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1917 - 2000 pages
|Men must be either the slaves of duty, or the slaves of force. — Joseph Joubert, |
The reward of one duty is the power to fulfill another. — George Eliot. Do the duty
which lies nearest to thee. — Goethe. Fear is not a lasting teacher of duty.
|Longfellow. When duty grows thy law, enjoyment fades away. — Schiller. Stern |
duties need not speak sternly. He who stood firm before the thunder worshipped
the " still small voice." — Sydney Dobell. Fear is not a lasting teacher of duty ...
|(Italian) When out offavor, none know thee; when in, thou dost not know thyself. (|
Poor Richard) Fear, Fearful A burnt child fears the fire, and a bitten child fears a
dog. (Danish) A ... (West African) Fear is not a lasting teacher of duty. (Roman) ...
|It is better to be frightened now than killed hereafter - Churchill, Winston Fear is |
not a lasting teacher of duty. - Cicero, Marcus T. Fear can supplant our real
problems only to the extent --unwilling either to assimilate or to exhaust it --we ...
Jon R. Stone - 2005 - 394 pages
|... so shall you reap) (Cicero) timendi causa est nescire: ignorance is the cause of |
fear (Seneca) timidi est optare necem: to ... pejor: the fear of death is worse than
death timor non est diuturnus magister officii: fear is not a lasting teacher of duty ...
Henry Barnard - 1863
|llera he intimates that parents should not be such after the flesh merely, as it is |
with the heathen, but in the Jjyrd. ... A child, who has once become timid, sullen
and dejected in spirit, loses all his self-reliance, and becomes utterly unfitted for
the duties of life; and fears rise up in his path, ... things that they ought to fear, and
not of those which only make them cowardly, and so inflict a lasting injury upon
|He is exalted to give repentance and forgiveness of sins to his people. 16. I must |
apply to Jesus. 17. 2 Cor. vii. 10. 18. It is sometimes the effect of fear, and
sometimes, of the judgments of God. 19. It is not lasting. See Pharaoh's history.
|Besides the habit of being attentive, diligent, and regular in the duties of life — |
habits which should be strongly impressed in the schoolroom — there is the habit
of self-reliance, which I fear is too often overlooked. ... Training and not telling is
the principle that should guide us, and more lasting results will be obtained ; —
results that will cling to the pupil through the practical duties of life, and for which
|I now am not much surprised at your seeking to disturb the general tranquillity; at |
your hating not only the city but the light of day; ... Although it was fear that was
then making you a good citizen, which is never a lasting teacher of duty; your