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EIGHTH READING LESSON. The ways of the bad daz-zle the weak, and de-base those who fol-low tliem. De-fame no one, but de-vote your time to good works. Be dis-creet, and a-void the wick-ed. De-bate not with them up-on that which is e-vil, but do your du-ty to man and to God. Their ways are full of dis-cord. Dis-cern good from e-vil, and dis-card that which is bad. En-gage in learn-ing. Make a great ef-fort to be-come wise and good. Then you will dif-fuse joy a-round you. If bad men try to de-lude you, heed them not. Dis-claim them, or they will de-base you.
Why should I hurt a poor fly.
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ELEVENTH READING LESSON. Good books en-large our minds. En-ter school glad-ly, and give your en-tire mind to your du-ties. If bad boys en-tice you a-way, do not con-sent. When you go on an er-rand, make haste. If you try, you will ex-cel, and by the ad-vice of your friends you will e-scape er-ror. Bad boys grow up to be bad men: they do wrong, for which there is no ex-cuse; and then they are brought to ac-count, and sent from their homes in-to ex-ile as fe-lons. Do not eat or drink to ex-cess. Be ex-act in your ways. En-vy no one, but try to en-hance the good of all. Lis-ten to the words of your fa-ther. Do not ex-pose your-self to cold and wet. Ex-ert your-self to do good, and be al-ways glad when you suc-ceed.
Little child be always mild.