Quote by William Wordsworth
Give all thou canst; high Heaven rejects the lore of nicely-calculated less or more.
This quote implies that when it comes to giving and doing good deeds, Heaven appreciates and accepts our fullest efforts. Whether we give a little or a lot, as long as we give everything we can, without any calculations or expectations, our actions will be acknowledged and accepted by a higher power. It emphasizes the importance of sincere and wholehearted generosity, rather than focusing on the quantity or calculations of our deeds.
Through an experience that simultaneously involved my sensibility and intelligence, I realized early on that the imaginative life, however morbid it might seem, is the one that suits temperaments like mine. The fictions of my imagination (as it later developed) may weary me, but they don't hurt or humiliate. Impossible lovers can't cheat on us, or smile at us falsely, or be calculating in their caresses. They never forsake us, and they don't die or disappear. --The book of Disquiet