THERE is hardly a civilized man, to-day, no matter how hardheaded, who has not at some time or other dallied with the thought of life eternal. Even the materialist cannot but be intrigued by the thought, for if life is worth living, then a continuation of life, with a conceivable consummation of all a man's plans and hopes, is a prospect that pleases and stimulates the imagination.
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