The Greater Glory: A Story of High Life

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D. Appleton, 1893 - 472 pages
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Page 466 - All flesh is grass, and the glory of man is as the flower of the field." Fresh and verdant in the morning, it adorns the meadow : the sight is gladdened at its beauty, and it sheds sweet perfumes around. " In the evening it is cut down and withered!" Its glory is departed ; and it tells us that a few hours must suffice for earthly enjoyments.

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