"The ever-flowing tides of truth"

"The real man made in God's likeness, cannot suffer from inertia"

In the days of the great sailing ships, the old-time mariners tried to avoid, whenever possible, a passage through the doldrums— those equatorial regions of calms and of light, baffling winds where a vessel could frequently be becalmed for days, or even weeks, on end and consequently where all progress would be halted until sufficient wind arose again for onward passage.

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