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|(2) By reason of various other Bhetorical arrangements ; for example — ' In Thee, |
O Lord, do I put my trust. ... for example — ' He that plants trees loves others
besides himself,' rather than ' He that plants trees, loves others besides himself.
|Poetry Group One Hundred Seventeenth Posting 11/13/11 He that plants trees |
loves others besides himself * He that plants trees loves others besides himself,
As does the hunter who spares a mother elk. But Republicans are selfish about ...
|A good man will plant useful trees. Zoroaster. It is a poor country that has no trees|
. P. Kalm. Great trees give more shade than fruit. Hedwig. Every tree produces its
own specific fruit. Kupenea. He that plants trees loves others besides himself.
|The truth of the German proverb, "He that plants trees loves others besides |
himself, ' ' would but again, in our planting, typify the charity and noble breadth of
the character of him in whose honor and to whose memory we should thus plant.
|He gave us eyes to see them. And lips that we might tell How great is God |
Almighty, Who doeth all things well. — C. F. Alexander. QUOTATIONS. "He who
plants trees loves others besides himself." "There is no spot on earth which may
not be ...
|A single tree cannot make a forest A tree oft transplanted bears little fruit A tree |
that has grown bent for thirty years cannot ... He that loves the tree, loves the
branch He that plants trees loves others besides himself He who plants a walnut
|He that climbs the tall tree has a right to the fruit. Rec. dist.: Ont. 23. He that plants |
trees loves others besides himself. Rec. dist.: Mich., Okla., Tex. 1st cit.: 1732Fuller
, Gnomologia. 20c. coll.: ODEP 630, Stevenson 2370:1. 24. He who loves the ...
|—Bryant. For mine is the old belief, That, midst your sweets, and midst your |
blooms, There's a soul in every leaf! — M. M. Ballou. He who plants trees loves
others besides himself. Lovely flowers are the smiles of God's goodness —
|'•Marshal Louis Lyautey, the French soldier-statesman, once -suggested to his |
gardener that he plant a tree. ... And when I plant a tree, I always remember
Thomas Fuller's quotation (1732): 'He that plants trees loves others besides