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  1. But his wide knowledge of human nature, his keen analysis of character and motive and human weakness, his spiritual discernment in discovering remedies and sources of strength, above all his lofty moral ideal, would have made him a powerful preacher in any age of the world. "Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius" by Samuel Dill
  2. The Mahatma is indeed a " great soul," but it was illiterate millions who had the discernment to bestow the title. "Autobiography of a YOGI" by Paramhansa Yogananda
  3. Stafford judged Jasmine by his own conversations with her, when he was so acutely alive to the fact that she was the most naturally brilliant woman he had ever known or met; and had capacities for culture and attainment, as she had gifts of discernment and skill in thought, in marked contrast to the best of the ladies of their world. "The Judgment House" by Gilbert Parker

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