with sincere affection to him,and for the sake of his peace and joy she wished the costly jewel might be found and brought home With sorrow and longing she thought of her brothersWhere were they?Where did they live?She wished sincerely that she might dream of them,but it was strange,not even in dreams could she approach themBut at length,one night she dreamed that the voices of her brothers sounded across to her,calling to her from the wide world,and she could not refrain,but went far far out,and yet it seemed in her dream that she was still in her father's houseShe did not meet her brothers,but she felt,as it were,a fire burning in her hand,but it did nothurt her,for it was the jewel she was bringing to her fatherWhen she awoke,she thought for a moment that she still held the stone,but it was the knob of her distaff that she was graspingDuring the long nights she had spun incessantly,and round the distaff was turned a thread,finer than the finest web of the spider;human eyes were unable to distinguish the separate threadsShe had wetted them with her tears,and the twist was strong as a cableShe rose,and her resolution was takenthe dream must be made a reality

      It was night,and her father sleptShe pressed a kiss upon his hand,and then took her distaff,and fastened the end of the thread to her father's houseBut for this,blind as she was,she would never have found her way home;to the thread she must hold fast,and trust not to herself or to othersFrom the Tree of the Sun she broke four leaves;these she would confide to wind and weather,that they might fly to her brothers as a letter and a greeting,in case she did not meet them in the wide worldHow would she fare out there,she,the poor blind child?But she had the invisible thread to which she could hold fastShe possessed a gift which all the others lackedThis was thoroughness;and in virtue of this it seemed as if she had eyes at the tips of her fingers and cars down in her very heart

      And quietly she went forth into the noisy,whirling,wonderful world,and wherever she went the sky grew brightshe felt the warm raythe rainbow spread itself out from the dark cloud through the blue airShe heard the song of the birds,and smelt the scent of orange groves and apple orchards so strongly that she seemed to taste itSoft tones and charming songs reached her ear,but also howling and roaring,and thoughts and opinions sounded in strange contradiction to each otherInto the innermost depths of her heart penetrated the echoes of human thoughts and feelingsOne chorus sounded darkly

      The life of earth is a shadow vain,

      A night created for sorrow!

      but then came another strain

      The life of earth is the scent of the rose,

      With its sunshine and its pleasure

      And if one strophe sounded painfully

      Each mortal thinks of himself alone,

      This truth has been shown,how often!

      on the other side the answer pealed forth

      A mighty stream of warmest love

      All through the world shall bear us

      She beard,indeed,the words

      In the little petty whirl here below,

      Each thing shows mean and paltry;

      but then came also the comfort

      Many things great and good are achieved,

      That the ear of man heareth never

      And if sometimes the mocking strain sounded around her

      Join in the common cry;with a jest

      Destroy the good gifts of the Giver,

      in the blind girl's heart a stronger voice repeated

      To trust in thyself and in God is best;

      His will be done for ever

      And whenever she entered the circle of human kind,and appeared among young or old,the knowledge of the true,the good,and the beautiful beamed into their heartsWhether she entered the study of the artist,or the festive decorated hall,or the crowded factory,with its whirring wheels,it seemed as though a sunbeam were stealing inas if the sweet string sounded,the flower exhaled its perfume,and a living dewdrop fell upon the exhausted leaf

      But the Evil Spirit could not see this and be contentHe has more cunning than ten thousand men,and he found out a way to compass his endHe betook himself to the marsh,collected little bubbles of the stagnant water,and passed over them a sevenfold echo of lying words to give them strengthThen he pounded up paidfor eulogies and lying epitaphs,as many as he could get,boiled them in tears that envy had shed,put upon them rouge he had scraped from faded cheeks,and of these he composed a maiden,with the aspect and gait of the blessed blind girl,the angel of thoroughness;and then the Evil One's plot was in full progressThe world knew not which of the two was the true one;and,indeed,how should the world know?

      To trust in thyself and in God is best;

      His good will be done for ever,”

      sang the blind girl,in full faithShe entrusted the four green leaves from the Tree of the Sun to the winds,as a letter and a greeting to her brothers,and had full confidence that they would reach their destination,and that the jewel would be found which outshines all the glories of the worldFrom the forehead of humanity it would gleam even to the castle of her father

      Even to my father's house,”she repeated

      Yes,the place of the jewel is on earth,and I shall bring more than the promise of it with meI feel its glow,it swells more and more in my closed handEvery grain of truth,were it never so fine,which the sharp wind carried up and whirled towards me,I took up and treasured;I let it be penetrated by the fragrance of the beautiful,of which there is so much in the world,even for the blindI took the sound of the beating heart engaged in what is good,and added it to the firstAll that I bring is but dust,but still it is the dust of the jewel we seek,and in plentyI have my whole hand full of it.”

      And she stretched forth her hand towards her fatherShe was soon at homeshe had travelled thither in the flight of thoughts,never having quitted her hold of the in-visible thread from the paternal home

      The evil powers rushed with hurricane fury over the Tree of the Sun,pressed with a wind-blast against the open doors,and into the sanctuary

      It will be blown away by the wind!”said the father,and he seized the hand she had opened

      No,”she replied,with quiet confidence,“it cannot be blown away;I feel the beam warming my very soul.”

      And the father became aware of a glancing flame,there where the shining dust poured out of her hand over the Book of Truth,that was to tell of the certainty of an everlasting life;and on it stood one shining wordone only word—“Faith.”

      And with the father and daughter were again the four brothersWhen the green leaf fell upon the bosom of each,a longing for home had seized them and led them backThey had arrivedThe birds of passage,and the stag,the antelope,and all the creatures of the forest followed them,for all wished to have a part in their joy

      We have often seen,where a sunbeam bursts through a crack in the door into the dusty room,how a whirling column of dust seems circling round;but this was not poor and insignificant like common dust,for even the rainbow is dead in colour compared with the beauty which showed it selfThus,from the leaf of the book with the beaming word Faith,”arose every grain of truth,decked with the charms of the beautiful and the good,burning brighter than the mighty pillar of flame that led Moses and the children of Israel through the desert to Canaan;and from the wordFaithwent the bridge of Hope the Infinite



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