The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Varieties of Religious Experience by William James:|
thought. But, such as it is, I have described it as carefully as
I now am able to do."
Here is another document, even more definite in character, which,
the writer being a Swiss, I translate from the French
 I borrow it, with Professor Flournoy's permission, from his
rich collection of psychological documents.
"I was in perfect health: we were on our sixth day of tramping,
and in good training. We had come the day before from Sixt to
Trient by Buet. I felt neither fatigue, hunger, nor thirst, and
my state of mind was equally healthy. I had had at Forlaz good