Then was there again spoken unto me without voice: "What matter about thyself, Zarathustra
Then was there again spoken unto me without voice: "O Zarathustra, he who hath to remove mountains removeth also valleys and plains.
And I answered: "As yet hath my word not removed mountains, and what I have spoken hath not reached man.
Then was there again spoken unto me as a whispering: "It is the stillest words which bring the storm.
Then was there again spoken unto me without voice: "Thou must yet become a child, and be without shame.
And there was spoken unto me for the last time: "O Zarathustra, thy fruits are ripe, but thou art not ripe for thy fruits!
When, however, Zarathustra had spoken these words, the violence of his pain, and a sense of the nearness of his departure from his friends came over him, so that he wept aloud; and no one knew how to console him.
Tenderly as they had been spoken, those words fell reproachfully on Miss Garth's ear.
She had let Norah go and speak those words of tender remonstrance, which she should first have spoken herself.
There was no need for me to speak to her; our father had spoken to her from his grave.
It is very hard for me to hear her spoken of in that tone of yours, Charles Darnay.
He was at a loss how to answer, until he remembered having spoken of a condition.
Although there are many different languages spoken
in London, there is only one recognised national language and that is English, so it would be expected that the language of play groups would also speak English and this is the problem.