Sunday, July 10, 2016

  "He saw in the teaching of Christ what appeared to be the purest and simplest attempt ever made to formulate unselfish affection. No teacher of morals had ever reached the point of inculcating upon men the belief that it was the highest joy to spend the energies of life in contributing to the happiness of others. In the teaching of Christ a higher range of emotion had been reached than had ever been approached before. Only of late had he any suspicion of the truth, that gentleness, peacefulness, kindness, sincerity, quiet toil, activity of body and mind, were the things that really made life sweet and joyful." Arthur Christopher Benson.

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