Mary Sargent


John Muir


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[2]--- wishing that words of sympathy were not such vain things, and could lay a touch of healing on wounded lives. Believe me I feel very deeply with you and for you -- may God's strength sustain you, and God's peace comfort you.I have ever remembered one of your own sayings "So long as we love a person enough, neither time, nor distance can really separate us from them." In the knowledge of such an indisoluble tie we can, thank God, rise above the limitations of time, and taste in advance the joys of eternity.I trust that you have good news


Seafield, Wood's Hold

Date Original

circa [1905] Aug 16


Original letter dimensions: 16 x 24.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 15, Image 0693

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Page 2


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