Ralph Waldo Emerson Quote

My son, a perfect little boy of five years and three months, had ended his earthly life. You can never sympathize with me; you can never know how much of me such a young child can take away. A few weeks ago I accounted myself a very rich man, and now the poorest of all.


The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, L834-l872 (ed. 1888)

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My son, a perfect little boy of five years and three months, had ended his earthly life. You can never sympathize with me; you can never know how...

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My son, a perfect little boy of five years and three months, had ended his earthly life. You can never sympathize with me; you can never know how...

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My son, a perfect little boy of five years and three months, had ended his earthly life. You can never sympathize with me; you can never know how...

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My son, a perfect little boy of five years and three months, had ended his earthly life. You can never sympathize with me; you can never know how...