The Florida School Journal, Volumes 7-8

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V.E. Orr, 1893 - Education

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Page 33 - Be not curious to know the affairs of others, neither approach to those that speak in private. Undertake not what you cannot perform, but be careful to keep your promise. Be not tedious in discourse. Speak not evil of the absent, for it is unjust.
Page 18 - more knowledge at five or six years old than other children, what use can be made of it? It will be lost before it is wanted.—Dr. Johnson. It is often well to pretend not to notice some actions of children. If we can overlook the faults of our friends, should we not sometimes do as much with respect to the faults of our children.—
Page 48 - I have brought myself by long meditation to the conviction that a human being with a settled purpose must accomplish it; and that nothing can resist a will that will stake even existence for its fulfillment.
Page 24 - If you could once make up your mind, in the fear of God, never to undertake more work of any sort than you can carry on calmly, quietly, without hurry or flurry, and the instant you feel yourself nervous and like one out of breath, would stop and take breath, you would find this simple,
Page 31 - Minnesota, Nebraska, Upper Canada, Roumania, Bulgaria, AustriaHungary, South of Russia, Germany, Switzerland, South of England. August—Central and Northern Minnesota, the Dakotas, Manitoba, Lower Canada, Colombia, Belgium, Holland, Great Britain, Denmark, Poland, Central Russia. September and October.—Scotland, Sweden, Norway, North of Russia. November.—Peru,
Page 10 - great part, the individual effort and competition on which society rests, and substitute for it co-operative action, would introduce a more .perfect and equal distribution of the products of labor, and would make land and capital as the instrument and means of
Page 1 - on the 31st day of March, the 30th day of June, the 30th day of September, and the 31st day of December, in each year, or as soon thereafter as practicable, the Treasurer
Page 23 - he heard a noise. 9. To speak within bounds, I am the chief person of the municipality. 10. Demigods could not have done what they failed to do.
Page 14 - destroys a greater horde," The Turk asserts, "than does the sword." The Persian proverb wisely saith, "A lengthy tongue—an early death." Or sometimes takes this form instead, "Don't let your tongue cut off your head." "The tongue can speak a word whose speed," Says the Chinese, "outstrips the steed." While Arab sages this impart: "The tongue's great storehouse is the heart.

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