Ralph Waldo Emerson Quote

In the moment when you make the least petition to God, though it be but a silent wish that he may approve you, or add one moment to your life,--do you not, in the very act, necessarily exclude all other beings from your thought? In that act, the soul stands alone with God, and Jesus is no more present to your mind than your brother or your child.


Emerson's Complete Works: Miscellanies (ed. 1888)

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In the moment when you make the least petition to God, though it be but a silent wish that he may approve you, or add one moment to your life,--do...

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In the moment when you make the least petition to God, though it be but a silent wish that he may approve you, or add one moment to your life,--do...

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In the moment when you make the least petition to God, though it be but a silent wish that he may approve you, or add one moment to your life,--do...

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In the moment when you make the least petition to God, though it be but a silent wish that he may approve you, or add one moment to your life,--do...