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|Quotation: there is a slowness in affairs which ripen them, and a slowness which |
rots them. Don't let other people catch you up in their impatience for an important
decision from you. Pray about it. Prayer is meant to ask the unseen about what ...
|Look at how well this principle is described by the eighteenth century French |
priest Jacques Roux, ”There is a slowness in affairs which ripens them, and a
slowness which rots them.” Part of the human experience is coping with illness.
When it ...
|Rousseau, Jean Jacques There is a slowness in affairs which ripens them, and a |
slowness which rots them. - Roux, Joseph Have patience. All things are difficult
before they become easy. - Saadi The patience of the hunter is always greater ...
|George Jackson THERE IS A SLOWNESS IN AFFAIRS WHICH RIPENS THEM, |
AND A SLOWNESS WHICH ROTS THEM. Joseph Rous 1725—1793, French
Artist LIKE FARMERS WE NEED TO LEARN THAT WE CANNOT SOW AND
|Told in the honest and unforgettable voices of Aaron; his mother, Dawn; and his psychologist, Mike, this inspiring book completes Aaron’s transformation from a nameless casualty into a resounding voice for change.|
|When grounds are ploughed ' wet, their moisture and slow evaporation make |
them concrete Very firmly. ... and consequently the roots, are vigorous, no feed is
perfected ; whereas, when the feed is ripening, the branches and roots pulh little,-
|Wait till the weeds ripen their seeds, and then carefully pull them up and place |
them in a heap ; pull them up, or hoe, or plow them, when a foot high ; or destroy
them when a ... The single horse cultivator is quite slow enough in in its work.
|Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, and Rural and Domestic Affairs . ... It is the |
same hot sun which forces them to a rapid fructification, before they have had
time to concoct their juices. ... In the south, a forcing sun brings the potato to
fructification before the roots have had time to attain their proper size, or ripen
into the proper qualities for nourishment. In Ireland the plant grows slow, through
a long and cool season, giving time for its juices to be elaborated and properly
|OF RURAL AFFAIRS. ... Wait till the weeds ripen their seeds, and then carefully |
pull them up and place them in a heap; pull them up, or hoe, or plow them, when
a foot high; ... The single horse cultivator is quite slow enough in in its work.
|Seckel is well known for its high flavor and unsurpassed richness and excellence |
; the tree a slow grower, but hardy and productive. ... There are several other
valuable autumn pears which might be added to this list, such as Sheldon,
Clapp's Favorite, Urbaniste, Autumn Paradise, Doyenne du ... Many fine crops
are spoiled by allowing them to ripen on the tree, causing core-rot, and wasting