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" Holily preserve childlike trust, without which there can be no education. Never forget that the little child looks up to you as to a lofty genius, an apostle full of revelations whom he trusts altogether more absolutely than his equals ; and that the... "
Teaching as a Business: Four Addresses - Page 76
by Charles William Bardeen - 1897 - 150 pages
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Levana: Or, The Doctrine of Education

Jean Paul - Education - 1848 - 487 pages
...another simile, the veins of imbibition are, according to Darwin, the fuller the younger they are. Holily preserve childlike! trust, without which there...can be no education. Never forget that the little dark child looks up to you as to a lofty genius, an apostle full of revelations, whom he trusts altogether...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 49

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1860
...only ones which are as large in the child as in the grown-up man. Never forget that the little dark child looks up to you, as to a lofty genius, an apostle...trusts altogether more absolutely than his equals." It is this undoubting confidence in the wisdom of elders which most of all needs to be cherished and...
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Levana: Or, The Doctrine of Education

Jean Paul - Education - 1863 - 400 pages
...simile, the veins of imbibition are, according to Darwin, the fuller the younger they are. Ilolily preserve childlike trust, without which there can be no education. Never forget that the little dark child looks up to you as to a lofty genius, an apostle full of revelations, whom he trusts altogether...
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Education and religion: their mutual connection and relative bearings [by D ...

David Kay - 1873
...influential educator (the mother)."—(S. SMILES.) "Holily preserve," says Kichter, addressing parents, " childlike trust, without which there can be no education. . . . Never forget that the little dark child looks up to you as to a lofty genius, an apostle full of revelations, whom he trusts altogether...
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Education and Educators

David Kay - Education - 1883 - 490 pages
...— (Anon.) " Neqiiid foedum dictu visuque haec limina tangat intraquae puer ist."— (JUVENAL.) 8 " Holily preserve childlike trust, without which there...can be no education. Never forget that the little dark child looks up to you as to a lofty genius, an apostle full of revelations, whom he trusts altogether...
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Education and educators

David Kay - 1883
...pattern worthy of emulation, and the pupil will look up to him with reverence."— (A. OPPLER.) a " Holily preserve childlike trust, without which there...can be no education. Never forget that the little dark child looks up to you as to a lofty genius, an apostle full of revelations, whom he trusts altogether...
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Education and Educators

David Kay - Education - 1883 - 490 pages
...pattern worthy of emulation, and the pupil will look up to him with reverence."— (A. OPPLER.) a " Holily preserve childlike trust, without which there...can be no education. Never forget that the little dark child looks up to you as to a lofty genius, an apostle full of revelations, whom he trusts altogether...
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Levana; or, The doctrine of education, tr. [by A.H.]. Preceded by a short ...

Jean Paul F. Richter - 1880
...preserve childlike trust, without which there can be no education, is ever forget that the -little dark child looks up to you as to a lofty genius, an apostle...his equals, and that the lie of an apostle destroys a whole moral world. Wherefore never bury your infallibility by useless proofs, nor by confessions...
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Levana: Or, The Doctrine of Education

Jean Paul - Education - 1886 - 413 pages
...preserve childlike trust, without which there can be no education. K ever forget that the -little dark child looks up to you as to a lofty genius, an apostle...his equals, and that the lie of an apostle destroys a whole moral world. Wherefore never bury your infallibility by useless proofs, nor by confessions...
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Levana: Or, The Doctrine of Education

Jean Paul - Education - 1891 - 413 pages
...another simile, the veins of imbibition are, according to Darwin, the fuller the younger they are. Holily preserve childlike trust, without which there...can be no education. Never forget that the 'little dark child looks up to you as to a lofty genius, an apostle full of revelations, whom he trusts altogether...
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