A GOOD unobstrusive Christian of my own intimate circle told me that in her worried life--and a worried life it has been--she has derived comfort from the reflection that no day lasts longer than twenty-four hours.
To a good worried Christian this certainty affords legitimate comfort. But, as it cannot certify comfort to all classes of worried persons, it seems safe for most of us not to wish time shortened.
If time is short, many tempers are yet shorter.
Even a Psalmist prays: "O spare me a little, that I may recover my strength: before I go hence, and be no more seen."
And most of us have very much besides strength to recover.