Friday, October 2, 2015
From Short Studies on Great Subjects, Volume IV, by James Anthony Froude
"When we look back over distant periods the landscape is foreshortened, and we discern but the elevated features of it. The long level intervals, where common life was the most busy, are lost to us."
From Origen and Celsus
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