The faith that somehow, in ways we cannot see and...

The faith that somehow, in ways we cannot see and understand, this external life is not all of it; that we are not the victims, but in the end the masters, of material forces; that "life is just a stuff to try the soul's strength on;" and that that soul is at home in God's universe not less when beyond than when within our ken, truth still its aim, beauty still its atmosphere, goodness still the law of its being,—this faith, how it is strengthened, how it is broadened, how it is deepened, by the reflection that it is expressive of the natural yearning of every human heart!

January 22, 1910
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