John Quincy Adams

1767 - 1848

A Quote by John Quincy Adams on body, age, aging, and seasons

John Quincy Adams is well. But the house in which he lives at present is becoming dilapidated. It is tottering up on its foundation. Time and the seasons have nearly destroyed it. Its roof is pretty well worn out. Its walls are much shattered and it trembles with every wind. I think John Quincy will have to move out of it soon. But he himself is quite well, quite well.

John Quincy Adams (1767 - 1848)

Source: [On his eightieth birthday, responding to a query concerning his well-being]

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A Quote by John Quincy Adams on books, day, life, men, necessity, and world

I speak as a man of the world to men of the world; and I say to you, Search the Scriptures! The Bible is the book of all others, to be read at all ages, and in all conditions of human life; not to be read once or twice or thrice through, and then laid aside, but to be read in small portions of one or two chapters every day, and never to be intermitted, unless by some overruling necessity.

John Quincy Adams (1767 - 1848)

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