Message from Urban Sports Club to the staff

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A wonderful serenity has taken over my whole soul, like the sweet spring mornings that I enjoy with all my heart. I am alone and rejoice in my life in this place made for such souls as mine. I am so happy, my dearest, so completely absorbed in the feeling of calm existence that my art suffers.

I could not draw now, not a stroke, and have never been a greater painter than at these moments. When the dear valley steams around me, and the high sun rests on the surface of the impenetrable darkness of my forest, and only individual rays steal into the inner sanctuary, I then lie in the high grass by the falling brook, and closer to the earth a thousand manifold grasses become strange to me.

When I feel the swarming of the small world between the stalks, the innumerable, unfathomable shapes of the little worms, the little mosquitoes closer to my heart, and feel the presence of the Almighty, who created us in his image, the blowing of the All-loving One, who carries and sustains us floating in eternal bliss; my friend! When it then dawns around my eyes, and the world around me and the heavens rest entirely in my soul like the form of a

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Nor is there anyone who loves, seeks or desires pain in itself just because it is pain, unless it comes to fortuitous circumstances where toil and pain can give him great pleasure. To take a trivial example, who among us ever undergoes strenuous physical exercise except to derive benefits from it?

But who has any right to blame a person who chooses to enjoy a pleasure that has no unpleasant consequences, or one who avoids pain that brings no resultant pleasure? Nor is there anyone who loves, seeks or desires pain in itself simply because it is pain, unless fortuitous circumstances arise in which toil and pain can bring him great pleasure.

To take a trivial example, who among us ever undergoes strenuous physical exercise except to derive benefits from it? But who has any right to blame a person who chooses to enjoy a pleasure that has no unpleasant consequences, or one who avoids pain that brings no resultant pleasure?Nor is there anyone who loves, seeks or desires pain per se, only,