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The true fruit of travel is perhaps the feeling of being nearly everywhere at home.
All the feeling which my father could not put into words was in his hand—any dog, child or horse would recognize the kindness of it.
I can't get over the exciting beauty of New York — the pencil buildings so high and far that the blueness of the sky floats about them; the feeling that one's taxis, and shopping, all go on in the deep canyon-beds of natural erosions rather than in the excrescences of human builders.
I want to be one of those people who are always to be found at home, nice restful people whom everybody likes because they give a feeling of permanence to this rushing world.
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January 31, 1893
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