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John Adams: The Constant Endeavor of Self-Reformation

John AdamsThey Were Believers, John Adams

All day in high health and spirits. Writing Tillotson. That comet which appeared in 1682 is expected again this year; and we have intelligence that it has been seen about ten days since, near midnight, in the east. I find myself very much inclined to an unreasonable absence of mind, and to a morose and unsociable disposition; let it therefore be my constant endeavor to reform these great faults.


Source: John Adams’ Diary, 17 February 1756.


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