6 Total Quotes

George Arnold Quotes

O sweet September, they first breezes bring the dry leaf's rustle and the squirrel's laughter, the cool fresh air whence health and vigor spring and promise of exceeding joy hereafter.
George Arnold
#Laughter

And he sang every night as he went to bed. 'Let us be happy down here below: the living should live, though the dead be dead.' Said the jolly old pedagogue long ago.
George Arnold
#Bed

The living need charity more than the dead.
George Arnold
#Charity

The living need more charity than the dead
George Arnold
#Charity

Learn while you're young', he often said, 'there is much to enjoy, down here below, life for the living, and rest for the dead!
George Arnold
#Life

Poetry is simply the most beautiful, impressive and widely effective mode of saying things, and hence their importance.
George Arnold
#Poetry