The Great Man never loses his child's heart. The infant has
neither the desire nor the ability to appreciate the
sensuous pleasures. It may cry all day and not become
hoarse. Its innocence and its weakness are its strength.
Its inner harmony is undisturbed. Its bodily organs are
perfect; the years add nothing to them, but only develop
their functions, but do not add to them.

   C. Spurgeon Medhurst (born 1850?)
   English Scholar, Translator, and Missionary       


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