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|Thomas Aquinas Sufficient to each day are the duties to be done and the trials to |
be endured. God never built a Christian strong ... Theodore Roosevelt The line of
life is a ragged diagonal between duty and desire. William R. Alger The most ...
|Life is a sleep. Live and let live. Life is changeable. A. de Musset. Schiller. |
Plautus. Life is short, yet sweet. Henry Vof Germany. Lucretius. What a short life is
this. ... The line of life is a ragged diagonal between duty and desire. W. R. Alger.
|THE THE The life of an animal, until the hour of his death, pas set h away in |
disciplines, in elevations and depressions, in unions and separations.
Hitopadcsa. ... The line of life is a ragged diagonal between duty and desire. IK. A
|Who shall separate us from the Crucified ? —Lucy A. Bennett. — The bread of life |
Is love : the salt of life Is work ; the sweetness of life, poetry ; the water of life, faith.
— Anon. — The line of life Is a ragged diagonal between duty and desire.— IV.
|Life has been awfully injured when it looks only back. David Swing. Oft in my way |
have I stood still, though but a casual passenger, so much I felt the awfulness of
life. Wordsworth. The line of life is a ragged diagonal between duty and desire.
|The bread oi life is love ; the salt oi his is work; the sweetness oi liic, poetry; the |
water of life. iaith.— Anon. - — The line oi life is a ragged diagonal between duty
and desire.—W. R. Alger. — We judge ourselves by what we feel capable oi ...
|We live in deeds, not years ; in thoughts, I Life, whether in this world or any other, |
is not breaths ; in feelings, not in figures on a , the sum of our attainment, our
experience, our dial ... The line of life is a ragged diagonal between duty and
|The line of life is a ragged diagonal between duty and desire. -Alger, William R. |
No eulogy is due to him who simply does his duty and nothing more. - Augustine,
St. He who is false to present duty breaks a thread in the loom, and will find the ...
|Though pride may spurn the toiling crowd, The faded garb, the napless hat, Yet |
God and Nature cry aloud — The man is none the worse for that. f The line of life
is a ragged diagonal between duty and desire. — W. R. Alger. For Church ...
|W. In 1nid—ocean t e rise in temperature with decrease in latitude is quite |
uniform between the 52d and 33d parallels. ... Where silent things weave in and
out And ragged seaweeds grow. ... "Among her passenger list was included
many prominent in this country's political and business life. ... and speaks
decidedly well for the efficiency with which the vessels of this line are handled at
this end; this is entrusted to Swayne & Hoyt, under the direct supervision of “Andy
" Moran, the flrm's ...