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" No character, however harmoniously framed and gloriously gifted, can be complete without this abiding principle : it is the cement which binds the whole moral edifice together, without which all power, goodness, intellect, truth, happiness, love itself,... "
Chambers's Edinburgh Journal - Página 190
1845
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The Saturday Magazine, Volumen14

1839
...brevity of life, and the vanity of all sublunary enjoyments. DUTY is far more than love. It is the upholding law through which the weakest become strong,...existence crumbles away from under us, and leaves us at last sitting in the midst of a ruin, — astonished at our own desolation. MBS. JAMESON. LONDON : JOHN...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volúmenes14-15

1839
...brevity of life, and the vanity of all sublunary enjoyments. DUTY is far more than love. It is the upholding law through which the weakest become strong,...have no permanence ; but all the fabric of existence crum bles away from under us, and leaves us at last sitting in th« midst of a ruin, — astonished...
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The Boys' and girls' companion for leisure hours, ed. by J. and M ..., Volumen1

1857
...Lyceum of Natural History of New York.— Brewster'i Journal DUTY. DUTY is far more than love. It is the upholding law through which the weakest become strong, without which all strength is as unstable as water. No character, however harmoniously flamed and gloriously gifted, can be complete...
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Many thoughts of many minds. Compiled by H. Southgate

Henry Southgate - 1862
...the most useful part of philosophy. WlMttly. DUTY— Mature of. Duty is far more than love. It is the upholding law through which the weakest become strong,...however harmoniously framed and gloriously gifted, can bo complete without this abiding principle : it is the cement which binds the whole moral edifice together,...
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The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany

1863
...— John xii. 6. LEVI. — Mark ix. 9 ; Luke v. 27. DUTY. — Duty is far more than love. It is the upholding law through which the weakest become strong,...water. No character, however harmoniously framed and glorious] v gifted, can be complete without this abiding principle: it is the cement which binds the...
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The book of good devices, ed. by G. Golding

Godfrey Golding - 1873
...the cement which binds the whole moral .2 edifice together ; without which, all power, goodness, 3.> intellect, truth, happiness, love itself, can have...existence crumbles away from under us, and leaves us at last sitting in the midst of a ruin, astonished at our own desola- 1 0) tion." Duty is based upon a...
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Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay: With Indexes...

Samuel Austin Allibone - 1876 - 764 páginas
...more religious from whose habitudes the same proceed. HOOKER. Duty is far more than love. It is the upholding law through which the weakest become strong,...existence crumbles away from under us, and leaves us at last sitting in the midst of a ruin, — astonished at our own desolation. MRS. JAMESON. He who can...
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Character

Samuel Smiles - 1876 - 388 páginas
...whereas, inspired by it, the weakest becomes strong and full of courage. " Duty," says Mrs. Jameson, " is the cement which binds the whole moral edifice...existence crumbles away from under us, and leaves us at last sitting in the midst of a ruin, astonished at our own desolation." Duty is based upon a sense...
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Maxims of the wise and good

Maxims - 1876 - 304 páginas
...their deeds, but according to their endeavours. — Henry. DUTY. |UTY is far more than love. It is the upholding law through which the weakest become strong,...gifted, can be complete without this abiding principle. — Mrs. Jameson. To do good to men is the great work of life ; to make them true Christians is the...
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How to get on

Godfrey Golding - 1877
...inspired by it, the weakest becomes strong and full of courage. " Duty," says Mrs. Jame- <c CO * son, "is the cement which binds the whole moral edifice...permanence ; but all the fabric of existence crumbles ;1 £T away from under us, and leaves us at last sitting in s- the midst of a ruin, astonished at our...
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