1000 Mythological Characters
PRIVATE SCHOOLS, HIGH SCHOOLS
EDITED WITH INTRODUCTION BY
EDWARD S. ELLIS, M.A.
_Author of "The Young People's Standard
History of the United States" and
"Common Errors in Writing and Speaking."_
There are many expressions which, though simple in themselves, must
forever remain beyond the grasp of human comprehension. Eternity, that
which has neither end nor beginning, baffles the most profound human
thought. It is impossible to think of a point beyond which there is
absolutely nothing, or to imagine the passing of a million years
without bringing us one day or one minute nearer to their close.
Suppose that one could fix upon the terminal point, we would still
fancy something beyond that, and then some period still more remote
would present itself, and so on _ad infinitum_.