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Strength is born in the deep long-suffering hearts ; not amid sil-enco of joy. Mrs. Hernans. By afflictions God is spoiling us of what otherwise might have spoiled us. When he makes the world too hot for us to hold, we Powell. let it go. No Christian but has his Gethseinane; but every praying Christian will find there is no Gethsemane without its angel. T. Binney. With the wind of tribulation God separates, in the floor of the soul, the wheat from the chaff. Molinos. We are apt to over-look the hand and heart of Goa in our afflictions, and to consider them as mere accidents, and unavoidable evils.
Overbury. duce. Distinguished birth is like a cipher : it has no power in itself like wealth, or talent, or personal excellence, but it tells, with all the power of a cipher, when added to either of the others. Boyes. The pride and of blood has a beneficial influence. - JDisrat'li. AncedotCH are HOiuotimoH th bout vehicles and if striking ami appropriate mnro iinprosHivti and powerful than argument. Trytm Edirnrtis. Occasionally a Hinglo antidote opontj a character biography hart it nomparativo anatomy, and a saying or a twntimont enables the Hkillful hand to coiwtruet tho of truth, aro often ; would be more honorable to our distinguished ancestors to praise them words less, but in deeds to imitate them It more.
0. TV". Holmes. No sensible person ever made an apology. Emerson. ") Apothegms are the wisdom of the past condensed for the instruction and guidance of the present. Try on Edwards. The short sayings of wise and good men are of great value, like the dust of gold, or the sparks of diamonds. Tillotson. Apothegms to thinking minds are the seeds from which spring vast fields of new thought, that may be further cultivated, beautified, and enlarged. Ramsay. Apothegms are in history, the same as pearls in the sand, or gold in the mine.
A DICTIONARY OF THOUGHTS by Tryon Edwards