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" ... each stands for the whole world. What is so great as friendship, let us carry with what grandeur of spirit we can. Let us be silent, — so we may hear the whisper of the gods. Let us not interfere. Who set you to cast about what you should say to... "
Essays, First Series - Page 170
by Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1879 - 290 pages
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Exercises in Punctuation

Adele Millicent Smith - 1905 - 149 pages
...house then he walked straight ahead, with short steps, to the window, of which he caught a glimpse 5. The only reward of virtue is virtue the only way to have a friend is to be one 6. He has sought no worldly honors he has been truthful he has denied himself all luxuries he has lived...
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The Emerson Birthday-book ...

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1906
...are punished by fear. only money of God is God. He pays never with anything less, or anything else. The only reward of virtue is virtue ; the only way to have a friend is to be one. COME thoughts always find us young, and keep us so. Such a thought is the love of the universal and...
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Select Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1907 - 245 pages
...Who set you to cast about2 what you should say to the select souls, or how to say any thing to such? No matter how ingenious, no matter how graceful and...you to say aught is to be frivolous. Wait, and thy 20 heart shall speak. Wait until the necessary and everlasting overpowers you, until day and night...
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Manual of Composition and Rhetoric

John Hays Gardiner, George Lyman Kittredge, Sarah Louise Arnold - 1907 - 500 pages
...five and twenty. He may be right or wrong in his opinion, | but | he is too clear-headed to be unjust. The only reward of virtue is virtue; | the only way to have a friend is to be one. We talk of choosing our friends, | but | friends are self-elected. A river overflows and turns a fruitful...
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Emerson

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1908 - 303 pages
...Who set you to cast about what you should say to the select souls, or how to say anything to such ? No matter how ingenious, no matter how graceful and...of your lips. The | only reward of virtue is virtue ; (he | t — only way to have a friend is to be y one. You shall not come nearer a ' man by getting...
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The Harvard Classics, Volume 5

Charles William Eliot - 1909
...interfere. Who set you to cast about what you should say to the select souls, or to say anything to such? No matter how ingenious, no matter how graceful and...you to say aught is to be frivolous. Wait, and thy soul shall speak. Wait until the necessary and everlasting overpowers you, until day and night avail...
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Essays and English Traits

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1909 - 493 pages
...innumerable degrees of folly and wisdom, and for you to say aught is to be frivolous. Wait, and thy soul shall speak. Wait until the necessary and everlasting...and night avail themselves of your lips. The only money of God is God. He pays never with any thing less, or any thing else. The only reward of virtue...
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The Wealth of Friendship

1909 - 210 pages
...contrary, great good qualities are requisite to make amends for their having wealth, title, and office. The only reward of virtue, is virtue : The only way to have a friend, is to be one. It is not the office of a friend to be sour, or at any time morose; but free, open, and ingenuous,...
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Select Essays and Addresses: Including The American Scholar

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1912 - 275 pages
...Who set you to cast about what you should say to the select souls, or how to say anything to such ? No matter how ingenious, no matter how graceful and bland. There are innumerable 23 degrees of folly and wisdom, and for you to say aught is to be frivolous. Wait, and thy heart shall...
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From Me to You: A Gift of Friendly Thoughts

Edwin Osgood Grover - 1911 - 64 pages
...•*•» mean and the cowardly can never know what true friendship is. — Charles Kingsley * J* J* E only reward of virtue, is virtue: The only way to have a friend is to be one. — Emerson J* J* Jf TS' a-wearying for you, All the time a-feelin' blue, Restless — don't know what...
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