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|An arrow may fly through the air and leave no trace; but an ill thought leaves a |
trail like a serpent. - Mackay, Charles ... Madwed, Sidney Thinking and Thought:
Thoughts are funny little things, They can make paupers or make kings. -
|When we think before we act, or consider the consequences of our actions, we |
can prevent a great many disasters. ... For as British Statesman Edward F. Halifax
(1881 - 1959) said, "A person may dwell so long upon a thought that it may take
him prisoner. ... Sid Madwed makes a serious point in a lighthearted way in this
verse, "Thoughts are funny little things, They can make paupers or make kings."
|Hank Morgan awakens one morning to find he has been transported from nineteenth-century New England to sixth-century England and the reign of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.|
|If constructive thoughts are planted positive outcomes will be the result. Plant the |
seeds of failure and failure will follow. - Madwed, Sidney Thinking and Thought:
Thoughts are funny little things, They can make paupers or make kings.
|And shame on the mothers of mortals Who have not thought to teach Of the |
sorrow that lies in dear dumb eyes — The sorrow ... the sparrow That fashioned
man the king ; The God of the whole gave a spark of soul To furred and feathered
thing. ... neighbor, she leaned over and said, "Pardon me, madam, will you kindly
make your little boy square himself around ? ... anybody that I think I would like to
belong to, I scrouge up close to her so I can make believe that I really do belong
|What temperature will be obtained by condensing 10 g of steam to 100° In 1 Kg |
of water at 0°? 8. What weight of ... When did Edward VII become king of England
? Give three ... Mr. P. I should think Gordon might get some one to fill his pulpit for
a few Sundays and come home to make a visit. ... We won't have to lie in a
pauper's grave. ... Oh, the girls wrote to me that they were coming and so I
thought I would come too. ... They were lively little things and we watched them
play for awhile.
|I said they would have a good time if he didn't, and that the great thing in a |
surprise party was that the givers should have the ... It seemed to me that he
would have something besides tears in his voice, and I thought I would like to be
by and hear him. But when I read through the notiticat\on—it was from King Arthur
, and bore The Great Pcndragon of the Dragonship .... If you get out your little
hammer, and drive your little nail into his skull, he smiles blsndly when it reaches
his gray ...
|It is not so long since it was thought that education was unsuitable either for poor |
people or for gentlemen. ... I am always glad to make my little girl happy, and
nothing pleases me so much as to see that she likes books, for when ... coaches,
and beautiful clothes, and hundreds of servants, on condition that I should not
read books, I would not be a king. ... Most people seemed to think they would get
the greatest enjoyment from reading that which they enjoyed the most at the
Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor - 1876
|According to the pauper-helper's evidence, at a quarter past nine, " the mother |
said the chdd was cold and going black." Witness "took it to the fire for ten
minutes, and then thought that ... They cannot, liowevcr, be sure that clamour,
consequent on a Coroner's Jury's recommendation, will not possibly drive the ...
My income has been small, and my family large. ... Old age, and a glut of the
market have, however, brought me to a stand-still, i do wish some one would get
me up a " benefit.