Excerpt from Going Through the Mill
I was bankrupt in soul and circumstance when the fame Of the great Teacher reached me.
Alone, and in London, one murky, rainy night I found myself standing upon the steps Of one of the city's great halls. It was a stranger throng to me, and I an unconsidered unit of it.
I looked into the faces of those about me and listened to their talk. Ah, said one, they say she is no friend of men, but she brought comfort to the soul of my brother. And to me, said a woman standing near, she brought peace. And as for us, said Simultaneously a young couple of the working class, we are going in to learn how to be happy for evermore; and during the laugh which was raised by this sally the doors Opened and the crowd surged in.
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