Tuesday, October 19, 2021


Words of a President of the United States of America

Thomas Jefferson, letter to Isaac Weaver, Jr. (June 7, 1807):
Being very sensible of bodily decays from advancing years, I ought not to doubt their effect on the mental faculties. To do so would evince either great self-love or little observation of what passes under our eyes; and I shall be fortunate if I am the first to perceive and to obey this admonition of nature.

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