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|YOUTH. Hard are life's early steps ; and but that youth is buoyant, confident, and |
strong in hope, men would behold its ... Childhood does sometimes pay a second
visit to man — youth never ; how responsible are we for the use of a period so ...
Bob Phillips - 1993 - 343 pages
|When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child|
: but when I became a man, I put away childish things. 1 Corinthians ... German
proverb Childhood sometimes does pay a second visit to man; youth never.
|—AMY LOWELL (1874–1925) •AMERICAN IMAGIST POET AND CRITIC • Time |
misspent in youth is sometimes all the freedom ... •ENGLISH WRITER AND ART
HISTORIAN • Childhood sometimes does pay a second visit to man, youth never.
|Better to be driven ouI from among men than to be disliked of children. -R.H.Dana |
528. Teach your child to hold his tongue, he will learn fast enough. - franklin 529.
Childhood sometimes does pay a second visit to man; youth never.
|Those who have lost an infant are never, in a way, without an infant. - Hunt, Leigh |
Your children need your presence more than your presents. - Jackson, Jesse
Childhood sometimes does pay a second visit to man; youth never. - Jameson ...
|Message. #7. Childhood sometimes does pay a second visit to man; youth never. |
—Anna Jameson Dear one, What a sacred geometry has been reverberating for
your manifestation. Remember that you will see in your human experience, ...
|And even he who knows that love to God is the only enduring love, and that it is |
the only anchor of the soul — how deeply he feels that ho can but seldom draw ...
Childhood, I believe, does sometimes pay a second visit to man — youth, never.
|I am quite certain that some excessive smokers, if very young, never acquire, and |
if older, rapidly lose, any keen desire for connection. ... A first failure will
sometimes so annihilate men's sexual appetite that they are never able or
anxious to attempt connection a second time. ... no other opportunity of noticing
that, as excision of the clitoris has been recommended for the cure of this
complaint, Kobelt thinks that it ity that those accustomed to visit lunatic asylums
must be 208 ^ IMPOTENCE.
|Burning slums and five-star hotels, romantic love and prison agonies, criminal wars and Bollywood films, spiritual gurus and mujaheddin guerrillas---this huge novel has the world of human experience in its reach, and a passionate love for ...|
|W'hen Charles the Second, son of Charles the First, succeeded to the throne of |
England, thesejudges who had condemned the king, were ... \Ve entered it, and
tried to imagine what must have been the feelings of those three men, who were
once concealed there; and we felt grateful ... When it paid its weekly visit before, I
had a dear mother to whom I used to read it; but now she is in Heaven. .... Never
reprove a child when excited, nor let your tone of voice be raised when correcting