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Excerpt from The Wayside of Life: Being a Collection of Poems, Essays and Paragraphs
In this analytical age in which we live there is a constantly growing desire in the minds of progressive people to know the why and wherefore of all things, many of which have in past years gone on unexplained. This inherent desire "to know" is but natural to all logical thinkers, and is, no doubt, one of the most important factors in the advancement of human intelligence, for it acts as a constant spur to drive men and women on into deeper thought and more intricate experimentation, with the hope of accurately determining the exact causes which underlie all known phenomena.
At the present time there is a keen interest among thousands of people in both Europe and America and other countries regarding the subject of Spiritualism, Many of the scientific men of our time laugh at the claim of spirit return, while other scientific men of high standing believe that spirit return is a fact in nature. Many strictly orthodox clergymen of the old school deny its possibility, while on the other hand, many of the more progressive element of the clergy admit its possibility and its probability.
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