Journal 48 Page 1 January 01, 1893
         

[Front Matter: FEW Journal 48, 1/1/1893-12/31/1893]
[Transcribed exactly like it appears in journal-add punctuation after, if necessary, for clarity.]
[Inside cover:]

 

Engelberg, Happy Heights, July 9, 1893.

We swim the earth from pole to pole
And nod and glance and bustle by;
And never once possess our soul
Before we die"" Selah.
______ [short vertical line through horizontal one.]
""On every Height there lies Repose.
Goethe.

 

[item pasted in about Edison's assertion that he is no longer an agnostic, but convinced by his scientific study that there is a supreme intelligence which can eventually be demonstrated by mathematics.]

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""Thou kingly spirit throned among the hills,
Thou 0[....] Ambassador from earth to Great Hierarch!
tell thou the silent Heaven [heaven set off by a line] sky,
And tell the stars and tell yon rising sun
Earth with her thousand voices praises God.""
Coleridge to Mt. Blanc.

 

 

Frances E. Willard,
Reigate, near London,
Jan.1, 1893.

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Only the Golden Rule can bring the Golden Age.

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Tennyson's statement of his Creed:
""There's something that watches over us; and our individuality
endures: that's my faith and that's all my faith.""-
(This was a life-time after he wrote In Memoriam.)

 

Definition of a Gentleman=
A gentle,-manly man.

 

Felicific (word coined by Prof. H. Sidgwick)-promotive of felicity or happiness

Hedonism=pleasure as the supreme good.