Bingham, Millicent, March 22, 1948
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7. is an individual way of thinking about human life. I realize that we come & go. But what we come from & where we go to, we do not, & never can, know. Here is where we have to have faith, -- faith in existence, faith in change, & faith in the "ultimate cause" as a reader of philosophy explained it. An "ultimate cause" of course, for something has never sprung from nothing, & something has always existed & always will exist, which is far beyond man's comprehension. Still, whether one wants to go back & live by the example of a man who had the
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