Leopold Hartley Grindon Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Leopold Hartley Grindon Sayings: The foot that is familiar with the grass belongs usually to a man of lighter The foot that is familiar with the grass belongs usually to a man of lighter heart than he whose soles seldom wander from the pavement; and the best elixir vitae is a run, as often as we can contrive it, amid the sweets of new and lovely scenery, where nature sits, fresh from the hand of the Creator, almost chiding us for our delay.
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Leopold Hartley Grindon Sayings: In work consists the true pride of life; grounded in active employment, though early ardor In work consists the true pride of life; grounded in active employment, though early ardor may abate, it never degenerates into indifference, and age lives in perennial youth. Life is a weariness only to the idle, or where the soul is empty.
Leopold Hartley Grindon Sayings: No man is happier than he who loves and fulfills that particular work for the No man is happier than he who loves and fulfills that particular work for the world which falls to his share. Even though the full understanding of his work, and of its ultimate value, may not be present with him; if he but love it
always assuming that his conscience approves
it brings an abounding satisfaction.