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好彩网 福彩3d推荐

� � An ignominious death. Friends! out upon them! 好彩网 福彩3d推荐  But most of all my own Unworthiness: 鈥楤ut the day was clear, and it was easy to give the bergs a wide berth. Every one鈥檚 spirits rose. There was nothing but enjoyment of the beautiful scene, admiration at the strange sights before us. The sun at length sank; but a few icebergs loomed in the distance, and I had an idea that we had almost come to the end of the ice-tract. We had delightful music in the saloon, and all appeared cheerfulness and peace. Even when my attention was directed to strange dark objects on the ocean, which I could see through the round saloon window, no thought of danger came into my mind. � � 鈥楶oor N. N. is not well, so I had no afternoon lesson from a Munshi, but I did a little by myself. Then out into the bright, pleasant air, where I had a nice talk with dear I. and P. After I came in, Mera Bhatija and I had tea,鈥攏ow I am writing to my Laura by lamplight; and when I lay down my pen, I intend to[329] do a little lessons. I have written out my vocabulary very large, so as not to injure my eyes. At 8? I shall hear the bell ring for prayers; and that almost closes the day. It was a real blessing for me to be so green and ignorant, because it was from that experience that Ilearned a lesson which has stuck with me all through the years: you can learn from everybody. I didn'tjust learn from reading every retail publication I could get my hands on, I probably learned the most fromstudying what John Dunham was doing across the street. � � �  鈥業 am reading the Granth,[82] the sacred book of the Sikhs. Like the Koran, it is very long,鈥擨 think more than 600 quarto pages,鈥攁nd with an immense deal of repetition in it. But it leaves on the mind a very different impression from the Koran. As far as I have read, it is wonderfully pure and spiritual. If you could substitute the name 鈥淎lmighty鈥?for 鈥淗ari,鈥?and 鈥淟ord Jesus鈥?for 鈥淕uru,鈥漑83] it might almost seem the composition of hermits in the early centuries, except that celibacy is not enjoined. Woman seems to be given her proper place. Many exhortations are addressed to women....