One must be born to any superior world — to make it plainer, one must be bred for it. One has a right to philosophy (taking the word in its greatest sense) only by virtue of one's breeding; one's ancestors, one's "blood," decides this, too. Many generations must have worked on the origin of a philosopher; each one of his virtues must have been separately earned, cared for, passed on, and embodied.
Yet did that Antiochus, who was also called Dionysius, become an origin of troubles again.
I'm an actor, full stop. Not an Arab actor. Not an actor of Algerian origin. Just an actor.
The metaphor is~ an origin, the origin of an image which acts directly, immediately.
The new Beetle cannot deny its origin and the magic of its shape, ... We believe the new Beetle is not just another car.
A man is the origin of his action.