Childhood itself is scarcely more lovely than a cheerful, kindly, sunshiny old age. Mrs. L. M. Child
Childhood may do without a grand purpose, but manhood cannot. J. G. Holland
Childhood memories last long.
Childhood often holds a truth with its feeble fingers, which the grasp of manhood cannot retain, - which it is the pride of utmost age to recover. Ruskin
Childhood should be happy and carefree.
Childhood shows the man as morning shows the day.
Childhood shows the man, as morning shows the day. Milton
Childhood, who like an April morn appears, Sunshine and rain, hopes clouded o'er with fears. Churchill
Childish ignorance of many very ordinary things. Michel De Montaigne
Children act in the village as they have learned at home.
Children always turn towards the light. Oh that grown-up people in this world became like little children! Hare
Children and chicken must ever be picking.
Children and chickens are always a-picking.
Children and chickens must be always picking.
Children and drunk people speak the truth.
Children and drunken men speak the truth.
Children and drunks always speak the truth.
Children and fooles cannot lye. John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part i. Chap. xi.
Children and fools are prophets.
Children and fools cannot lie.
Children and fools have (o. live) merry lives.
Children and fools must not play with edged tools.
Children and fools speak the truth.
Children and fools tell (o. speak) (the) truth.
Children and money make a nice world. Yiddish] Kinder un gelt iz a shaineh velt.
Children and the deaf are the punishment of God.
Children are a certain sorrow, but uncertain joy. (Danish)
Children are a poor man's riches.
Children are a poor man's wealth.
Children are amused with toys and men with words. Michel De Montaigne
Children are buttonholes that hold their parents together.
Children are certain cares, but uncertain comforts.
Children are certain sorrow, but uncertain joy.
Children are definitive sorrow, but undefinitive joy.
Children are God's apostles, day by day sent forth to preach of love and hope and peace. Lowell
Children are marvellously and intuitively correct physiognomists. The youngest of them exhibit this trait. Bartol
Children are poor men's riches, certain cares, but uncertain comforts; when they are little, they make parents fools; when great, mad.
Children are poor men's riches.
Children are the hands by which we take hold of heaven. By these tendrils we clasp it and climb thitherward. And why do we think that we are separated from them? We never half knew them, nor in this world could. Beecher
Children are the keys of Paradise. They alone are good and wise, Because their thoughts, their very lives are prayer R. H. STODDARD: The Children's Prayer.
Children are the parent's riches.
Children are the reward of life.
Children are the riches of the poor.
Children are the sweetest things of all to own. Menander, The Girl Who Got Her Hair Cut
Children are the to-morrow of society. Whately
Children are uncertain comforts but certain cares.
Children are very nice observers, and they will often perceive your slightest defects. In general, those who govern children forgive nothing in them, but everything in themselves. Fénelon