The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from Records of a Family of Engineers by Robert Louis Stevenson:|
recently lost. We must not, however, repine. I could not for
a moment wish any change of circumstances in their case; and
in every comparative view of their state, I see the Lord's
goodness in removing them from an evil world to an abode of
bliss; and I must earnestly hope that you may be enabled to
take such a view of this affliction as to live in the happy
prospect of our all meeting again to part no more - and that
under such considerations you are getting up your spirits. I
wish you would walk about, and by all means go to town, and do
not sit much at home.'
`INVERNESS, JULY 23RD.