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|A prime means to pupils' good-will is to take all possible interest in their work or |
play or whatever else engages them. Join in their ... ill-will toward you, seek the
earliest opportunity to do for that colleague some special kindness. In such a
|But this justice was no cold, hard element in him. ... The masterly reason God had |
given him, he never for an hour hid it in a napkin ; the possession of it bound him
to its use. ... But this sweet nature blossomed into thoughtful kindness. ... able to
accomplish more business with the same means than most men, and to have
everything work with such admirable system ... Let me dwell rather on points
where you have exclusive jurisdiction, and can live wisely or foolishly, at your
|"Well, he did not want me to, and I didn't see the use. ... But I didn't give you his |
message yet. ... and the lost influence upon family and friends which a year's
walking with God, in the sweet attractive "kindness of his youth," would ... Our
hearts are taught in simple faith to say, " I, too, will work for Thee, if work I may, "
Yet not my will, O Lord, be done, but Thine, ... A search committee is appointed,
and hard it works with advertisements and clue- seeking to gather together a
|Yet she is most easily influenced by kindness from those who care for and love |
her. ... Her observing faculties are well-developed through actual hard work from
her childhood. Their ... With her large spirituality and faith in God, it would be
almost impossible for Her Majesty to be otherwise than a ... of the whole botanical
kingdom, reveals to us the existence of a directing Intelligence, the further
question arises: But .... Well," he said, "as [am going your way, I will carry your
basket for you.
|In fact, half his body was lifeless, and he had been in that state more than four |
years. The medical ... The case, I thought, would be too hard for me, and it would
be in vain for me to visit again. Then a ... God will help you in your work." Having
|No one will suspect him of romance, or wild enthusiasm, or high-coloured |
representations. ... I reeled four to five cocoons, and should say it deuiers ten,
which ia finer by two deuiers than any silk shipped from Bengal. ... your questions
, that the silk cocoons I sent you as a sample of a quantity reared bv me, were
from the celebrated Cashmere stock. .... governor possessed of great influence at
home, is working hard to obtain the amalgamation of the Supreme and Sudder
Courts of the ...
|However, as Chaucer says — 'There is na wnrkeman Thai can bolhe worken wel |
and hastilie, This must be done at ... us a very perfect imitation of old Cumberland
, who carried the poetic jealousy and irritability farther than any man I ever saw. ...
men write when they are desirous that their disagreeable intelligence should bo
rather apprehended than expressed. ... Such is the close union with a person
whom you cannot well converse with, and whose presence is yet indispensable
|So when our dearest friend*, out of mistaken kindness, would persu;ulo us to |
avoid persecution by relinquishing principle, we ... One of them was disposed to
shirk ; the other stopptd, and looking sharply at the lazy one, said, "Sam, do you
expect to go to ... The reproof which Moses gave to t!ie two disputant Hebrews
may sMl be of use. ... No matter what good thing we have, knowledge, influence,
or riches : if we try to keep it to ourselves it will make us .hard, bitter, blind, like
|His demise will occasion much regret to all who knew him. ... The weather has |
become warmer than for a short time previous it had been. ... We saw Gregor
Grant, Mr. Danvers, and many other gentlemen, hard at work. ... The late hour at
which we are writing must be our apology for postponing further particulars until
to-morrow. ... You have doubtless long ere this heard of the aspirant calling
himself Bappoo Sahib Shanaputtee, who has raised a force of 2,000 or 3,000
Arabs, his object ...
|These he kindly drove from the wood, on the verge of which Mrs M'Douga.l |
descried her husband running about hzillooing, ... It is needless to go into all the
details of this singular journey, farther than to ay, that the Indian at last czilled a
halt on the ... and as the Indian stood before him, his eyes beaming with
benevolence and intelligence, his arms extended, and, ... saw you poor but hard-
working man; some white men bad, and hurt Indian; you not bad; hurt no one, but
work hard for ...
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