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|He felt that his whole life was some kind of dream and he sometimes wondered |
whose it was and whether they were ... I have heard it said that the first ingredient
of success -- the earliest spark in the dreaming youth -- if this; dream a great ...
|I have heard it said that the first ingredient of success — the earliest spark in the |
dreaming youth — is this; dream a great dream. ♢ John A. Appleman May your
future be worthy of your dreams. ♢ Barbara Bush As you pursue your grand
|He went on and reassured them that, "If you wish to be great at all, you must |
begin where you are and with what you are . ... 'I have heard it said that the first
ingredient of success — the earliest sparks in the dreaming youth — is this:
dream a ...
|So, if you lore me, dear Katrine, put the money out of my sight, and say no more |
about it. ... Pierre complained of being tired, and went to bed ; but little sleep
could he get ; and in his dreams, first the purse, then his old boat with her tides
stove in, then a fine new boat at full of fish as it could hold, flitted by turns across
his fancy, and he awoke early, uneasy, and unrefreshed. .... We would have tbe
great truth to be remembered, that success in any department of the fine arts is a
mat. ter of ...
|Inconsolable widows, attached wives, fond mothers, newly-married brides,|
engaged young ladies, were, by some centrelemps, continually ... Come, Sparks,
” said Power, “ I claim a promise you made me the other night, on condition we let
you off making the ... I have myself heard hints of the circumstance, but would
much rather hear Sparks' own version of it. ... I shall leave this, thought I. My
dreams, my longcherished dreams of romantic walks upon the sea-shore, of
evening strolls by ...
|The birth of the Dream is a case study in straightforward don't-take-no-for- an-|
answer determination; if it succeeds, its effects will reverberate beyond the 404. ...
"It was the most powerful speech I have ever heard in my life," Borders recalls.
|For most men the invention of an electric light which is cheaper than any other |
kind of artificial light would have been quite, ... is also a current breaker or
interrupter of great effectiveness and very high frequency," he said, relating his
experience. ... The present apparatus for creating the waves in the ether
embraces an elaboration of the induction coil for the spark. ... He was telling me
good-by, though I did not dream it He led me out — the stranger took my halter-
rein, — and, before I ...
|No lovelier spot could have been chosen for her dreamless sleep, and those who |
loved her,laid her there with fast-flowing tears, and yet "with a sure ... The
carriage rolled ' rapidly over the streets, and I beheld as in a dream those old-
fashioned and quaint walls rising around me, and the faces of the .... VVell,"said
Mr. \Villiams, with great calmness, “if they succeed, it is pretty evident what will be
my fate. ... Mr. Williams died on the 2nd day August, 1811, in the eighty-first year
|The likeness is most accurate, and to those who have not been so fortunate as to |
have seen the original, it presents a ... life called upon to fill, but sustained in her
great charge by her full reliance on the affection and loyalty of her people. ... and
as the youth To whom the throb of love is given In life's first glow of early truth,
Would seek amid a crowd, where shone The ... My prayer seemed heard, deep
slumber stole O'er every sense, and, as I slept, A dream passed o'er my ravished
|There were tears in her eyta, and I friends, and I have no doubt pa.p.haa agrt-at |
11211 KENTUCKY. ... 0141/ went togellwr, and not alone ; Love, which is a spark
of the same tender flame which burns in the Universal Heart of the great I Am; ... It
was in one of her early rides, soon after they came to live at Dayber's Echo, that
she first met Gerald Graeme. ... If the young people rode further, that day, than the
young lady had ever ventured before, and if they rode more slowly than was her ...