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Sometimes we are given secret hints of danger

18 May

Let no man despise the secret hints and notices of danger, which sometimes are given him when he may think there is no possibility of its being real. That such hints and notices are given us, I believe few that have made any observation of things can deny; that they are certain discoveries of an invisible world, and a converse of spirits, we cannot doubt; and if the tendency of them seems to be to warn us of danger, why should we not suppose they are from some friendly agent, ( whether supreme, or inferior and subordinate, is not the question, ) and that they are given for our good ?

The life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe 

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