A Quote by Sir Robert Baden-Powell on day, graduation, home, learning, sons, words, and world
Always do I recall the parting words uttered by my old governor: "My boy, never . . ." I won't set 'em down. I disregarded them fool-like and paid, and paid; had I a son I'd hand 'em on and ram 'em home. What fools we be when young. We fancy we be wise, forgetting that the old boys have graduated in the 'varsity of the world, the greatest 'varsity of all, and each day we should learn from they.
Source: quoting Janes in the Fishing Gazette in Baden-Powell’s Lessons from the varsity of life
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