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There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these is roots; the other, wings. — William Hodding Carter, Jr.

There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these is roots, the other, wings. — Hodding Carter

To place your name by gift or bequest in the keeping of an active educational institution is to...make a permanent contribution to the welfare of humanity. — Calvin Coolidge

Example teaches better than precept. It is the best modeler of the character of men and women. To set a lofty example is the richest bequest a man can leave behind him. — Samuel Smiles

Just what is the civil law? What neither influence can affect, nor power break, nor money corrupt: were it to be suppressed or even merely ignored or inadequately observed, no one would feel safe about anything, whether his own possessions, the inheritance he expects from his father, or the bequests he makes to his children. — Marcus Tullius Cicero

It is commonly observed that a sudden wealth, like a prize drawn in a lottery or a large bequest to a poor family, does not permanently enrich. They have served no apprenticeship to wealth, and with the rapid wealth come rapid claims which they do not know how to deny, and the treasure is quickly dissipated. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

To set a lofty example is the richest bequest a man can leave behind. — Samuel Smiles

But days even earlier than these, in April, have a charm, — even days that seem raw and rainy, when the sky is dull and a bequest of March - wind lingers, chasing the squirrel from the tree and the children from the meadows. There is a fascination in walking through these bare early woods, – there is such a pause of preparation, winter's work is so cleanly and thoroughly done. Everything is taken down and put away. — Thomas Wentworth Higginson