Sage Advice from 1885 – No. 4

Sage Advice from 1885 – No. 4

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This sage advice from Good Housekeeping in 1885 emphasize the profound impact women have on the lives of men and the sanctity of marriage. They underline the significance of a harmonious partnership, the responsibilities that come with marriage, and the consequences of a troubled union.

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Sage Advice

  • Women are the guardian angels of life.
  • If you wish to ruin yourself, marry a rich wife.
  • No man can either live piously or die righteously without a wife.
  • The man who is able to govern a woman is able to govern a nation.
  • A wife is a gift bestowed upon man to reconcile him to the loss of Paradise.
  • Secrets with girls, like guns with boys, are never valued till they make a noise.
  • Do not try to produce an ideal child, it would have no fitness in this world.
  • She builds up a home or degrades it. If a woman is honored in a home she makes it honorable.
  • Never join with your friend when he abuses his house and his wife, unless the one is about to be sold and the other buried.
  • A bad wife is a shackle to a man’s feet, a palsy to his hands, a burden on his shoulders, a smoke to his eyes, vinegar to his teeth, a thorn to his side, and a dagger to his heart.

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