The girl of to-morrow--what the school will do for her

by Benjamin R. Andrews

Publisher: Teachers College, Columbia University in New York city

Written in English
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Statement[by] Benjamin R. Andrews ...
SeriesTeachers college bulletin. 3d ser., no. 4. Technical education bulletin,, no. 9
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LC ClassificationsLC1671 .A4
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Pagination8 p.
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Open LibraryOL6557801M
LC Control Number13012445
OCLC/WorldCa16900424

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There was an odd, shy-faced, sandy girl with pale eyes and restless fingers, and next to her a dark, beautiful one, for whose face men might have sacked cities, if it had had any sort of animation; and there was a gawky and unfinished-looking young person, very badly made up, who had a pathetic air of seeking to win hearts and never succeeding. A fence rarely survives a cold winter if it be close to a settlement of negroes. The average negro will burn his own fence without hesitation. The necessity generally arises through his habit of putting off till to-morrow what he is not obliged to do to-day. Many of them are much like the improvident white man whose roof was out of repair. Those who cannot do what they would for God and the souls of men, must do what they can, and God will accept of them.(2) They always embraced such opportunities of spreading the gospel, and doing good to the souls of men, as visiting people at their houses gave them. Our Lord Jesus preached wherever He visited. 2. It Has to Be Today! Tomorrow Won't Do One of the better known copy book maxims says something about never putting off until to morrow what you can do today. Well, when it comes to pictur ing your baby as he is today— that’s one thing that just can’t be done tomorrow. Cameras perform amazing feats, but they can’t look into the past.

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