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" KIND words never blister the tongue or lips. And we have never heard of any mental trouble arising from this quarter. Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much. They help one's own good nature and good will. "
District School Journal, of the State of New-York - Page 58
1849
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The Ladies' Cabinet of Fashion, Music & Romance

Fashion - 1867
...she hoped God would bless him for bis kindness to them when in misery and despair. KI.VD WORDS.- — They never blister the tongue or lips. And we have never heard of one mental trouble arising from this quarter. Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much....
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The Mother's Assistant and Young Lady's Friend, Volumes 14-15

Child rearing - 1849
...the tongue or lips on their passage into the world, or occasion any other kind of bodily suffering. And we have never heard of any mental trouble arising...cost much, yet they accomplish much. 1. They help one'a own good-nature and good-will. One cannot be in a habit of this kind, without thereby pecking...
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The District School Journal of the State of New-York, Volumes 7-8

Education - 1847
...ihe tongue or lips on their passage into the world, or occasion any other kind of bodily suffering. And we have never heard of any mental trouble arising...this quarter. Though they do not cost much, yet they aeeo, ptish much. Life ni a .Vatnmlbt. The adventures and vicissitude which hive fallen to my lot,...
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Elihu Burritt's Bond of brotherhood

Bond of brotherhood - 1854
...done? — The present Crisis.— Duty the Test of Soldiership. — The Ultimate Issue. Kind Words. Kind Words do not cost much. They never blister the...Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much. They help one's good nature and good will. Soft words soften our own soul. Angry words are fuel to...
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The Christian Pioneer, Volumes 2-5

Baptists - 1744
...the tongue or lips on their passage into the world, or occasion any other kind of bodily suffering ; and we have never heard of any mental trouble arising...accomplish much. 1. They help one's own good nature and good-will. One caunot be in a habit of this kind, without thereby pecking away something of the granite...
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The Baptist Record, and Biblical Repository, Volume 4

Baptists - 1847
...insupportable as a speaker, acquires the ability to attract all who hear him. KIND WORDS. KIND WORDS never blister the tongue or lips. And we have never...much, yet they accomplish much. 1. They help one's own good-nature and good-will. Soft words soften our own soul. Angry words are fuel to the flame of wrath,...
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The Christian Treasury, Volume 3

Protestantism - 1848
...physicil world. With such a vast and diversified region before him, how can he be monotonous?* KIND WORDS. KIND words do not cost much. They never blister the...trouble arising from this quarter. Though they do not cott much, yet they aeeoKptiik much. 1. They help one's own good nature and good will. Soft words soften...
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The Appeal: A Magazine for the People, Volumes 1-9

Theology - 1848
...again tells on the commercial prosperity of the country in ten thousand ways. KIND WORDS. Kind words never blister the tongue or lips. And we have never...Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much. I. They help one's own good-nature and good-will. Soft words soften our own soul. Angry words are fuel...
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The Massachusetts Teacher, Volume 1

Education - 1848
...degree with the skill and expense that were requisite for its construction. WHW KIND WORDS.—Kind words do not cost much; they never blister the tongue or lips, and we never heard of any mental trouble arising from this quarter. Though they do not cost much, they help...
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The Power of Kindness, Inculcating the Principles of Benevolence and Love

Charles Morley - Kindness - 1849 - 173 pages
...on their passage into the world, or occasion any other kind of bodily suffering. And we never have heard of any mental trouble arising from this quarter....Though they do not cost much, yet they accomplish much. 2. Kind words make other people good natured. Cold words freeze people—hot, scorching, sarcastic...
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