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|... Fortunatus) viamque insiste domandi, dum faciles animi juvenum, dum mobilis |
aetas: enter upon the way of training while the spirits in youth are still pliant, while
they are at that period when the mind is docile (Virgil) victrix causa diis placuit, ...
|26 Very few people are good economists of their fortune, and still fewer of their |
time. ... Dum faciles anüni juvenum, dum mobilis aetas — Enter upon the way of
training while the spirits in youth are still pliant, while they arc at that penod when
|Virgil The gates of Hell are open night and day; smooth the descent, and easy is |
the way: but, to return, and view the cheerful skies; in this, the task and mighty
labor ... Virgil Enter on the way of training while the spirits in youth are still pliable.
|all over again and to return to the old aphorism, "As the bough is bent the tree's |
inclined,” in the spirit of the great general who said: “I am ... Thus trained in the
way they should go, when they are old they will not depart from it. ... How can
these people be kept true to the confession they make and to the pledge they
make in entering the church? ... the impressive and pliable age, that it is his duty
to sign the pledge and thereby to take his #and for total abstinence, we have
|The juvenile mind, pliant and docile, yields to surrounding associations. Political |
freedom favors individual independence and manliness. Our youth should
therefore be educated as Americans, and be well grounded in American ideas
and principles. ... in mastering the German language. for he cannot catch the
spirit of the school while the reeitations are in an unknown tongue. ... The most
thorough training in the ancient classics. including both writing and speaking
Latin, if not Greek.
|Still, I would have our students make themselves so conversant with any work |
they analyse as to be able to pass an examination on its ... A question is often
asked as to the best mode of training a youth intended for the profession of
architecture. ... In fine, he should, in his early pliable days, be shown the works,-
or casts or drawings of the works, — of the great .... the Architectural Association,
when it has made up its mind as to what it would like to accomplish in the way of
teaching, and ...
|Age was called to bid adieu to large circles of offsprings, and youth, in its full |
vigor was summoned to sever from kindred ... Andrew Sanford was a man of
amiable disposition, and of tender feelings; but, when his country's existence was
at ... who was well aware of the necessity of “training up a child in the way he
should go,” and, following the precepts as well as ... that his country should still
suffer her steel to remain unmolested in the scabbard, than forego all his
domestic enjoyments, ...
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