So few go to Heaven, and so many come here, that the blest, once called a heavenly host, are a continually dwindling minority.
The day is coming when great nations will find their numbers dwindling from census to census; when the six roomed villa will rise in price above the family mansion; when the viciously reckless poor and the stupidly pious rich will delay the extinction of the race only by degrading it; whilst the boldly prudent, the thriftily selfish and ambitious, the imaginative and poetic, the lovers of money and solid comfort, the worshippers of success, art, and of love, will all oppose to the…
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Her savings dwindled down
I started the diet with good intentions, but my resolution dwindled over time.