By George Sumner Weaver
This historical ebook can have a number of typos and lacking textual content. dealers can obtain a unfastened scanned replica of the unique e-book (without typos) from the writer. now not listed. no longer illustrated. 1856 Excerpt: ...who burst and are long gone. Our males of wealth and personality, of worthy and tool, were early sure 124 ALL adult females will not be ladies. to a couple worthwhile Employment. a lot of them have been unlucky orphan boys, whom wish forced to paintings for bread--the youngsters of penury and lowly beginning. of their early boyhood they buckled at the armor of work, took upon their little shoulders heavy burdens, assumed obligations, met fierce situations, contended with sharp competition, selected the ruggedest paths of Employment simply because they yielded the simplest remuneration, and braved the storms of toil until they gained nice victories for themselves and stood ahead of the area within the attractiveness and majesty of noble manhood. this can be the way in which males are made. there is not any wrong way. Their powers are constructed within the box of Employment. males are usually not born; they're made. Genius, worthy, energy of brain are extra made than born. Genius born may possibly grovel within the airborne dirt and dust; genius made will mount to ' the skies. Our nice and solid males that stand alongside the trails of background shiny and shining lighting fixtures are witnesses of those truths. They stand there as eternal pleaders for Employment. Now what's actual of fellows during this admire is both real of girls. If Employment is the instrumentality in making males, it's both so in making ladies. A human woman isn't a lady until she makes herself so. there's something noble, excellent, in a girl. She is the impersonation of non secular good looks. yet all adult females aren't girls. There are ratings of them who're purely woman humanities; and rankings extra who're simply girls. a girl and a girl are very various things. One is made by the hands of style; the opposite is the handi DEPENDENCE often IGNOBLE. a hundred twenty five paintings of God during the instrumentality of invaluable Employment. a woman is... [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]
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Their lives are impregnated with a different spirit. And this is one of the primary and fruitful sources of unhappiness in the marriage relation. Men and women are so different in their cultivation that they are not in their natural harmony. Our men are not natural men, nor our women natural women. The nature of each is warped by culture, and warped in different directions. The male and female mind are not alike by nature, by any means. There is a wide difference between them; Aims and Aids for Girls and Young Women, by 36 but the difference is in the nature, texture, and quality of the mind, and not in the relation of parts.
They are fearless and brave; they have but to know their duty to be ready to engage in it. Though men laugh or sneer, though the world frown or threaten, they will do it. There is no bravado in them; it is the simple power of integrity. They are true to what to them seems right. Such spirits are often the mildest and meekest we have. They are sweet as the flower, while they are firm as the rock. We know them by their lives. They are consistent, simple-hearted, uniform, and truthful. The word on the tongue is the exact speech of the heart.
Selfishness is the root of evil; benevolence is its cure. In no heart is benevolence more beautiful than in youthful woman's. In no heart is selfishness more ugly. To do good is noble; to be good is nobler. This should be the aim of all young women. The poor and needy should occupy a large place in their hearts. The sick and suffering should move upon their sympathies. The sinful and criminal should awaken their deepest pity. The oppressed and down-trodden should find a large place in their compassion.