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124 ページ - I call a complete and generous education that which fits a man to perform justly, skillfully, and magnanimously, all the offices, both private
362 ページ - Kind hearts are the gardens, Kind thoughts are the roots, Kind words are the blossoms, Kind deeds are the fruits; Love is the sweet sunshine That warms into life, For only in darkness
124 ページ - Council of Trent. Thirdly, what he had best do under the circumstances—that is to say, what kind of faculties he possesses; what are the present state and wants of mankind; what is his place in society; and what are the readiest means in his power of obtaining happiness and diffusing it. The man who knows these things,
360 ページ - Education is a vital force in the reformation of fallen men and women; its tendency is to quicken the intellect, inspire selfrespect, excite to higher aims, and afford a healthful substitute for low and vicious amusements. Education is therefore a matter of primary importance in
218 ページ - educate itself. It is the arousing the child's mind to think, without thinking for it; it is the awakening of its powers to observe, to remember, to reflect, to combine. It is not a cultivation of the memory to the neglect of everything else; but it is a calling forth of all the faculties into harmonious action.
124 ページ - has had his will so subdued in the learning of them that he is ready to do what he knows he ought, I should call educated; and the man who knows them not, uneducated—though he could talk all the tongues of Babel.
74 ページ - I have ships that went to sea, More than fifty years ago; None have yet come home to me, But keep sailing to and fro. I have seen them in my sleep, Plunging through the shoreless deep, With tattered
213 ページ - of all the School-Books published in this country own Webster as their standard, and of the remainder, few acknowledge any standard. Can the same amount be expended in any way to benefit schools more than by supplying each with a copy of Webster's Unabridged?