hard-working man, and a little word may cheer him. Here, I have a line already” ]
Wealth is good, health is better, character is best.
Citizens of the new world,
Children of the promise,
So let us live!
Love to learn, and learn to love.
Remember to forget your troubles, but don't forget to remember your blessings.
For Mr. Charles Gallup
, who had written to her several times without receiving a reply, she wrote--
If one by name Gallup
Desires to wallop
A friend who too slowly responds,
She will plead that her age
Has attained such a stage
She is held hand and foot in its bonds.
Here, again, are a few sentences, gathered from various calendars.
The little girls on the school bench, using or misusing their weekly allowance, are learning to build their future house, or pluck it down.
No gift can make rich those who are poor in wisdom.
In whatever you may undertake, never sacrifice quality for quantity, even when quantity pays and quality does not.
For so long, the body can perform its functions and hold together, but what term is set for the soul?
Nothing in its make — up foretokens a limited existence.
Its sentence would seem to be, “Once and always.”
The verses in the notebooks are by no means all “by request.”
The rhyming fit might seize her anywhere, at any time.
She wrote the rough draft on whatever was at hand, often on the back of note, circular, or