We shall be told, perhaps, that religion imposes the duty of obedience; as every established fact which is too bad to admit of any other defence, is always presented to us as an injunction of religion.

How few!–how very few! have sufficient foresight, or resolution, to endure a small evil at the moment, to avoid a greater hereafter.

The Alps in Spring
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