In the long ago there was a man of visions,—spiritual visions, different indeed from human conceptions. Patiently he waited by the river Hiddekel, for "the time appointed was long," until, lifting his eyes, he beheld in all its shining glory the spiritual idea of man immersed in goodness all divine.
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