Attendance at the American Academy of Science at Northampton
The editorship of the new weekly.
My study of Fichte
and the appearance of my essay on the ‘Ideal State’ in the ‘Christian Examiner.’
My reading at Lexington
for the Monument Association.
My being appointed a delegate from the Indiana Place Church
to the Boston Conference
and other Christian Churches.
My readings at Northampton
, and elsewhere are all set down in their place.
The bitter opposition of my family renders this service a very difficult and painful one for me. I do not, therefore, seek occasions of performing it, not being quite clear as to the extent to which they ought to limit my efficiency; but when the word and the time come together I always try to give the one to the other and always shall.
God instruct whichever of us is in the wrong about this.
And may God keep mean and personal passions far removed from me in the coming years.
The teaching of life has of late done much to wean me from them, but the true human requires culture and the false human suppression every day of our lives and as long as we live.”