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|Abraham Lincoln summed up the debt he owed to his mother in these words : "All |
that l am, or hope to be, l owe to my angel mother." Napoleon said," The future
destiny of the child is always the work of a mother!" Jonn Quincy Adams, the sixth
|I always took my mother's advice, and made myself work for a better future. My |
mother learned ... I strongly believe what Napoleon Bonaparte said about
mothers, "The future destiny of a child is always the work of the mother." My
|The child is often kissed for the mother's (nurse's) sake. 51. The elephant does |
not find his trunk heavy, nor the mother her babe. — Angolese (Africa). • 52. The
future destiny of the child is always the work of the mother. — Napoleon. 53.
Herb Galewitz - 2012 - 64 pages
|This heart, my own dear mother, bends, With love's true instinct, back to thee. |
THOMAS MOORE Every beetle is a ... So right, so sound, so practical! LOIS
MUEHL The future destiny of the child is always the work 36 Mother: A Book of
Patricia Harris - 2008 - 304 pages
|THE FUTURE DESTINY OF THE CHILD IS ALWAYS THE. WORK. OF. THE. |
MOTHER. —NAPOLEON BONAPARTE There seems to be a sort of presidential
configuration — saintly mother, loutish father. You see the pattern in Ronald ...
|Bible Future: That period of time in which our affairs prosper, our friends are true |
and our happiness is assured. - Bierce, Ambrose All ... Blake, William The future
destiny of the child is always the work of the mother. - Bonaparte, Napoleon ...
|Real-life parenting advise from a mom and dad of nineteen Pat Williams, Ruth |
Williams. and literature they gave us. As Napoleon himself said, “The future
destiny of a child is always the work of the mother.” Supporting that assertion are
|The mother usually begins by believing in them; and it was necessary, partly at |
least, for the illusion to exist and for her to believe it. These three responses are
always present; it is enough for one of them to go beyond its legitimate duration
or sin by excess, ... their destiny: to renounce having a place in thefuture
development of the mother—child relationship, to agree to encourage the ... had
once been necessary to him, in favour of change and movement in the future
|It has been truly said that the type of training given by any nation determines the |
future destiny of that nation. ... When the teacher takes the children into the
school she needs the cooperation of the parents in the work she is trying to
accomplish for ... BY MARGARET A. BARTLETT They were washing the new
dinner-set—Eva _' and her mother—and exclaiming over each delicate piece. ...
Always a lover of pretty, delicate “Say, Ma," she said, "what would you say if I
should drop them?
|When I moved to USA, after working for 15 years with the adolescents in an |
Indian University, I couldn't help noticing the chasm ... has always been
considered as a time of turmoil, when the children feel unsure of themselves and