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Out West: A Magazine of the Old Pacific and the New, Svazek 17
Charles Fletcher Lummis
Úplné zobrazení - 1902
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Strana 315 - REQUIEM UNDER the wide and starry sky, Dig the grave and let me lie. Glad did I live and gladly die, And I laid me down with a will. This be the verse you grave for me: Here he lies where he longed to be; Home is the sailor, home from sea, And the hunter home from the hill.
Strana 297 - Do you know the blackened timber — do you know that racing stream With the raw, right-angled log-jam at the end; And the bar of sun-warmed shingle where a man may bask and dream To the click of shod canoe-poles round the bend? It is there that we are going with our rods and reels and traces, To a silent, smoky Indian that we know — To a couch of new-pulled hemlock with the starlight on our faces, For the Red Gods call us out and we must go ! They must go — go, etc.
Strana 94 - So live that your afterself — the man you ought to be — may in his time be possible and actual. Far away in the years he is waiting his turn. His body, his brain, his soul, are in your boyish hands. He cannot help himself. What will you leave for him? Will it be a brain unspoiled by lust or dissipation; a mind trained to think and act; a nervous system true as a dial in its response to the truth about you?
Strana 198 - Never let it be forgotten that there is scarcely a single moral action of a single man of which other men can have such a knowledge, in its ultimate grounds, its surrounding incidents, and the real determining causes of its merits, as to warrant their pronouncing a conclusive judgment upon it.
Strana 94 - ... his turn. His body, his brain, his soul, are in your boyish hands. He cannot help himself. What will you leave for him ? Will it be a brain unspoiled by lust or dissipation, a mind trained to think and act, a nervous system true as a dial in its response to the truth about you...
Strana 197 - Certainly one of the lessons life has taught me is, that where there is known to be a common object, the pursuit of truth, there should also be a studious desire to interpret the adversary in the best sense his words will fairly bear; to avoid whatever widens the breach; and to make the most of whatever tends to narrow it. These I hold to be part of the laws of knightly tournament.
Strana 177 - ... purposes ; and to exercise all other rights and privileges that may logically and legally be involved in the prosecution of its organic plan. 2. Its officers shall be a President, four Vice-Presidents, a Secretary, a Treasurer, a Recorder and Curator, and an Executive Committee of not less than nine. These officers, with additional Councillors (to be appointed by the Executive Committee) shall constitute an Advisory Council of twenty-five, whose duty shall be to advise with the Executive Committee...
Strana 94 - Will you let him come, taking your place, gaining through your experiences, hallowed through your joys, building on them his own, or will you fling his hope away, decreeing, wanton-like, that the man you might have been shall never be?