1. "*Throwing bread out of door* AND STAY OUT!"
- Quote by Russell T. Davies
3. "July had come, and haying begun; the little gardens were doing finely and the long summer days were full of pleasant hours. The house stood open from morning till night, and the lads lived out of doors, except at school time. The lessons were short, and there were many holidays, for the Bhaers believed in cultivating healthy bodies by much exercise, and our short summers are best used in out-of-door work. Such a rosy, sunburnt, hearty set as the boys became; such appetites as they had; such sturdy arms and legs, as outgrew jackets and trousers; such laughing and racing all over the place; such antics in house and barn; such adventures in the tramps over hill and dale; and such satisfaction in the hearts of the worthy Bhaers, as they saw their flock prospering in mind and body, I cannot begin to describe."
- Louisa May Alcott, Little Men [with Biographical Introduction]
4. "Now look at this building for a school house. The ground around this building should be prepared for a playground and kept neat and clean and prepared so as to make the child happy. Children should be in a clean place. But how is it here? The moment the children step out of door they see nothing but filth all the day long. The minds of our children while young are pure and they should not spend their time in filthy places for it affects their minds and dwellings. They should be in a clean place, for they are visited by the angels of God. But parents do not realize this although it is true.6"
- Donald W. Parry, Angels: Agents of Light