Spare Hours (Classic Reprint)

Spare Hours (Classic Reprint)

by John Brown
     
 

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Excerpt from Spare Hours

Every man should know and lament (to himself) his own shortcomings - should mourn over and mend, as be best can, the confusions of his wasted youth he should feel how ill he has put out to usury the talent given him by the Great Taskmaster - how far he is from being a good and faithful servant; and he should make this rather understood than

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Excerpt from Spare Hours

Every man should know and lament (to himself) his own shortcomings - should mourn over and mend, as be best can, the confusions of his wasted youth he should feel how ill he has put out to usury the talent given him by the Great Taskmaster - how far he is from being a good and faithful servant; and he should make this rather understood than expressed by his man ner as a writer; while at the same time, every man should deny himself the luxury of taking his hat off to the public, unless he has something to say, and has done his best to say it aright; and every man should pay not less attention to the dress in which his thoughts present themselves, than he would to that of his per son ou going into company.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781332801138
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
06/27/2016
Pages:
478
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.96(d)

Meet the Author

John Brown currently lives with his wife and four daughters in the hinterlands of Utah, where one encounters much fresh air, many goodhearted ranchers, and an occasional wolf.

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