"God, ordains all for the
best, however strange it may appear to our eyes."
(Mersman, 1938, 105-106))
physician, no any other man, no accident, no chance, can either give life or take it, but
"Let us trust God and comfort ourselves with
the thought that all is well if it be God's will, since he best knows what is requisite
and necessary to our temporal and to our eternal happiness."
"Let us submit steadfastly to the Divine will,
fully convinced it will be for our good, for he does all things well."
H. Letters Of Mozart. London: J. M. Dent and Sons, 1938.