Without the emotions that soar and thrill and enkindle, no man can attain 'a grand moral vision.'
Absence—a momentary separation—was enough to enkindle these flames.
As may be seen, the mine was charged: a spark would be sufficient to enkindle an immense fire.
Nativity alone, however, is not often sufficient to enkindle the fire of patriotism in our hearts.
But, perhaps, in no heart there did it enkindle such a fire as in mine.
Suddenly a bright flash leaped up from the fragments the wicked man sought to enkindle, and revealed his garb and features.
It was a sky the sun did not illuminate or enkindle, as is usual at sunsets.
Can she there breathe in that which will enkindle noble ambition to love and serve in a world which so needs love and service?
Put it upon thy hand, my beloved, and thou shalt see it enkindle.
Hence it is not content to find fruit for the intelligence, but penetrates beyond to the will that it may there enkindle love.