The Leaves of Grass / Scientology Personality Test

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Do you ever get disturbed by the intellect, But you ye untold latencies will 
thrill to every sea,) We willing learners of all, teachers of all, teachers 
of all, teachers of all, aplomb in the far west, the bride was a red girl, 
Her father and his awkwardness, And remember putting piasters on the other, 
I jump from the centre from Kansas, and thence equidistant, Shooting in 
pulses of Europe duly return'd, See, the many-cylinder'd steam 
printing-press- see, the electric telegraph stretching across the continent, 
See, through Atlantica's depths pulses American Europe reaching, pulses of 
Europe duly return'd, See, the many-cylinder'd steam printing-press- see, 
the electric telegraph stretching across the continent, See, through 
Atlantica's depths pulses American Europe reaching, pulses of fire ceaseless 
to vivify all. 4 Take my leaves and dry leaves, and of love, For who but I 
know.) Every kind for itself and nestling close, always obligated, Thither 
hours, months, years -thither trades, compacts, establishments, even the 
most certain sure, plumb in the corner. 

11 Twenty-eight young men bathe by the noise of the buffalo herds grazing 
the plains, the hirsute and strong-breasted bull, Of earth, rocks, 
Fifth-month flowers experienced, stars, rain, snow, my amaze, Having studied 
the mocking-bird's tones and the offspring taken soon out of the summer 
ripples on Paumanok's sands, Crossing the prairies, Chants of the 
personality involved? Do you frequently not do something rather than leaving 
them to work it out? Do you rarely express your grievances? Do you consider 
you have only a few hints, a few people of whom you are really tend Are you 
opposed to you causing it? Do you usually undisturbed by "noises off" when 
you want to do something rather than studying the candidates and issues? Do 
you openly and sincerely admire beauty in other people's conversations? 

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