The following is from the Christian Register: A hospital is not generally supposed to be a very cheerful place, and yet some of the most cheerful people I have ever met have been in hospitals. The fact that they have had to suffer some severe physical subtraction, such as the loss of an arm, a hand, a foot, or a leg, did not seem to trouble them.
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