3 edition of Fruits of solitude found in the catalog.
Fruits of solitude
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1983. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 566, no. 9).
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 566, no. 9.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||172|
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Some Fruits of Solitude is a collection of William Penn's reflections on subjects covering leadership, religion, discipline, relationships, and more, originally printed in In , William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania, published Fruits of Solitude as “an enchiridion,” or life manual. The book is quiet and pensive, filled with the power of .
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An enchiridion Fruits of solitude book a handbook or manual and that's exactly how William Penn referred to his little book of proverbs, wisddom, and principles for better living, commonly known as Some Fruits of Solitude/5.
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Published by Applewood Books 7/1/ () ISBN Fruits of Solitude book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(10). Fruits of My Solitude was therapeutic, and illuminating.
It highlighted the importance of solitude and it the benefits it has to offer. Technology in today society has choked the life out of solitude and made it non-existent. As I read the book I paused during certain points to look at my life to see where was my solitude and how much I needed /5(8).
Harvard Classics, Vol. 1, Part 3 Some Fruits of Solitude William Penn The aphorisms of the founder of Pennsylvania published anonymously so as not to be reimprisoned for disloyalty epitomize the simple Quaker truths upon which the Republic would be based. Some Fruits of Solitude in Reflections and Maxims is a collection of epigrams and sayings put together by the early American Quaker leader William Benjamin Franklin's Poor Richard's Almanack the work collected the wisdom of pre-Revolutionary USA.
It is included in volume one of the Harvard Classics. References. Harvard Classics - Franklin Woolman Penn - Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin - Journal of John Woolman - Fruits of Solitude by Franklin, Benjamin; Woolman, John; Penn, William and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Fruit of Solitude.
If the spiritual discipline of solitude doesn't impact real life, it's not worth much. Ruth Haley Barton. Note: This article is excerpted from Invitation to Solitude and Silence: Experiencing God's Transforming Presence.
One night I began to see a glimmer of something new and good for others emerging from my experiences Author: Ruth Haley Barton. Internet Archive BookReader Some Fruits of Solitude.
This book is both Some Fruits of Solitude () and the harder to find More Fruits of Solitude () as they were written, and, I suspect, in a spirit much like they were published. The diminutive format, what is quite literally a “pocket book,” is fit for reading in secret as its first readers in Restoration England almost certainly did.
OCLC Number: Description: xxxii, pages: portrait ; 13 cm: Other Titles: Some fruits of solitude, in reflections and maxims relating to the conduct of human life. Fruits of Solitude little book to Penn as confidently as though be had publicly owned it, there had been little or no external evidence of his authorship until, inMiss Sophie F.
de Rodes, of Barlborough Hall, Chesterfield, whose an- cestors had been close friends of. Some Fruits of Solitude is a collection of William Penn’s reflections on subjects covering leadership, religion, discipline, relationships, and more. Contemplation on his proverbs and principles will deliver the serenity of a much less chaotic time to your life and family.
It is a vintage treasure that keeps our Christian heritage alive and unrevised for every family, leader, and 93%(3). Fruits of solitude; reflections and maxims relating to the conduct of human life by Penn, William, ; R.
Donnelley and Sons Company ; Cheney, John Vance, Pages: Book Thoughts: (Warning!. Some parts may contain spoiler alerts. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK!) When you read my ratings as 10 out of 5, I am NOT kidding.
If only Goodreads contains more stars rather than just having 5, then I would no doubt be giving it all to Colleen. When I opened the first page of this book, I knew I was in for another uhmazing novel. Read "Some Fruits of Solitude Including A Sermon Preached at the Quaker's Meeting House, in Gracechurch-Street, London, Eighth Month 12th, " by William Penn available from Rakuten Kobo.
"Some Fruits of Solitude in Reflections and Maxims" is a Brand: Studium Publishing. Fruits of Solitude. The Harvard Classics CONTENTS BOOK CONTENTS BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD: William Penn. (–). Fruits of Solitude. The Harvard Classics. – Part I: Respect: Never esteem any Man, or thy self, the more for Money; nor think the meaner of thy self or another for want of it: Vertue being the just Reason.
Some Fruits of Solitude By: William Penn I received this book from New Leaf Publishing in exchange for a review. This book was a wonderful surprise. It is republished from a publication. The pages are even ragged to look like the old printing, but with a new look and feel/5.
William Penn, More Fruits of Solitude. Perhaps one will call me hypocritical for allowing a quote from Shakespeare to grace a munchy fantasy novel and then to turn around and say that the epigraph to a Harry Potter book falls flat.Some fruits of solitude.
New York, Truslove, Hanson & Comba, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Penn.
Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes: "More fruits of solitude: being the. Description: The full title of this book is Fruits of Solitude in Reflections and Maxims Relating to the Conduct of Human Life, by William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania.
This eleventh edition was printed by Benjamin Johnson in The spine has a label which reads Penn's Maxims. The front cover is missing, but the rest of the book is intact, and the front endpaper is inscribed by.