Quotation by Henry Brooks Adams

For after all man knows mighty little, and may some day learn enough of his own ignorance to fall down again and pray. Not that I care. Only, if such is God's will, and Fate and Evolution—let there be God!
Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918), U.S. historian. Letter, September 1895, to Brooks Adams. Letters, Vol. 2, p. 83, ed. Worthington Chauncy Ford, Houghton Mifflin (1938).
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