Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book: Containing the Inspired and Inspiring Selections Gathered During a Life Time of Discriminating Reading for His Own Use
A vast collection of more than seven hundred quotations meant to inspire genius, this scrapbook contains favored sayings of the late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century essayist Elbert Hubbard.
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So each spring sees a million glorious beginnings , a sunlit heaven in every opening leaf , warm perfection in every stirring egg , hope and fear and beauty beyond computation in every forest tree ; and in the autumn before the snows ...
... by the fears inspired by millions of soldiers and guardians of civilization , torn from their homes and besotted by discipline , to protect our pleasures with loaded revolvers against the possible interference of the famishing !
I can forgive much in that fellow mortal who would rather make men swear than women weep ; who would rather have the hate of the whole world than the contempt of his wife ; who would rather call anger to the eyes of a king than fear to ...
I hardly fear his terrible shape , It seems so like my own— It seems so like my own Because of the fasts I keep : O God ! that bread should be so dear , And flesh and blood so cheap ! " " The Song of the Shirt , " by Thomas Hood I met ...
80 90 EAR not that thy life shall come to an end , but rather fear that it shall never have a beginning . -Cardinal Newman . 30 de Be sure that religion cannot be right that a man is the worse for having . -William Penn .
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A variety of materials collected without citation to sources, and not in any topical or sequential order, and not organized with a Table of Contents. However, three Indexes are provided with nice ... Read full review
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Limited preview - 1999