With respect to habit formation, then, you see that youth is the time when emphasis should be laid upon the formation of as many useful habits as possible.
Youth is the only thing worth having.
Youth is the plastic state, and should be utilized in laying the foundation for a glorious future.
"All right," she returned, meekly, for although this youth was not much over a year her senior, his superior will dominated.
Youth’s first duty is reverence to parents.
The latter Youth (who used to be called Heigh-ho Dobbin, Gee-ho Dobbin, and by many other names indicative of puerile contempt) was the quietest, the clumsiest, and, as it seemed, the dullest of all Dr. Swishtail's young gentlemen.
There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than there is now, Nor any more heaven or hell than there is now.
Youth is a failing only too easily outgrown.
Youth is no objection.
The dissipated youth becomes a tainted man; and often he cannot be pure, even if he would.
And this enterprising youth, with parental guidance and assistance, became a lawyer.
The unhappy youth finally became hypochondriacal, and you know that while in this condition the mind is often under the dominion of sad and unaccountable illusions."
They are to be told that their youth was a dream, and the education and training which they received from us, an appearance only; in reality during all that time they were being formed and fed in the womb of the earth, where they themselves and their arms and appurtenances were manufactured; when they were completed, the earth, their mother, sent them up; and so, their country being their mother and also their nurse, they are bound to advise for her good, and to defend her against attacks, and her citizens they are to regard as children of the earth and their own brothers.
And quickly came he to Troy-land and the Hellespont, and went on his way in semblance as a young man that is a prince, with the new down on his chin, as when the youth of men is the comeliest.
"Then," exclaimed Hyjauje, "thou art of an unnatural and adulterous race, whose youths are catamites, and whose old men are obstinate as asses." "
Youth is a blunder; manhood a ----; old age a regret.