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Edward Judson, D.D., in an article on "Christian Tranquillity" published in the Examiner, says: "Cowards are made in infancy. The reading of newspapers in not reassuring. The imagination is infested with fears of lightning, accidents, fire, burglars, surgical operations. Faust's complaint is true to human life:—

'Care at the bottom of the heart is lurking:Her secret pangs in silence working,She, restless, rocks herself, disturbing joy and rest;In newer masks her face is drest,By turns as house and land, as wife and child, presented—As water, fire, as poison, steel,And what we never lose is yet by us lamented."

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