If thou hast gathered nothign in thy Youth, how canst thou finde anything in thine age?

prefer solid sense to wit, never study to be diverting with out being useful; let no jest intrude upon good manners; nor say any thing the may offend modesty


Employment is the grand preservative of health and innocence. when we have nothing to do, we immediately become a burden to ourselves the mind and body languish for want of exercise, and we fall into a thousand dangerous temptations.

Bennett’s Letters.

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