To go on with our quotation,— “Well, but if not that then what? We esteem the thing as good and great, but if it simply does nothing for us, how is it to be anything to us? But the answer was the answer to the question and it might be that to a question sounding but slightly different, a very different answer would be returned. We might ask, for instance, ‘does it make my life more worth living?’ And the answer to this might be,—’It is the only thing that makes life worth living at all.’” In a word, “I want, am made for and must have a God.
Charlotte Mason’s Original Homeschooling Series Volume 6 - Towards A Philosophy of Education
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