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Summary

Hal Borland was a famous Author from USA, who lived between May 14, 1900 and February 22, 1978. He became 77 years old.

Biography

Glen Harold Hal Borland (born in Sterling, Nebraska, died in Sharon, Connecticut) was a journalist, who wrote articles in various publications of the country, including The New York Times, which was notable for its editorials related to nature.

He also published collections of essays on the subject and the outdoor life: An American Year, Hill Country Harvest, Sundial of the Seasons, Seasons, Hal Borland's Book of Days, and Hal Borland's Twelve Moons of the Year.

He also wrote novels and poems, dedicated both to adults and children: Value: The Story of a Dog, Wapiti Pete: The Story of an Elk, The Youngest Shepherd, The Seventh Winter, When the Legends Die, The Amulet, and King of Squaw Mountain.

Zodiac etc.

He is born under the zodiac taurus, who is known for Security, Subtle strength, Appreciation, Instruction, Patience. Our collection contains 14 quotes who is written / told by Hal, under the main topic Nature.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hal_Borland

Famous quotes by Hal Borland (14)


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"Summer is a promissory note signed in June, its long days spent and gone before you know it, and due to be repaid next January"
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"Knowing trees, I understand the meaning of patience. Knowing grass, I can appreciate persistence"
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"If you would know strength and patience, welcome the company of trees"
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"Man is wise and constantly in quest of more wisdom; but the ultimate wisdom, which deals with beginnings, remains locked in a seed. There it lies, the simplest fact of the universe and at the same time the one which calls forth faith rather than reason"
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"The ultimate wisdom which deals with beginnings, remains locked in a seed. There it lies, the simplest fact of the universe and at the same time the one which calls faith rather than reason"
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"A woodland in full color is awesome as a forest fire, in magnitude at least, but a single tree is like a dancing tongue of flame to warm the heart"
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"October is the fallen leaf, but it is also a wider horizon more clearly seen. It is the distant hills once more in sight, and the enduring constellations above them once again"
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"Knowing trees, I understand the meaning of patience. Knowing grass, I can appreciate persistence"
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"A woodland in full color is awesome as a forest fire, in magnitude at least, but a single tree is like a dancing tongue of flame to warm the heart"
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"You can't be suspicious of a tree, or accuse a bird or a squirrel of subversion or challenge the ideology of a violet"
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"Summer ends, and Autumn comes, and he who would have it otherwise would have high tide always and a full moon every night"
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"No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn"
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"A snowdrift is a beautiful thing - if it doesn't lie across the path you have to shovel or block the road that leads to your destination"
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"April is a promise that May is bound to keep"


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