IT is probably safe to make the prediction that not a single individual who reads the word discouragement will wonder what phase of human experience is referred to. The feeling of discouragement has been shared so universally by all the sons of men, that there is probably no one who will fail to recognize it with more or less familiarity, and all will agree, despite familiarity, that it is one of the worst enemies of mankind, and one from which all are endeavoring to escape.
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