School: Baile na Carraige, Cill Díoma (roll number 11295)

Ballynacarriga, Co. Limerick
Séamus Ó Gríobhtha
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0504, Page 294

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  1. (1) Never leave in till to morrow which you can do to day.
    (2) We make ourselves our own distress, we are ourselves our happiness.
    (3) Gentle words fall lightly, but they have a great weight.
    (4) But bear to day whate'er to day may bring ; Tis the one way to make to morrow sing.
    (5) happiness is not perfected until it is shared.
    (6) Every failure teaches a man something, if he will but learn.
    (7) We get out of life what we put into it.
    (8) No great man ever complains of lack of
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