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LEAVES OF LIFE FOR DAILY INSPIRATION

Enrich your Life Daily with 296 Full Pages of Highly Inspiring Quotes, Letters and Prayers
Inspirational poems to last you the entire year. The book comprises a collection of poems on various themes to inspire the reader. 
There are poems that solicit the mercies of God, some that talk about friendship, some that express the joy of love and others that talk about the yearning of man towards God. 
Each verse is long enough to fully express the thoughts of the writer and the flow of message will inspire both the lover of poetry and the average person. 
Recommended reading for people in search of tranquility within their hearts.



Book Excerpts:

JANUARY

Janus am I; oldest of potentates;
Forward I look, and backward, and below
I count, as god of avenues and gates,
The years that through my portals come and go.

I block the roads, and drift the fields with snow;
I chase the wild fowl from the frozen fen;
My frosts congeal the rivers in their flow,
My fires light up the hearths and hearts of men.

--Henry W. Longfellow.


JANUARY FIRST

Bartolome Esteban Murillo, baptized 1618.

Paul Revere born 1735.

Betsy Ross born 1752.

Maria Edgeworth born 1767.

Arthur Hugh Clough born 1819.

Old things need not be therefore true,
O brother men, nor yet the new;
Ah! still awhile the old thought retain,
And yet consider it again!

We! what do we see? each a space
Of some few yards before his face;
Does that the whole wide plan explain?
Ah, yet consider it again!

Alas! the great world goes its way,
And takes its truth from each new day;
They do not quit, nor can retain,
Far less consider it again.

--Arthur Hugh Clough.

There are two sorts of content; one is connected with exertion, the
other habits of indolence. The first is a virtue; the other a vice.

--Maria Edgeworth.

Oh send out thy light and thy truth; let them lead me:
Let them bring me unto thy holy hill,
And to thy tabernacles.

--Psalm 43. 3.

Almighty God, lead me in the search for life. Teach me what is
important and what is unimportant; what is false, and what is true.
Remove the hindrances that keep me from the worthiest deeds, and grant
that I may have the peace that comes with surrender of self to thy
will. Amen.


JANUARY SECOND

General James Wolfe born 1727.

Colonial flag first raised 1776.

Mary Carey Thomas born 1857.

To what profit we could use the time for our present task that we
spend in impatient waiting and wondering over the future! So often
the future is just one step up from the present, but some of us miss
it by preferring to wait for an elevator.

--M. B. S.

Prepare to live by all means, but for heaven's sake do not forget to
live. You will never have a better chance than you have at present.
You may think you will have, but you are mistaken.

--Arnold Bennett.

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