Millions of spiritual creatures walk the earth unseen, both when we sleep and when we wake.
The guardian angel of life sometimes flies so high that man cannot see it; but he always is looking down upon ns, and will soon hover nearer to us.—Richler.
They boast ethereal vigor, and are formed from seeds of heavenly birth.—Virgil.
Compare a Solomon, an Aristotle, or an Archimedes, to a child that newly begins to speak, and they do not more transcend such a one than the angelical understanding exceeds theirs, even in its most sublime improvements and acquisitions.—South.
Angels are bright still, though the brightest .—Shakespeare.
The angels may have wider spheres of action, may have nobler forms of duty, but right with them and with us is one and the same thing.—Chapin.
We are never like angels till our passion dies.—Thomas Dftker.
Angels and ministers of grace defend us!— Shakespeare.