Carl Friedrich Gauss Quote

May the dream which we call life be for you a happy dream, a foretaste of that true life which we shall inherit in our real home, when the awakened spirit shall labour no longer under the grievous bondage of the flesh, the fetters of space, the whips of earthly pain, and the sting of our paltry needs and desires. Let us carry our burdens to the end, stoutly and uncomplainingly, never losing sight of that higher goal. Glad then shall we be to lay down our weary lives, and to see the dropping of the curtain.


As quoted in Kneller, Karl Alois, Kettle, Thomas Michael, 1911."Christianity and the leaders of modern science; a contribution to the history of culture in the nineteenth century", Freiburg im Breisgau, p. 46

Christianity and the leaders of modern science; a contribution to the history of culture in the nineteenth century

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May the dream which we call life be for you a happy dream, a foretaste of that true life which we shall inherit in our real home, when the awakened...

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May the dream which we call life be for you a happy dream, a foretaste of that true life which we shall inherit in our real home, when the awakened...