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|Henry Rollins There will be no place to stand if you do not stand for what is right. - |
Sensei Sabah Saud Thus, ... Jack Dempsey We never fail when we try to do our
duty, we always fail when we neglect to do it. - Robert Baden-Powell It is not the ...
|CHAPTER SEVENTEEN How the Humane Society's Investigation Failed We |
never fail when we try to do our duty, we only fail when we neglect to do it. Robert
Baden—Powell THROUGHOUT THIS STORY, legal considerations keep
|This is the reason that so many say, "I tried Christianity or religion and there is |
nothing to it." The fact of it ... The body cannot be neglected without disease and
death. ... And God has provided salvation, but He will not repent, or consecrate,
or believe, or do our duty for us. We have a part also, and the reason so many fail
is because they seem to think that the soul can live with less care than the body.
... The old proverb is true, "Flying birds are never taken in the snare of the fowler."
|Strength for to-day is all that we need, As there never will be ft to-morrow ; For to-|
morrow will be but another to-day, With ... but too often we fail to notice it, too
often we refuse the new supply and try to feed our souls with the stale remnants
of ... If we try to do our best always, if we are true to our highest thought of right
and duty, though our life and the place in ... No one rises to greater things by
neglect of present duty, and only those who are true in little things can be true in
|Suppose the Convention did make a mistake in one. or more matters pertaining |
to our missionary work, shall we let that fact stand in the way of doing our duty by
the perishing'i Nay, rather let us do our full part and trust the Lord to enable the
next ... God help us to stand by the cause of His beloved Son and never to allow it
to trail in the dust. Think of ... If we disobey Jesus, we must fail, for without . ...
might as well try to wade the Atlantic ocean from shore to shore. as to try to teach
|Those who are well, often think that we invalids have nothing to do with the |
outside world, and are, therefore, much less exposed to temptation. ... How
helplessly we sink when our props fail us ! In our weakness, any duty to which we
are unequal seems doubly trying. Small efforts appear great to us who are
always ill, and great ones impossible. ... to bear them quietly and cheerfully, and
not become unhappy or sentimental over our sad state, else we shall never be
able to endure it.
|We are apt to become like those with whom we freely associate ; and although |
we do not mean to imitate their faults, and do not ... To be safe, therefore, we
should never trust ourselves unnecessarily with any but good people. ... It is our
duty to love all men ; let us, therefore, try to speak well of every one, and we shall
soon love them. ... we are tardy, or otherwise fail in our duty, the more frequently
shall we be likely to do so, and the more injury shall we do others, of course, by
|Now, newspaper reporters are not the only kind ; in fact we ourselves are at |
present reporters, and we should get ... When we therefore form our prayers let
us always open with a tribute to God and ... This is our duty, and if it is such and
we do not execute it we are neglecting one of our most sacred requirements. ... A
good plan is to begin at home with our friends before we try with strange boys. ...
Some boys will get three Members in as many weeks and will then fail to get one
|... field to the virtuous man, in which be can never expatiate without discovering |
new beauties and experiencing fresh delight. ... We shall not attempt an
enumeration of those duties, as, in no two cases, will they be found to be
precisely the same. ... better purpose, than when our minds are distracted by the
recollection of duties which we have neglected to perform. ... If we fail in our plans
of worldly ambition or enterprize, it arises from an overstocked market, the
unfaithfulness of our ...
|will see only what we neglect, and will insist upon it, and build their system upon |
it. ... each of us brings with him into the world, — which we did not make, and yet
which almost as much determine what we are to be, ... Duties which are easy to
one, another finds difficult or impossible. It is with morals as it is with art. Two
children are taught to draw ; one learns with ease, the other hardly or never. ... A
man who can leap five yards may think that he can leap six ; yet he may try and