LILITH A Fantasy Novel By George MacDonald - online book

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''40                                      LILITH
and which alone can make millions into a church, an endless and measureless influence and reaction are indispensable. A man to be perfect—complete, that is, in having reached the spiritual condition of persistent and universal growth, which is the mode wherein he inherits the infinitude of his Father—must have the education of a world of fellow-men. Save for the hope of the dawn of life in the form beside me, I should have fled, for fellowship to the beasts that grazed and did not speak. Better to go about with them—infinitely better—than to live alone ! But with the faintest prospect of a woman to my friend, I, poorest of crea­tures, was yet a possible man !
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