Remembering Only Good

Remembering good requires more than a retentive mind. It takes the understanding that God, good, is All, not only now but always.

The English essayist William Hazlitt writes of seeing a sundial near Venice with the motto, "Horas non numero nisi serenas" On Living to Oneself; (I count only the sunny hours). What a boon if each person gave credence only to the good in human experience! How much better for all if only useful and worthwhile experiences were given predominance in thought.

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