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The Mother Thing makes our world.
I work pretty hard for a sufficient living, and therefore – yes, I do well.
More depended on the student than on the school.
Old age has a great sense of calm and freedom when the passions relax their hold, then, as Sophocles says, we are free from the grasp, not of one mad master only, but of many.
The military was providing him (George H.W. Bush) with an education that was not available at Andover or Yale.
Paraphrasing Plato's Republic: "Only people who have allowed themselves to be reformed by reality have it in themselves to reform their polis for the better.
He who is of a calm and happy nature will hardly feel the pressure of age. But to him who is of an opposite disposition, youth and age are equally a burden.
The Yale graduate who had refused to read outside the course curriculum (the future Pres. Taft) suddenly found himself inspired.
They ran their heads very hard against wrong ideas, and persisted in trying to fit the circumstances to the ideas instead of trying to extract ideas from the circumstances.
Apprehension of a painful or disagreeable recognition made me tremble. I am confident that it took no distinctness of shape, and that it was the revival for a few minutes of the terror of childhood.
Our wounds are the only thing humbling enough to break our attachment to our false self.
High school games would just as big a deal to me as any major league game.
We do not handle suffering. Suffering handles us.
Not every story started off big enough to notice.
It is only when you suffer that you truly understand.
He was one of those young men who possess an impressive store of facts, but no truths.
Because he was suffering doubts about himself and his future, Adams may have felt comfort demeaning the behavior and the character of women.
As is the case with many adolescents, Lewis's increased command over over the things of the world brought with it a corresponding atrophy of the moral sense.
The letter is too belligerent. If I were you, I would state the facts as they were, without the pepper and salt. Abraham Lincoln
It took him (Washington) more than a year to gain control over his own aggressive instincts.
Adams had gone to Harvard, Jefferson to William and Mary. Washington had gone to war.
The Atreides are known to start late getting there growth.
Barfield understood his epochal experience are not as a rebound from love sickness, but as a spiritual epiphany that cured a spiritual illness.
Our experiences are the building blocks of the future hewn out of the granite of the present.
College was at the heart of his sentimental imagination.
Sometimes God seems to be killing us when He is actually saving us.
One of George H. W. Bush's early teachers at Andover wrote, "At the moment he is intellectually immature for his powers of reasoning are not entirely developed.
The altar must be built in one place so that the fire may come down in another place.
Faith is the most unexercised muscle known to man.
Better to wait actively than passively.
I did not come into this Army to serve one man, to serve a friend.
No one can become and remain a theologian unless he is compelled again and again to be astonished at himself.
As long as my Duke remains unmarried some of the Great Houses can still hope for alliance.
We need to forgive the adolescent versions of ourselves, if only because we need the practice to forgive those who are maturing awkwardly in our lives.
The art of diplomacy is finding a reasonable route among imperfect alternatives.
Perhaps wherever you go first is what you judge everything else by.
Americans have a tendency to take much of our long-term economic, technological, medical, and social progress for granted, while assuming problems will only get worse. This is unwarranted.
Growing old is humbling and it takes effort to accomplish this stage of life with dignity.
anything that changes you forever, split my life into halves: Before and After.
Everything in Scripture is either preparation for the Gospel, presentation of the Gospel, or participation in the Gospel.
We grow before we even know what growth means. We just know, I see things differently now.
Theodore Roosevelt came to Dekota to experience the dying of one age with the slaying of a rare buffalo and the dawning of the West's industrial age.
In being able to learn from his mistakes and grow, Eisenhower "was transformed from a mere person into a personage.
How do you teach a classroom of Sybils who are breaking apart and reforming right in front of you?
One of the mitigating benefits of children is that they make a Lego habit more respectable.
They worried that fantasies were somehow inoculating me against more practical realities.
I didn't know how faith felt when it grew incrementally.
I take account of my life and find that I have lived a lot and learned very little.
At 17, the gratitude part of their brain is a little undercooked.
If boys would think, it would be well to give them less classwork and more opportunity for thought.