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1  I could hardly contain myself, I was so happy.
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2  They seemed happy only when they were helping the students in some manner.
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3  I was supremely happy in the opportunity of being able to assist somebody else.
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4  Then, too, I could not see how my conscience would permit me to spare the time from my work and be happy.
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5  He was just as happy in trying to assist some other institution in the South as he was when working for Hampton.
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6  He cherished no bitterness against the South, and was happy when an opportunity offered for manifesting his sympathy.
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7  She was never very strong, but never seemed happy unless she was giving all of her strength to the cause which she loved.
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8  He seemed at that time to be supremely happy, because he was living, as he expressed it, through one week that was free from sin.
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9  I think I never saw a community of people so happy over anything as were the coloured people over the prospect of this new building.
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10  They were happy in the privilege of being permitted to enjoy any kind of opportunity that would enable them to improve their condition.
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11  It was hard for me to understand how any individuals could bring themselves to the point where they could be so happy in working for others.
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12  I am made to feel just as happy now when I am rendering service to Southern white men as when the service is rendered to a member of my own race.
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13  Notwithstanding my need of money and clothing, I was very happy in the fact that I had secured enough money to pay my travelling expenses back to Hampton.
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14  During this time he has borne the school upon his heart night and day, and is never so happy as when he is performing some service, no matter how humble, for it.
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15  One of the chief ambitions which spurred me on at Hampton was that I might be able to get to be in a position in which I could better make my mother comfortable and happy.
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16  The disappointment was made all the more severe by reason of the fact that my place of work was where I could see the happy children passing to and from school mornings and afternoons.
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17  At that institution I got my first taste of what it meant to live a life of unselfishness, my first knowledge of the fact that the happiest individuals are those who do the most to make others useful and happy.
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