Poor Carl's Almanac
— HOWARD W. NEWTON
One way to soften one's own
is to solace those of others.
If your conscience is clear, you'll have little to fear, when it's time to rest at night. What strength it can give, when striving to live, according to what is right.
— TYRON EDWARDS
We must be careful not to let our thankfulness for what we have to be soured by our
about what we do not have.
Who of you can add one moment to your life's course by
Be of good courage and say, "God is my helper. I will not be afraid. What can mere man do to me?"
is the tax that conscience pays to guilt.
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