FROM OUR EXCHANGES

[The Outlook.]

Immortality is not a future state; it is a present condition. It is not a gift to be conferred hereafter; it is power inherent in the human soul. It is not a fact to be proved by logical demonstration any more than the reality of the life of which we are now conscious; it is not a truth to be revealed in some remote heaven; it is a fact to be accepted as life is accepted, and to be lived as life is lived, in thought, emotion, and action. If we would know immortality, we must write it on our hearts that we are now immortal; if we would get the peace and joy of it, we must rest securely in it; if we would have it become steadily more real, commanding, and inspiring, we must live as immortals.

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