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"It is sometimes of God's mercy that men in the eager pursuit of worldly aggrandizement are baffled; for they are very like a train going down an inclined plane, - putting on the brake is not pleasant, but it keeps the car on the track." - Henry Ward Beecher



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It is sometimes of God's mercy that men in the eager pursuit of worldly aggrandizement are baffled; for they are very like a train going down an inclined plane, - putting on the brake is not pleasant, but it keeps the car on the track. - Henry Ward Beecher #1 It is sometimes of God's mercy that men in the eager pursuit of worldly aggrandizement are baffled; for they are very like a train going down an inclined plane, - putting on the brake is not pleasant, but it keeps the car on the track. - Henry Ward Beecher #2 It is sometimes of God's mercy that men in the eager pursuit of worldly aggrandizement are baffled; for they are very like a train going down an inclined plane, - putting on the brake is not pleasant, but it keeps the car on the track. - Henry Ward Beecher #3 It is sometimes of God's mercy that men in the eager pursuit of worldly aggrandizement are baffled; for they are very like a train going down an inclined plane, - putting on the brake is not pleasant, but it keeps the car on the track. - Henry Ward Beecher #4 It is sometimes of God's mercy that men in the eager pursuit of worldly aggrandizement are baffled; for they are very like a train going down an inclined plane, - putting on the brake is not pleasant, but it keeps the car on the track. - Henry Ward Beecher #5