Great and Marvelous Are Thy Works! – John Adams

john-adamsThey Were Believers, John Adams

When I examine the little prospect that lies before me, and find an infinite variety of bodies in one horizon of, perhaps, two miles diameter, how many millions of such prospects there are upon the surface of this earth, how many millions of globes there are within our view, each of which has as many of these prospects upon its own surface as our planet; great and marvelous are thy works!

Source: John Adams Diary, April 26, 1756.

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