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" The common expression, choked with passion, has little exaggeration in it ; for even though not suddenly fatal, strong passions shorten life. Strongbodied men often die young weak men live longer than the strong, for the strong use their strength,... "
Physician and patient (Boston, Mass.) - Page 24
1880 - 104 pages
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1824
...short, that there must be a sacrifice either of the dead to the living or of the living to the dead. As it is with the body, so it is with the mind : we must dissect. The metaphysician examines the conformation of the one as the anatomist inspects...
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The Phrenological Journal and Miscellany, Volume 1

Phrenology - 1824
...clumsy and deformed man will never be made a model of grace, or the champion in athletic exercises. And as it is with the body, so it is with the mind. There are pigmy minds, and there are gigantic minds; minds puny and morbidly weak, and minds of Herculean...
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The works ...: with some account of his life ...

Thomas Sherlock - 1830
...Physic is proper for the sick ; but if not properly regulated, it might destroy instead of curing. As it is with the body, so it is with the mind. The best instructions are of no use unless attended to. If there were any system of religion pretending...
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The works of Bishop Sherlock: with some account of his life ..., Volume 2

Thomas Sherlock - Theology - 1830
...Physic is proper for the sick ; but if not properly regulated, it might destroy instead of curing. As it is with the body, so it is with the mind. The best instructions are of no use unless attended to. If there were any system of religion pretending...
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The Quarterly Journal of Education, Volume 10

Education - 1835
...an unhealthy existence. It is a law in nature that things of slow growth are the most enduring ; and as it is with the body, so it is with the mind; a natural progressive growth of both is our only chance for strength in manhood and a useful old age....
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American Annals of Education

Education - 1836
...an unhealthy existence. It is a law in nature that things of slow growth are the most enduring ; and as it is with the body, so it is with the mind ; a natural progressive growth of both is our only chance for strength in manhood, and a useful old...
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American Annals of Education

Education - 1836
...an unhealthy existence. It is a law in nature that things of slow growth ore the most enduring ; and as it is with the body, so it is with the mind ; a natural progressive growth of both is our only chance for strength in manhood, and a useful old...
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Summaries of the sermons and discourses of Sherlock and Jeremy Taylor

Thomas Smart Hughes, Thomas Sherlock, Jeremy Taylor - Sermons, English - 1837 - 415 pages
...Physic is proper for the sick ; but if not properly regulated, it might destroy instead of curing. As it is with the body, so it is with the mind. The best instructions are of no use unless attended to. If there were any system of religion pretending...
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Gradations in reading and spelling

Henry Butter - 1839
...discretion. Too little will not keep us in strength, neither will too much ; for we cannot digest it. As it is with the body, so it is with the mind. We may read and study to excess; and in that case we bewilder ourselves; or, on the other hand, by...
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Week-day Religion

Jason Whitman - Conduct of life - 1840 - 320 pages
...requires labour and effort to develope and mature it, and render it capable of useful applications. . As it is with the body, so it is with the mind. In the infant, it is only a collection of mental capacities, requiring labour and effort, in the exercise...
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