Though these Indians dwell among the English and see in what plenty a little industry enables them to live, yet they choose to continue in their stupid idleness and to suffer all the inconveniences of dirt, cold, and want rather than disturb their heads with care or defile their hands with labor.
When the weather is mild, they stand leaning with both their arms upon the corn-field fence, and gravely consider whether they had best go and take a Small Heat at the Hough: but generally find reasons to put it off till another time.
There is but one way of converting these poor infidels and reclaiming them from barbarity, and that is charitably to intermarry with them, according to the modern policy of the Most Christian King in Canada and Louisiana.
My mind to me a kingdom is;<br/>Such perfect joy therein I find,<br/>As far exceeds all earthly bliss<br/>That God and Nature hath assigned.
What happened was you had a lot of girls that were just getting discouraged about playing, ... To encourage enough girls to participate, they came up with the 80 percent rule.
Care to dispend according to thy store,<br/>And in like sort be mindful of the poor.
That's kind of different for me, ... Normally I get so pumped up I hit it 20 feet by or 20 feet short.
I don't know why, ... It's kind of neat to watch.
Care for thy soul as thing of greatest price, Made to the end to taste of power divine, Devoid of guilt, abhorring sin and vice
So long as I was in your sight I was your heart, your soul, your treasure; And evermore you sobb'd and sigh'd Burning in flames beyond all measure: --Three days endured your love to me, And it was lost in other three!
Sure you have made me passing glad That you your mind so soon removed, Before that I the leisure had To choose you for my best beloved
Care for thy corse, but chiefly for soul's sake; Cut off excess, sustaining food is best; To vanquish pride but comely clothing take