from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Endurance.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete Endurance.
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- noun obsolete
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In order to pass the infinite amount of time and space that is available to THE FORCE WE ARE, we engage ourselves in the enjoyment and/or endurement of the unlimited diversities of creation and its dimensional possibilities and differences.
If Solomon could esteem it better of the two not to have been at all, than to have endured the miseries of this world; how much more did he prefer it before the endurement of those eternal miseries of the world to come!
So that this answer falls in with the former; because to be miserable infers a greater pain and grief than simply not to be: therefore it is also the greater punishment, because the nature of punishments consists in the endurement of pain.
And certainly these examples should make us courageous in the endurement of all worldly misery, if not out of religion, yet at least out of shame.