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THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY.

The opportunity of making happy is more scarce than we imagine; the punishment of missing it is never to meet with it again ; aud the use we make of it leave" .x;s an eternal sentiment of satisfaction or repentance.—Rousseau. .

'■"What- a difference there is between the-word 'mere' and the word 'mother!' Tho English word is soft, homely, and musical. I love the English language. There is the word 'Heaven'; how much more beautiful it is than the word ''GieP! English is made for sentiment and poetry."—Verlaine.

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THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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