the practical matters at which I do work, and believe more than ever in patience, labor, and sticking to one's own idea of work.
Study, book-work, and solitary thinking and writing show us only one side of what we study.
Practical life and intercourse with others supply the other side.
If I may sit at work on this day next year, I hope that my peace matter will have assumed a practical and useful form, and that I may have worked out my conception worthily.... I pray that neither Louis Napoleon
nor the Bourbons may return to feed upon France
, but that merciful measures, surely of God's appointing, may heal her deadly wounds and uplift her prostrate heart.
She must learn that the doctrine of self is irreligious.
surely knew this just as little as did Louis Napoleon
I want to keep eyesight enough to read Greek
, and my teeth for clear speaking and good digestion.”
says: ‘Ye that are strong ought to bear the infirmities of the weak,’ but now we that are weak bear the infirmities of the strong.”
“Peace meeting at the Club
Read in Greek
first part of the eighth chapter of Matthew; the account given of the centurion seems very striking in the Greek.
The contrast of his Western mind with the Eastern
subtleties of Jew and Greek
seems to have struck Christ
He supposed Christ
's power over unseen things to be like his own control over things committed to his authority.
began, perhaps, to see ”