|the Divine Idea of the World, i.e., the ordering principle in the Unknown Deep of Nature itself,|
... invested the Divine Idea of the World with a sensible and practically active Body, so that it might dwell among them as a living and life-giving WORD. ..
A Pillar of Fire was one of the manifestations of the God of the Israelites (for
|21上主在他們前面行，白天在雲柱裡給他們領路，夜間在火柱裡光照他們，為叫他們白天黑夜都能走路：||40:36戶 14:14申 1:33厄下 9:12, 19詠 78:14; 105:39智 10:17-18; 18:3德 24:7依 4:5若 8:12; 10:4格前 10:1|
Fichte calls the Man of Letters, therefore, a Prophet, or as he prefers to phrase it, a Priest, continually unfolding the Godlike to men: Men of Letters are a perpetual Priesthood, from age to age, teaching all men that a God is still present in their life, that all "Appearance," whatsoever we see in the world, is but as a vesture for the "Divine Idea of the World," for "that which lies at the bottom of Appearance." In the true Literary Man there is thus ever, acknowledged or not by the world, a sacredness: he is the light of the world; the world's Priest; — guiding it, like a sacred Pillar of Fire, in its dark pilgrimage through the waste of Time.
"Music is the divine way to tell beautiful, poetic things to the heart." — Pablo Casals
1 神学者；聖職者；((略式))牧師, 司祭.
2 ((the D-))神(God).
3 ((the D-, the 〜))人間の霊的［崇高］な面.
3 …を見抜く, 推測する((that節)).
2 （…を）推測する((for ...)).［ラテン語dīvīnus（dīvus神＋-INE1＝神の性質を持った）. △ZEUS］