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|or the American legislatures (not then so long a remove from Providence as they |
are to-day) so disposed it that this man's proposal was repeatedly baffled. ...
Butler has Love is a boy by poets styled ; Then spare the rod and spoil the child.
|(1855) * Spare the rod and spoil the child. John Ray, English Proverbs. (1670) * |
They spare the rod and spoil the child. Ralph Venning, Mysteries and
Revelations, p. 5. (1649) * Love is a boy by poets styl'd; Then spare the rod, and
spoil the ...
|03.004 Spare the Rod Spoil the Child Rule If a person is not punished for doing |
wrong, more often than not, that person ends up spoiled. This rule has existed
since time immemorial, and it has withstood the test of time. It is being proven
|O dear my son, when a man lesser than thyself shall accost thee, prevent him in |
standing respectfully before him, and if he suffice ... But the neater form of the saw
was left to uninspired writers; witness "Spare the rod and spoil the child," which ...
|It's easy to misconstrue the adage “Spare the rod and spoil the child.” It seems to |
mean, “Don't hit your child with a rod. Spoil him instead.” But it doesn't mean that.
It means, “If you spare the rod, then you will end up spoiling the child.” So don't ...
|How valid is the proverb “spare the rod and spoil the child” as a defense for |
corporal punishment? The actual biblical ... In addition, the rod may refer to the
shepherd's staff, which was used to guide—rather than hit—sheep. Carey TA:
|Baby Louisa had the dark hair and brown eyes of the May family rather than the |
light hair and blue eyes of the Alcott family. And before long her father was ... “
Spare the rod and spoil the child” was a familiar saying. Abigail and Bronson
|You see before you, my friends, a living sufferer from that old, old doctrine, " |
Spare the rod and spoil the child. ... better than the rest of you — it's a failure, ah !
my teachers did not spare the rod, but they came pretty near spoiling this child,
|But come on, delivering a child must be the furthest thing on the mind of the |
president's assistant on media and publicity. ... that popular admonition, “Spare
the rod and spoil the child,” and then switched it to, “Spare the rod and spun the