Sunday, April 28, 2019

What a small slender thread life is

If we would only drop all the needless things and simply do the things that absolutely touch and require our attention from morning till night, we would find what a small slender thread life was; but we string upon it a thousand imaginary beads that never come, and burden ourselves with cares and flurries that if we had trusted more, would never have needed to preoccupy our attention.

Wise indeed was the testimony of the dear old saint who said, in review of her past life, “I have had a great many troubles in my life, especially those that never came.”
Simpson, A. B. (Albert B.). Days of Heaven Upon Earth (p. 81—March 21). Kindle Edition.

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