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Since I have been in Florence, I have been distressed by inexpressible yearnings after him, ” such sighings and outreachings, with a sense of utter darkness and separation, not only from him but from all spiritual communion with my God.
Harry laughed a short laugh; the utter darkness of Mr. Sterling's condition struck through his agitation down to his sense of humor.
The system of public education now proposed does not promise us a mere fleeting advantage: it is no momentary glance of sunshine which gilds every object then leaves us in utter darkness -- no bubbling effervescence which dies away as soon as it is produced, but like the sun, which daily returns to warm, gladden and support us, its benefits will be as permanent as diffusive.