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Educate Your Children To Self-control, To The Habit Of Holding Passion And Prejudice And Evil Tendencies Subject To An Upright And Reasoning Will, And You Have Done Much To Abolish Misery From Their Future And Crimes From Society.
~ Benjamin Franklin
All My Children Have Spoken For Themselves Since They First Learned To Speak, And Not Always With My Advance Approval, And I Expect That To Continue In The Future.
~ Gerald R. Ford
Those Who Educate Children Well Are More To Be Honored Than Parents, For These Only Gave Life, Those The Art Of Living Well.
~ Aristotle
We Find Delight In The Beauty And Happiness Of Children That Makes The Heart Too Big For The Body.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
In Peace, Children Inter Their Parents War Violates The Order Of Nature And Causes Parents To Inter Their Children.
~ Herodotus
Refrain From Doing Ill; For One All Powerful Reason, Lest Our Children Should Copy Our Misdeeds; We Are All Too Prone To Imitate Whatever Is Base And Depraved.
~ Juvenal
Play Is Often Talked About As If It Were A Relief From Serious Learning. But For Children Play Is Serious Learning. Play Is Really The Work Of Childhood.
~ Fred Rogers
We All Grew Up In Spite Of Our Parents. I Trust Our Children Will Do Likewise.
~ Sandy Farquha
Men Fear Death, As Children Fear To Go In The Dark And As That Natural Fear In Children Is Increased With Tales, So Is The Other.
~ Maya Angelou
Sexual Enlightenment Is Justified Insofar As Girls Cannot Learn Too Soon How Children Do Not Come Into The World.
~ Karl Kraus
Progress, Far From Consisting In Change, Depends On Retentiveness. When Change Is Absolute There Remains No Being To Improve And No Direction Is Set For Possible Improvement: And When Experience Is Not Retained, As Among Savages, Infancy Is Perpetual. Those Who Cannot Remember The Past Are Condemned To Repeat It. In The First Stage Of Life The Mind Is Frivolous And Easily Distracted, It Misses Progress By Failing In Consecutiveness And Persistence. This Is The Condition Of Children And Barbarians, In Which Instinct Has Learned Nothing From Experience.
~ George Santayana, The Life of Reason, Volume 1, 1905
I Love Children - Especially When They Cry, For Then Someone Takes Them Away.
~ Nancy Mitford
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