A man ought to carry himself in the world as an orange tree would if it could walk up and down in the garden, swinging perfume from every little censer it holds up to the air
Quote by Henry Ward Beecher
The dog is the god of frolic.
Selfishness is that detestable vice which no one will forgive in others, and no one...
A book is good company. It is full of conversation without loquacity. It comes to...
Living is death; dying is life. We are not what we appear to be. On...
Tears are often the telescope by which men see far into heaven.
You and I do not see things as they are. We see things as we...
God pardons like a mother, who kisses the offense into everlasting forgiveness.
It is not work that kills men; it is worry. Worry is rust upon the...
When a nation's young men are conservative, its funeral bell is already rung
The soul without imagination is what an observatory would be without a telescope.
Every charitable act is a stepping stone toward heaven.
We never know the love of our parents for us till we have become parents.
The mother's heart is the child's schoolroom.
The unthankful heart...discovers no mercies; but let the thankful heart sweep through the day and,...
We are always on the anvil; by trials God is shaping us for higher things.
Riches without law are more dangerous than is poverty without law
Success is full of promise till one gets it, and then it seems like a...
The ignorant classes are the dangerous classes.
The advertisements in a newspaper are more full knowledge in respect to what is going...
It is not the going out of port, but the coming in, that determines the...