The mystery of sleep. by. Bigelow, John, 1817-1911.
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The Mystery of Sleep book. John Bigelow (November 25, 1817 – December 19, 1911) was an American lawyer and statesman. Books by John Bigelow
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Why do we spend one third of our lives in sleep? ""'; dreams imply imperfect sleep; sleep interrupts all conscious relations with the phenomenal world'; Most conspicuous changes wrought during sleep physical, not physical; the most important events in human history initiated during sleep; spiritual influence of sleep illustrated by its privation; What is meant by God's resting on the seventh day of creation? Prominence given to the morning hour in the bible, and it's spiritual significance; our external and internal memory; in sleep we die daily; why we are.
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by John Bigelow (Author). I wish to disclaim any pretension to have given in the following pages a solution of all the mysteries of sleep, or even a precise and scientific exposition of any of them. When, if ever, that shall be possible, they will cease to be mysteries. What I have aimed to do is, first to unsettle, if not dispel, the popular delusion that sleep is merely a state of rest; of practical inertia of soul and body, or at most, a periodical provision for the reparation of physical waste in the sense that a well, exhausted during the day, fills up in the hours of the night.
And yet, in thatmoment of dreamless sleep, the long winter night had passed. Adam, thefirst man, closing his eyes in death; you and I, who will do the sameten, twenty, forty years hence, and the generations who will follow usfor a million years, perhaps, will waken to eternity, if there be awaking, in one and the same instant of time, without a knowledge of theintervening years. Yes, Harry," said the artist, taking his arm affectionately; "and byyou, of course.