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Ljudi pišu dnevnik da bi zabeležili svoje uspomene, olakšali savest u teškim trenucima, a oni važniji da bi ostavili svojim potomcima i čitaocima obrazloženje za svoje važne i sudbonosne odluke. Dakle, dnevnik predstavlja najintimnije svedočanstvo o nečijim radostima, problemima, strahovima, a neretko nam otkriva i tajne koje nam za života osobe nisu bile poznate. Verujem da su mnogi čitaoci prolili suze nad iskrenošću i jednostavnošću dnevnika jedne devojčice koja se zvala Ana Frank.

 

Međutim u nekim ljudima neiskrenost sazri do te mere, da potpuno izgube svoje misli, doživljaje i reči...

  Robert W. Olson, predsednik White Estate, u svom clanku od 12. septembra 1978, pod naslovom "Wylieve reci upotrebljene da opise sta je sama videla 15. maja 1887." uporeduje odlomak iz dnevnika Ellen White iz 1887 sa citatom iz knjige "Istorija protestantizma" izdate 1876:

Ellen G. White
"Zurich is pleasantly situated on the shores of Lake Zurich. This is a noble expanse of water, enclosed with banks which swell upwards, clothed with vineyards and pine forests, from amid which hamlets and white villas gleam out amid trees and cultivated hills which give variety and beauty to the picture, while in the far off horizon the glaciers are seen blending with the golden clouds. On the right the region is walled in with the craggy rampart of the Albis Alp, but the mountains stand back from the shore and by permitting the light to fall freely upon the bosom of the Lake and on the ample sweep of its lovely and fertile banks, give a beauty to the picture which pen or brush of the artist could not equal. The neighboring lake of Zug is in marked contrast to Zurich. The placid waters and slumbering shore seem perpetually wrapped in the shadows."

[ms. 29-1887]


James A. Wylie
"Zurich is pleasantly situated on the shores of the lake of that name. This IS a noble expanse of water, enclosed within banks which swell gently upwards, clothed here with vineyards there with pine­forests, from amid which hamlets and white villas gleam out and enliven the scene, while m the far­off horizon the glaciers are seen blending with the golden clouds. On the right the region is walled in by the craggy rampart of Albis Alp, but the mountains stand back from the shore, and by permitting the light to fall freely upon the bosom of the lake, and on the ample sweep of its lovely and fertile banks, give a freshness and airiness to the prospect as seen from the city, which strikingly contrasts with the neighboring Lake of Zug, where the placid waters and the slumbering shore seem perpetually wrapped in the shadows of the great mountains."

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