James Freeman Clarke Quote

If we desire to do what will please God, and what will help men, we presently find ourselves taken out of our narrow habits of thought and action; we f1nd new elements of our nature called into activity; we are no longer running along a narrow track of selfish habit.


P. 536. - Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895)

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