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I see not a step before me as I tread on another year; 
 But I 've left the Past in God's keeping,—the Future 
 His mercy shall clear; 
 And what looks dark in the distance may brighten as I draw near.  - Mary Gardiner Brainard
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In French: "Une bêtise répétée par trente-six millions de bouches ne cesse pas d'être une bêtise." - Literal translation: "A nonsense repeated by thirty-six million mouths still a nonsense" - From: "Histoire contemporaine, Volume 4: Monsieur Bergeret a Paris" (1901), p. 168. This quote is similar to izquotes.com/quote/251378
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Bio: Mary Gardiner Brainard was an American writer of religious poetry.

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