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Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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Childhood is the sleep of reason.

 
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If someone were to expound that godliness is to belong to childhood in the temporal sense and thus dwindle and die with the years as childhood does, is to be a happy frame of mind that cannot be preserved but only recollected; if someone were to expound that repentance as a weakness of old age accompanies the decline of ones powers, when the senses are dulled, when sleep no longer strengthens but increases lethargy-this would be ungodliness and foolishness.

 
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If you had an unhappy childhood, you will always want to sleep late in the morning.

 
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Sleep, sleep, beauty bright,
Dreaming o'er the joys of night.
Sleep, sleep: in thy sleep
Little sorrows sit and weep.

 
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Whate'er thy joys, they vanish with the day:
Whate'er thy griefs, in sleep they fade away,
To sleep! to sleep!
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Sleep, happy soul, all life will sleep at last.

 
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Never, never, never can I say I had a frustrating childhood. It was all joy. Mother used to say she never had seen such a happy child that I awakened each morning with a smile. I dont remember that, but I do remember that I never wanted to go to bed, to go to sleep, for fear Id miss something.

 
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