Thomas Jefferson To Miles King

Posted in Library of Congress, Weekly Notes by chamblee54 on October 3, 2022

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Thomas Jefferson to Miles King, Monticello Sep. 26. 14
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“Nay, we have heard it said that there is not a quaker or a baptist, a presbyterian or an episcopalian, a catholic or a protestant in heaven: that, on entering that gate, we leave those badges of schism behind, and find ourselves united in those principles only in which god has united us all. Let us not be uneasy then about the different roads we may pursue, as believing them the shortest, to that our last abode: but, following the guidance of a good conscience, let us be happy in the hope that, by these different paths, we shall all meet in the end. and that you and I may there meet and embrace is my earnest prayer: and with this assurance I salute you with brotherly esteem and respect.” Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) American political philosopher, polymath, statesman, US President (1801-09) Letter to Miles King (26 Sep 1814) ~ The Veteran From Enough Rope (Boni & Liveright, 1926) by Dorothy Parker. This poem is in the public domain. ~ Keith Tharpe died of natural causes January 26, 2020. ~ This is a repost from 2020. ~ This is a repost from 2020. ~ ~ This is a repost from 2013. ~ @PopGunSuzie Quit fucking around and just eat my ass like Jeffery Dahmer. ~ “we’re not talking about you” ~ “Let me not be misunderstood. Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will. An average Zulu is any way more than a match for an average Englishman in boldly capacity. But he flees from an English boy, because he fears the boy’s revolver or those who will use it for him. He fears death and is nerveless in spite of his burly figure. ~ pictures for today’s abbreviated edition are from The Library of Congress. ~ selah

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