Josiah Gilbert Holland - Quotes

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Calmness is the cradle of power. ---->>>

God gives every bird its food, but He does not throw it into its nest. ---->>>

One thing at a time, all things in succession. That which grows fast withers as rapidly; and that which grows slow endures. ---->>>

The temple of art is built in words. ---->>>

Joys divided are increased. ---->>>

Nature is the master of talents; genius is the master of nature. ---->>>

'Work and wait', 'work and wait' is what God says to us in creation. ---->>>

Responsibility walks hand in hand with capacity and power. ---->>>

There is no royal road to anything, one thing at a time, all things in succession. That which grows fast, withers as rapidly. That which grows slowly, endures. ---->>>

The choicest thing this world has for a man is affection. ---->>>

The soul, like the body, lives by what it feeds on. ---->>>

Ideals are the world's masters. ---->>>

Scholarship except by accident is never the measure of a person's power. ---->>>

The person who does not know how to live while they are making a living is a poorer person after their wealth is won than when they started. ---->>>

A mind grows by what it feeds on. ---->>>

Nothing so obstinately stands in the way of all sorts of progress as pride of opinion. While nothing is so foolish and baseless. ---->>>

Biography

Josiah Gilbert Holland profile (josiah-gilbert-holland.png)
Nationality: American
Born: July 24, 1819
Birthplace:
Die: October 12, 1881
Occupation: Novelist
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Josiah Gilbert Holland (July 24, 1819 – October 12, 1881) was an American novelist and poet who also wrote under the pseudonym Timothy Titcomb. He helped to found and edit Scribner's Monthly (afterwards the Century Magazine), in which appeared his novels, Arthur Bonnicastle, The Story of Sevenoaks, Nicholas Minturn (wikipedia)