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|ine this is because Nature wants to ensure that the evils of wisdom shall not |
spread further throughout mankind. DESIDERIUS ERASMUS (c. ... 13 Erudition
can produce foliage without bearing fruit. C. C. LICHTENBERG (1742-99).
|... increase in knowledge acquired too quickly and with too little participation on |
one's own part is not very fruitful: erudition can produce foliage without bearing
fruit. There are a great many shallow heads who are astonishingly
|That man is the noblest creature may also be inferred from the fact that no other |
creature has yet contested this claim. If you are ... The world's greatest events are
not produced, they happen. ... Erudition can produce foliage without bearing fruit.
|The greatest events occur without intention playing any part in them; chance |
makes good mistakes and undoes the most carefully planned undertaking. The
world's ... Lichtenberg, Georg C. Erudition can produce foliage without bearing
|There is no need to education. It is not that you read a book, pass an examination|
, and finish with education. The whole of life, from the moment ... Lessing, Doris
Erudition can produce foliage without bearing fruit. - Lichtenberg, Georg C. Till a
|The highly practical suggestion of a contemporary—which has at times displayed |
much erudition on the subject of “the fall ... The Oak, of course, does not # its
leaves till November. ... do not agree with the statement made by some that fruit
trees on Grasslands never bear regularly. ... and I know of many that annually
produce crops of fruit, though of course in some years more abundantly than in
|Your erudite correspondent ... No one, after having seen a good plant of the |
Spirrca family, can ever forget its beauty. ... Near it was the S. Rsvcsii: the delicate
green of the foliage of the latter, its luxuriant appearance, and the general habit of
the plant, has made, and_always will make it a ... throw out fruit-bearing laterals,
and these laterals should show fruit at each joint; if there are three joints without
|Curran's legal erudition was never profound; and though he was capable of the |
most ingenious pleading, lis appeal was ... The engrafted part then receives an
application of moist marl, is wrapped in leaves and bound with rushes, and is ...
and pruned of median shoots, which are said to prevent the lateral ones
proceeding from the same bud from bearing fruit. ... for sore throat, are
occasionally preserved in spirits, and in Russia are fermented will honey to
produce a strong liquor.
|Great Apple trees, with tall and spreading heads, bearing scores of bushels of |
fruit, can hardly be expected except on the most ... The Paradise stock," he says, "
does not produce a tree large enough for market purposes." Large ... Perplexed
to know what this might mean he applied to the University librarian, a man of
erudition. ... A handsome Bro- meliad, 3—5 feet, with tufted leaves, dilated at the
base, and extending with long linear oblong acuminate leaves, each nearly a
|We not only have his word to instruct us; but, when we meet with difficulties, we |
are allowed and required to call on him in ... and profound erudition, and many
valuable advantages: but not having humble faith and love, all else will soon be
taken ... and were not able: and if we have grace to make a proper use of our
advantages, more knowledge and wisdom will be ... The good seed of divine
truth should be sown in every part of the field, all over the world; though it can
only bear fruit ...