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James Wood, comp.  Dictionary of Quotations.  1899.
 
William Smith
 
  God never pardons; the laws of the universe are irrevocable. God always pardons; sense of condemnation is but another word for penitence, and penitence is already new life.  1
  Language is the memory of the human race. It is a thread of nerve of life running through all the ages, connecting them into one common, prolonged, and advancing existence.  2
  We have raised Pain and Sorrow into heaven, and in our temples, on our altars. Grief stands symbol of our faith, and it shall last as long as man is mortal and unhappy.  3
 
 
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