What is the central idea of the poem Nobleness Enkindleth Nobleness?
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The basic premise of the poem is that all we have in life comes from God, who serves as its source and provider. Therefore, we must equally share everything since God is the owner of it, and doing so is a way to respect both Him and our companions. The poet makes the point that while one lamp always helps light another, this does not have an impact on the lamp that initially lit the other lamps. The same principle applies to kindness.
Nobleness Enkindleth Nobleness Summary