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Worlds and I (Signal Lives)

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  • Seller:Wisepenny Books
  • Sales Rank:6,213,590
  • Languages:English (Unknown), English (Original Language), English (Published)
  • Media:Hardcover
  • Pages:420
  • Publication Date:June 1980
  • ISBN:0405128673
  • EAN:9780405128677
  • ASIN:0405128673
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XXIV The Keeping Of The Promise fT is never quite safe to make positive assertions regarding *' our capacity for suffering. I once knew a woman to say he could bear every kind of sorrow but one kind. That, he said, she could never endure. Yet that was given her, and he had to endure it . When I went away to California, I had said, "Life has no icw pain to offer me; I have received its supreme blow." Yet, luring the next sixteen months I found that life held other ilows for me, and that I could still smart with pain. In that and of bloom and beauty, I found souls welling with God's iwn sympathy and love, and by many old friends, and many tew ones, was consoling kindness poured upon open wounds, nd never to be broken ties were formed that will unite us even *yond this earth. Yet, from some sources where the greatest inderstanding, sympathy and affection were expected only old neglect and indifference came. And from some of those o whom, in my anxiety to be of service, I had given my heart o put under their feet, came unbelievable cruelty and unkindicss. I found that I could still suffer, and wondered why these eemingly needless hurts were given to one already bleeding at very pore. But now I have come to understand God's purose. Holding in store for me the greatest gift the Lords of Carma have to bestow to those on earth, God wanted me to ast away, one by one, every prop on which I leaned, and to ireak every tie which bound me to material things, or held ie closely to earthly affections. To no one and nowhere lust I look for comfort and help, save to God Himself, and he realms where dwell the souls released from earth. In a previous chapter, I have said that the last book Robert and I read together was "Patience Worth," that most...

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