The Seven Little Sisters Who Live on the Round Ball That Floats in the Air

The Seven Little Sisters Who Live on the Round Ball That Floats in the Air

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The Seven Little Sisters Who Live on the Round Ball That Floats in the Air by Jane Andrews

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MEMORIAL OF MISS JANE ANDREWSTHE BALL ITSELFTHE LITTLE BROWN BABYAGOONACK, THE ESQUIMAU SISTERHOW AGOONACK LIVES THROUGH THE LONG SUMMERGEMILA, THE CHILD OF THE DESERTTHE LITTLE MOUNTAIN MAIDENTHE STORY OF PEN-SETHE LITTLE DARK GIRLLOUISE, THE CHILD OF THE BEAUTIFUL RIVER RHINELOUISE, THE CHILD OF THE WESTERN FORESTTHE SEVEN LITTLE SISTERS

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re were some occasions when her idea of duty differed from a conventional one, perhaps from that of some of her near friends; but no one ever doubted her strict dealing with herself, or her singleness of motive. She did not feel the need of turning to any other conscience than her own for support or enlightenment, and was inflexible and unwavering in any course she deemed right. She never apologized for herself in any way, or referred a matter of her own experience or sole responsibility to another for decision; neither did she seem to feel the need of expressed sympathy in any private loss or trial. Her philosophy of life, her faith, or her temperament seemed equal to every exigency of disappointment or suffering. She generally kept her personal trials hidden within her own heart, and recovered from every selfish pain by the elastic vigor of her power for unselfish devotion to the good of others. She said that happiness was to have an unselfish work to do, and the power to do it.

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