James Freeman Clarke Quote

Amid all change, we desire something permanent; amid all variety, something stable; amid all progress, some central unity of life; something which deepens as we ascend; which roots itself as we advance; which grows more and more tenacious of the old, while becoming more and more open to the new.


The Hour which Cometh, and Now is: Sermons Preached in Indiana-Place Chapel, Boston (ed. 1864)

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