The studious class are their own victims: they are thin and pale, their feet are cold, their heads are hot, the night is without sleep, the day a fear of interruption –pallor, squalor, hunger, and egotism.
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- The years teach us much the days never knew.
- No man ever prayed heartily without learning something.
- In every man there is something wherein I may learn of him, and in that I am his pupil.
- We learn geology the morning after the earthquake.
- The key to the age may be this, or that, or the other, as the young orators describe; the key to all ages is — Imbecility; imbecility in the vast majority of men, at all times, and, even in heroes, in all but certain eminent moments; victims of gravity, custom, and fear.
- Finish each day before you begin the next, and interpose a solid wall of sleep between the two. This you cannot do without temperance.