Thomas Arnold

1795 - 1842

A Quote by Thomas Arnold on christianity, hope, and men

My object will be, if possible, to form Christian men, for Christian boys I can scarcely hope to make.

Thomas Arnold (1795 - 1842)

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A Quote by Thomas Arnold on age, beginning, life, and youth

Probably the happiest period in life most frequently is in middle age, when the eager passions of youth are cooled, and the infirmities of age not yet begun . . .

Thomas Arnold (1795 - 1842)

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A Quote by Thomas Arnold on ability, principles, and religion

What we must look for here is, first, religious and moral principles; secondly, gentlemanly conduct; thirdly, intellectual ability.

Thomas Arnold (1795 - 1842)

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A Quote by Thomas Arnold on knowledge, study, thought, and value

Real knowledge, like everything else of value, is not to be obtained easily. It must be worked for, studied for, thought for, and, more that all, must be prayed for.

Thomas Arnold (1795 - 1842)

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A Quote by Thomas Arnold on age, cheerfulness, labor, life, men, play, tranquility, and work

One's age should be tranquil, as childhood should be playful. Hard work at either extremity of life seems out of place. At midday the sun may burn, and men labor under it; but the morning and evening should be alike calm and cheerful.

Thomas Arnold (1795 - 1842)

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A Quote by Thomas Arnold on death, friendship, god, life, and thought

It was from an old friend who thought he was dying. Anyway, he said, "Life and death issues don't come along that often, thank God, so don't treat everything like it's life or death. Go easier.

Thomas Arnold (1795 - 1842)

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