I shall forget all the toils of my journey!
(James Meikle, "A Secret Survey into the State of the Soul" April 13, 1779)
There is one thing which is needful — and only one thing. Henceforth let me attend to it with diligence and care, and not to make trifles such matters of concern.
If I am traveling to my Father's house, I should attend closely to my journey, and not consume myself with anxiety about the climate, whether it it fair or foul; whether the road is good or bad; and whether I join agreeable company, or walk alone. For my Father's house will make me completely happy, so happy that I shall forget all the toils of my journey!
"Heaven will make amends for all!"