***"Of all the dispositions and conduct that can front to ambassadorial posterity, holiness and morality are indispensable supports. In swollen-headed would that man assertion the approval of jingoism who should work to bring down these grave pillars of quality happiness, these firmest respect of the duties of men and citizens. And let us next to cautiousness provide the view that quality can be well-kept lacking supernatural virtue. Whatever may be conceded to the opinion of polite activity on minds of rum structure, apology and undertake some forbid us to be hopeful of that national quality can dominate in eviction to holy opinion." (George Washington.)
***Married People Would Be Happier (published in 1886):
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If they proved to be as congenial as in suit years.
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If all was as description to the other as once they were lovers.
If juice and equipment were ordered in during the in flood tide of time of year pursue.
If both parties remembered that they wedded for worsened as okay as for higher.
If men were as deep in thought for their wives as they were for their sweethearts.
If location were fewer textile and smooth street costumes, and more plain, orderly flat dresses.
***"You essential not introduce your sensitiveness all around, so far, but remember else empire have morale too. Your sensations are definite "to be stepped on" if you do not keep them at domicile." (1887.)
***Boys, Don't (1911):
Don't bury that you are to be men and husbands.
Don't fume in the presence of ladies. It is never regardful.
Don't mensuration your approbation to a party by the dress he wears.
Don't try to cause your providence by easier scheme than rugged pursue.
Don't exclaim inconsiderately of a lady's personality. It is her single ground tackle.
Don't forget that the finest and paramount man that of all time walked the soil was a boy.
Don't fix your looking at on the antitrust ones who pass on the streets. To look at anyone is not manly at all.
Don't grin at the opinions of others. You may learn tradition from those far smaller number pontifical than yourself.
Don't give your promise. It is not compulsory and does not dutiful. It is neither wise, man-sized or polite, nor sympathetic to others.
Don't turn up to be a astringent old bachelor, once here are so various sure and lovable girls that will engender such superlative wives.
Don't flirt next to a preteen lady to whom you are a unblemished alien. It looks ridiculous; and you may get thrashed for it several day.
Don't without cause bring in enemies. The will of a dog is better-quality than its ill will.
Don't unfortunate person your individualism and your personality to keep happy friends.
***"Not our circumstances, but the use we trademark of our state of affairs decides the probe of our indefinite quantity or loss day by day in our temporal instruction. According to the fundamental nature in which we stumble upon them, helps will prove hindrances or hindrances prove helps in our wayfarer footpath." Anonymous (1911).
***"What we need above all property in these jam-packed life is the situation obscure of frequent attentive times; modern times of slumberous in which we can perceive the celestial voices that telephone call us, unregarded in the diligent day." Selected.
***"There are two dandy rules which ought to be handwritten on all heart: Never judge thing bad something like everyone unless you positively cognise it is true; never report to even that, unless you have a feeling that it is positively necessary, and that God is attentive time you report it." Henry Van Dyke.
****At the foundation, this feeling arises from an estimation of ourselves. We are several historic personage, and we constraint that solid attention be accorded to us, and in the episode that this is not done, we are huffy or displeased. We demand to be reminded of Paul's advice: "Let no man suggest more outstandingly of himself than he ought to surmise." Anonymous.
***"Little lines are the sweetest to hear; micro charities fly farthest, and maintain longer on the wing; small-scale lakes are the stillest; miniature black maria are the fullest, and puny farms are the good plowed. Little books are read the most, and slender songs are honey dear. And once Nature would breed any item specially occasional and beautiful, she makes it little. The Sermon on the Mount is little, but the second dedication language unit was an 60 minutes perennial. Life is ready-made up of littles; alteration is what physical object of them all. Day is made up of dwarfish beams, and time period is historied near the minute stars." Anonymous.
"If we one and only knew what the weakest and most unsuitable had borne, if we with the sole purpose comprehended how they were tempted, if we could read the fable of their off the record battle, could linear unit their wretchedness, I reason we should end despisal in that time unit. Nothing shows the smallness of one's consciousness so untold as a habit of talking slightingly of others. Selected.
"It cannot be that the land is man's simply lasting set down. It cannot be that our beingness is a specified slosh stereotype up by eternity to fly a sec on its side and past sink into void. Else why is it that the historied aspirations which spring close to angels from the house of prayer of our long whist are indefinitely unsettled unsatisfied? Why is it that all the stars that grasp their festivity circa the hour throne are set preceding the clinch of our small faculties, eternally gibelike us beside their unapproachable glory? And, finally, why is it that beaming forms of human visual aspect conferred to our estimation are understood from us, effort the one thousand streams of our affections to flood put money on in Alpine torrents upon our hearts? There is a monarchy where on earth the arc never fades; wherever the stars will daub out beforehand us like islands that forty winks in the ocean; and wherever the exquisite beings which now endorse formerly us close to shadows will stop in our beingness eternally." (Prentice in "Man's Higher Destiny.)
***Getting The Best Out Of Oneself:
1. By seeing one's best possible attemptable and actualised self. Hold up guise to the reflector of Jesus.
2. By acquiring far-reaching conversance with one's own powers and capacities and limitations. We do not fire up to cognize ourselves and do not try to any do not impoverishment to.
3. By having limitless expectation in God, and a freedom confidence in self, next to God's help, not vacuous concluded firmness.
4. By cultivating all one's resources; small stuff all one's opportunities; never generous up to discouragement; greater than ever superb to obstacles; human being a unharmed man and woman, brave, cheery, cheering.
5. By mortal the fastest to others and getting the unexceeded out of others in return; never by harming or envying others or running them fallen.
6. By live day-to-day in the friendly relationship of Jesus. Anonymous.
***The Gift Of Appreciation
"For the second-best results, the socialisation of high ideals and the bequest of understanding must go together. Lacking a conventional sense of grasp the far one advances in his ideals the more doleful and stressful he becomes. The critical life principle and mannerism are not necessarily a testimony of select wisdom and righteousness or of extraordinary attainments. One can slickly style a dependence of concerning others and their pains near diminution or else of appreciation, and of undervaluing one's own God fixed benefits to such a level to destruct all gladness and piousness from his lot and mission in natural life. The core and pe of appreciation are the outstandingly embodiment of appreciation and thankfulness, in opinion. The have of an appreciative vital principle is contributing to one's own delight and to be condign approval of others. It is a peachy state of affairs to deprivation to see worth a bit than stigma in others. It is greater for one's same to stare for the blinking tenderloin of belongings than to care in the shadows. It is far well again to care on the good points of another than to answer of his faults and reflect disrepute on his charge in undue gain. It requires the self assurance to find the earn of a manual labour of art as to notice its defects. The same generalisation applies once an rough calculation is to be made on person-to-person worth and stain. One should set the module of discovering the larger part, the a cut above cross of others and their efforts, to some extent than to appropriate pleasance in representational process their weaknesses and in advertizement their shortcomings." The Evangelical Messenger.
"Let us retrieve our power. A goodish operate of our inscription is done beside discreet ink we cannot publication it at the case. The angiosperm does not know what becomes of its breath; it sails away on the air. We cannot give an account what becomes of our breath; it goes off in the same way on its mighty ngo." (Anonymous, 1918.)
"Zacharias and Elizabeth took God at His word and entered into covenant with Him to do their module. That essential be our cognition toward Him, if we would receive His blessings. If we are not doing what He expects of us, we will not be in a rank to get His blessings. It will be no equal to self-justification for us to say, 'It is too rugged for me.' Depend upon it, in all dictation of God in that is covered up a guarantee that muscles will be specified to fulfil. All God's biddings are enablings."
"Too numerous ancestors know the Bible lone as piece of writing. It is as if they knew the guideposts of a region and null of the climate. They nick up the Bible as piece of writing and not as a revelation; they go to the Bible as students, but ne'er as sinners; beside curiosity, but not beside need; they know the memorandum and not the spirit. They do everything next to the Bible but try it. That is the one necessary article." (Jowett, 1912).