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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.
||OST men are what their mothers made them. The father is away from home all |
day, and has not half the influence over the children that the mother has. The cow
has most to do with the calf. If a ragged colt grows into a good horse, we know ...
|MOTHER. Men are what their mothers made them ; you may as well ask a loom |
which weaves huckaback, wiry it does not make cashmere, as expect poetry from
this engineer, or a chemical discovery from that jobber. R. W. Emerson. I should ...
|John 19:26-27 (NASB) When Jesus therefore saw His mother, and the disciple |
whom He love standing nearby, He ... And from that hour the disciple took her
into his own household. ... Emerson said, Men are what their mothers made
|Beecher God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers. |
Jewish proverb O people, respect the women who have born you. The Koran
Every ... Landor Men are what their mothers made them. Emerson All that I
|They Make Everything Possible. 'CSs^) 4S***g) - ff^s') «-6\!r-) (Tvi?' 6>Nfa.' |
Men are what their mothers made them. ^atyti QAMdo fime/tgon All that I am or
hope to be, I owe to my angel mother. All mothers are rich when they love their ...
|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 ...
|Men are what their mothers made them. Ralph Waldo Emerson, 18031882 |
Thou art thou mother's glass, and she in thee Calls back the lovely April of her
prime. William Shakespeare, 15641616, Third Sonnet Though I fell in love with
|a century, Emerson writes that men are what their mothers made them (366). |
Why mothers, we might ask, and not fathers? Emerson's own father died when he
was seven; this death created a great deficit among the boys, and in some ways