Monday, December 5, 2011

1818







The power of religion on the mind,
in retirement, affliction,
and at the approach of death;
exemplified in the testimonies and experience
of persons distinguished
by their greatness, learning, or virtue.





5 comments:

JFM said...

What a gorgeous old book, William! I can almost smell the aroma coming from its faded, yellowed pages. 1818...love that year~~~

William Michaelian said...

Isn’t that something, Jan? The smell and feel of the pages is amazing. What a pleasure to hold.

Aleks said...

Im sneezing hard ,thats what I do to greet the old book :)
im getting more sensitive every day cause I live in a midst of them...this one looks and sounds very interesting....

William Michaelian said...

And wouldn’t you be surprised, Aleks, if the book sneezed back at you? It could happen, because I’m sure it’s alive....

Aleks said...

:)