My precious husband, Thy most welcome letter was handed to me after dinner and was most acceptable, as they always are. I sympathize with thee, dearest, in all thy low spots for I have been there too; and often feel, as thee does, that if I had attained to greater faith and love, I would not so beset with fears, and would be happier myself & able to give greater happiness to those around me. I fear my heart is not single enough in purpose, I know it is not, and I often feet that I am a hindrance rather than a help to thee. It is so much easier to write about these things which be nearest to our hearts and which give us much con-
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