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|Simmons tells us, "If you would reform the world from its errors and vices, begin |
by enlisting the mothers." Emerson says, "Men are what their mothers made them
." Lincoln very beauti fully portrayed his mother's character when he said, "All I ...
|Life's field will yield, as we make it, A harvest of thorns or of flowers." "AMERICAN |
MOTHERHOOD. ... men are what their mothers made them?" Numerous cases
might be cited to prove that many men are not what their mothers made them.
|God could not be everywhere, and so he made mothers.—Jewish Proverb |
Children are what their mothers are.—Walter Savage Landor Men are what their
mothers made them.—Ralph Waldo Emerson All that I am my mother made me.
|Their song with every spring renewed ; And balmy air, and falling rain, Each softly |
whisper, "God is good. ... HILDHOOD is made much happier, and the task of
training children is very much lightened, when mothers adopt the wise practice of
... of working men who have risen in life, indirectly through the cheerful singing
habits of their mothers, have come under my notice. ... This led to the introduction
of them into the choir of the church, where they had the advantage of skilled
|People, real flesh and blood, are conspicuously absent from Emerson's solitary |
and utilitarian cultivation of the ... Declaring in "Fate" that "Men are what their
mother made them," Emerson attempted in his writing to overcome the body's fate
|It was as though life enters the world as a curse to be borne by mother and son, |
with each succumbing to their own addictions. “Men are what their mothers made
them,” wrote Emerson in “Fate”; “when each comes forth from his mother's womb
|The genes act like well-mannered dance partners, politely stepping back when |
their counterparts take the floor. ... The first twenty-two pairs of chromosomes line
up and do their courtly exchange. ... Men are what their mothers made them.
|Ralph Waldo Emerson says, Men are what their mothers made them.' But I say, to |
hold mothers responsible for the character of their sons while you deny them any
control over the surroundings of their lives, is worse than mockery; it is cruelty!
|Young men like myself can hold our heads up high after reading such a |
magazine. Keep up the good work! WILLIE ... As in the words of Balph Waldo
Emerson, "Men Are What Their Mothers Made Them." RAMONA M. BUTLEGE
|Ye fools, did not he that made that which is without make that which is within also|
?” (Luke 11:39-40). Many people have become disenchanted with the church. ...
Remember that Emerson said, “Men are what their mothers made them.” When ...