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These slight disappointments are sent to prepare
For what may hereafter befall;
For seasons of real disappointment and care,
Which commonly happen to all.

JANE TAYLOR, The Disappointment

Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
How I wonder what you are,
Up above the world so high,
Like a diamond in the sky!

JANE TAYLOR, "The Star", Original Poems for Infant Minds

The term of man's life is half wasted, before he has done with his mistakes, and begins to profit by his lessons.

JANE TAYLOR, The Contributions of Q. Q.

Man undertakes nothing in which he is not more or less puzzled; he must try numberless experiments before he can bring his undertakings to anything like perfection; and these experiments imply a succession of mistakes.

JANE TAYLOR, The Contributions of Q. Q.


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