Wednesday, December 22, 2010

God and Man

“So little do we see before us in the world, and so much reason have we to depend cheerfully upon the great Maker of the world, that He does not leave His creatures so absolutely destitute, but that in the worst circumstances they have always some thing to be thankful for, and sometimes are nearer to their deliverance than they imagine; nay, are even brought to their deliverance by the means by which they seem to be brought to their destruction.”
Daniel Defoe, The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (Robinson Crusoe)

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