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Tryon Edwards quotes about Anger
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Tryon Edwards quotes about Death
Sinful and forbidden pleasures are like poisoned bread they may satisfy appetite for the moment, but there is death in them at the end.
We weep over the graves of infants and the little ones taken from us by death but an early grave may be the shortest way to heaven.
Tryon Edwards quotes about Education
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- To rule one's anger is well to prevent it is better.
- Right actions in the future are the best apologies for bad actions in the past.
- Every parting is a form of death, as every reunion is a type of heaven.
- Sinful and forbidden pleasures are like poisoned bread they may satisfy appetite for the moment, but there is death in them at the end.
- We weep over the graves of infants and the little ones taken from us by death but an early grave may be the shortest way to heaven.
- The great end of education is to discipline rather than to furnish the mind to train it to the use of its own powers, rather than fill it with the accumulation of others.
- Science has sometimes been said to be opposed to faith, and inconsistent with it. But all science, in fact, rests on a basis of faith, for it assumes the permanence and uniformity of natural laws - a thing which can never be demonstrated.
- Compromise is but the sacrifice of one right or good in the hope of retaining another - too often ending in the loss of both.
- Seek happiness for its own sake, and you will not find it seek for duty, and happiness will follow as the shadow comes with the sunshine.
- Age does not depend upon years, but upon temperament and health. Some men are born old, and some never grow so.