I think what we call the dullness of things is a disease in ourselves. Else how could anyone find an intense interest in life? And many do.
I am influenced at the present time by far higher considerations and by a nobler idea of duty than I ever was when I held the Evangelical belief.
The higher life begins for us ... when we renounce our own will to bow before a Divine law.
Speech may be barren; but it is ridiculous to suppose that silence is always brooding on a nestful of eggs.
The responsibility of tolerance lies with those who have the wider vision. George E