thoroughly visualised by the vol 6 pg 271 scholars, than had they waited upon the. Close by a chestnut, bursting into leaf, Drops down it's sticky calyx on the ground; An early bumble-bee dives headlong in To a half-opened flower of early pear. He was fortified by illimitable reading, by a present sense of a thousand impossibilities that had been brought to passof a thousand things so wisely said that wise action was a necessary outcome. Point by point, for good or for evil, the Marxian Manifesto of 1848 is coming into force. The whole tendency of modern Geography, as taught in our schools, is to strip the unfortunate planet which has been assigned to us as our abode and environment of every trace of mystery and beauty. It is assumed that the rent of landed property is for the sole use, enrichment and enjoyment of the owner. But the objects we have in view in teaching 'Everyday Morals' and 'Citizenship' cannot be better illustrated than by a few papers written by children of various ages, dealing with self management, and exemplifying the virtues that help and serve city and country.
"How is that ye will not understand?" said our Lord to the Jews; and that is the way with most of us, we will not understand. In each of these examples, the child will see the thing we speak of and what we say about.
The theory has been, put a child in the right environment and so subtle is its influence, so permanent its effects that he is to all intents and purposes educated thereby. I am much impressed by the amount of work of this kind which is already being done in our schools. That Denmark and the neighbouring states, on the contrary, excel in those things in which we fall short. If we fail in this duty, so soon as the young people get their 'liberty' they will run after the first fad that presents itself; try it for a while and then take up another to be discarded in its turn, and remain uncertain and. To be sure these do it in the classic tongues while for those there is only plain English; but however duly we magnify Greek literature we cannot honestly say that that of England is second to any the world has yet seen. The same remark holds good of vocational training. Great art can only exist where great men brood intensely on something upon which all men brood a little.
You ask "Is he a prince?" I answer "No Though none could be interred with greater state! But, I waste your time and my paper with these "betises" and I know well upon what subject your mind is at present dwelling which of us indeed is not thinking of Ireland. He says, "I must live my life and he lives itin as many of these ways as are open to him; no other life is impoverished to supply his fullness, but, on the contrary, the sum of general joy in well-being is increased both through. Most of us can get into touch with original minds chiefly through books; and if we want to know how far a school provides intellectual sustenance for its scholars, we may ask to see the list of books in reading during the current term. Now, plunged in merriment, she takes delight In all she sees, now tears obscure her sight; A breeze-swept lake shows not a change more fleet.
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