Wednesday, February 10, 2016
From Selections from The Rambler, by Samuel Johnson
"However age may discourage us by its appearance from considering it in prospect, we shall all by degrees certainly be old; and therefore we ought to inquire what provision can be made against that time of distress? what happiness can be stored up against the winter of life? and how we may pass our latter years with serenity and cheerfulness?"
From Rambler #69