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|Langbien Rare is the person who can weigh the faults of others without putting |
his thumb on the scales. - Langenfield, Byron J. Trust no friend without faults, and
love a woman, but no angel. - Lessing, Doris It is always well to accept your own
|If this is done, ihere is no doubt but the Boy Scout movement will be a permanent |
organization in this country. ... Three things to wish for — Health, friends, a
cheerful spirit. ... «t Angels may have their sphere of usefulness up in heaven, but
down in this world no angel can compare with a sensible, patient, Christ-loving
woman. ... While the dramatic has no particular value in itself as a means of
religious impression, and while the operatic is to be condemned without
qualification when ...
|Doris Lessing's best-known and most influential novel, The Golden Notebook retains its extraordinary power and relevance decades after its initial publication.|
Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1874
|A harsh word to a loving woman, if it come from one she loves or regards, is as |
frost to a flower. ... Independent of these exterior influences no one of us Can
ever be, without doing violence to her nature and Without having lost ... But it is
the distinctive privilege of the Christian to have one overarching and supreme
trust in God, which is the counterpart of every ... Surrounded as one may be by
helps, by institutions, by friends, by circumstances, there are openings in every
man's life that ...
|with much earnestness, "there was no fault on his part; he made superhuman |
exertions to rescue me, and at serious risk to himself. ... danger, but even his life,
rather than not have rescued yourself or any other lady from peril ; but he should
never have allowed such a dangerous spot to be unguarded. ... I trust she will
never do that without stopping to rest a bit. ... come himself or introduce a friend to
a parent's home, than he does here — indeed, he is all I have left to love in this
|Then again it was part of the girl's character, and arose, not only from one or two |
of her predominant faults, but from some of her good qualities, that throughout
her life she had made no close friendships, and had never even fancied herself "
in love." That the people with whom ... If she could not have a friend whom she
might trust, admire, respect, — she would live without friendship. It must be
|You know it will not be blessed unless you do." I answered, "No, I had never |
thought of such a thing: nobody had ever asked nie to do it." So ho said, " Come
back, dear friend, come back: I am very busy, but como back." So with an earnest
|The ladies looked round to try if they could see Sir William Maberley, but in vain ; |
and as no gentleman came forward to ... leave, my dear brother, to present you to
Sir John and Lady Wallington, and the Miss Wallingtons; and this is my friend
Miss ... taking him on one side, " I trust you are too sensible a man to be affected
by the impertinence of women, or to think the ... they no\v wish recalled ; but for
my sake, and for Caroline's sake, who is a little angel, and [ dare say behaved
like one, ...
|Lean hard on me; my love I'll prove. Look up and ... Look up and trust when death |
draws near ; Rest thou in me and peaceful be; Trust in my care and have no fear.
Look up ... friend ; No harm shall fall, but I through all With thee shall be until the
end. ... "He will give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. ...
When we refuse to obey, disaster will follow; and the loss will be our own fault. ...
We reason that we can preach without the seminary course, which may be true.
|I this da)' perform my promise ; not over anxious to gain, but desirous to deserve, |
their approbation; and willing to hope, ... The world, in your eyes, has no caprice ;
fortune, no vicissitude ; friendship is without insincerity ; attachment, without ... In
the choice of books, consutt the wisdom and experience of some tried friend,on
whose judgment you can safely rely. ... The female voice is never less pleasing,
than when wised to enumerate the faults of others ; never more melodious, than ...