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" Why do we not censure the sun for outshining the stars, and the pale moon for having no light but what she borrows? Instead of settling for others what they ought to be, and choosing for ourselves what we will be, would it not be better to examine the... "
The Listener - Page 158
by Caroline Fry - 1833 - 269 pages
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The Assistant of Education: Religious and Literary, Intended for ..., Volume 9

Education - 1823
...'what she borrows? Instead of settling for i others what they ought to be, and choosing for onrselves what we will be, would it not be better to , examine...the faculties actually committed to us, and consider wbat was the purpose of heaven in the former, and what the demand of heaven in the occupation of the...
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Assistant of Education, Volume 9

Education - 1827
...statures. "There is one glory of the sun, another of the moon, and one star differeth from another in glory." Why do we not censure the sun for outshining...demand of heaven in the occupation of the latter. If we have much, we are not at liberty to put it aside and say we should be better without it — if...
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The Listener, Volume 2

Caroline Fry Wilson - 1832
...statures. " There is one glory of the sun, another of the moon, and one star dinereth from another in glory." Why do we not censure the sun for outshining...demand of Heaven in the occupation of the latter? If we have much, we are not at liberty to put it aside, and say we should be better without it; if...
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The Listener, Volume 2

Caroline Fry Wilson - 1832
...censure the sun for outshining the stars, and the pale moon for having no light but what she borrows 1 Instead of settling for others what they ought to...demand of Heaven in the occupation of the latter? If we have much, we are not at liberty to put it aside, and say we should be better without it ; if...
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Ladies' Vase, Or, Polite Manual for Young Ladies: Original and Selected

American lady - Conduct of life - 1843 - 191 pages
...cubit to their statures. ' There is one glory of the sun, and another glory of the moon, and another glory of the stars ; for one star differeth from another...the demand of Heaven in the occupation of the latter ? If we have much, we are not at liberty to put it aside, and say we should be better without it ;...
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The Ladies' Vase, Or, Polite Manual for Young Ladies: Original and Selected

American lady - Etiquette for women - 1849 - 139 pages
...censure the sun for outshining the stars, and the pale moon for having no light but what she borrows1? Instead of settling for others what they ought to...choosing for ourselves what we will be, would it not be belter to examine the condition in which we are actually placed, and the faculties actually committed...
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The Listener

Caroline Fry Wilson - 1867
...statures. " There is one glory of the sun, another of the moon, and one star differeth from another in glory." Why do we not censure the sun for outshining...the demand of Heaven in the occupation of the latter ? If we have much, we are not at liberty to put it aside, and say we should be better without it —...
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