• A man deliberately makes a choice.
A man’s religion should never be a Sunday religion, or a death-bed religion.
It should not be the kind of sentiment that depends upon tragedy; that is melted by the sun or blown away by the breezes of the mountain top.
It should be a matter of wisdom, deep set, logical, real— a something that is continually present, and takes full and calm possession of the mind.
The Ambassador of the Coming Age, May 1868