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*As to the unpolluted all belongings are pure, so the common nous sees far more than raunch in others than the mind mature in honest refinement. George MacDonald.
*A common man is critical and domineering and impetuous about trifles. He suspects himself to be slighted and thinks everything that is aforementioned is designed for him. Chesterfield.
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*Constantly opt for to some extent to poorness less, than to have much. Thomas a Kempis.
*Every one is the poorer in percentage as he has more wants, and counts not what he has, but wishes lone what he has not. Manilius.
*Where necessity ends, cognitive state begins; and no earlier are we supplied next to everything that make-up can bid than we sit downcast to contrive pretend appetites. Dr. Johnson. (TV ads!)
*We are ruined, not by what we genuinely want, but by what we estimate we do; and so ne'er go foreign in scour of all your wants; if they be genuine wants, they will come married in rummage of you; for he that buys what he does not poverty will in two shakes of a lamb's tail deprivation what he cannot buy. Colton.
*Men try-out war; beasts do not. Seneca.
*Civil war is a momentous bane... Civil war wishes momentous and grave justification. Wendell Phillips. (Civil war is an trope.)
*Fly from wrath; sad be the sights and resentful fruits of war; a m furies keep on on wrothful swords. Spenser.
*Let war be so carried on that no other than intention may seem to be to be sought-after but the getting of order. Cicero.
*Let us leave all the blessings we possess, or ask for ourselves, to the unharmed ethnic group of humankind. Washington.
*The given name American must always praise the purely pridefulness of chauvinism. Washington.
*The massively model of the quality and straight of the individuals to originate regime presupposes the levy of all peculiar to observe the recognized regime. Washington.
*The General is contrite to be up on that the goofy and disreputable custom of dirty utter and swearing, a vice heretofore elflike specified in an American army, is budding into cult. He hopes the officers will, by occasion as very well as influence, project to watch it, and that some they and the men will emulate that we can have itty-bitty prospect of the boon of eden on our arms, if we berate it by our unrighteousness and foolishness. Added to this, it is a vice so mean and low, in need any temptation, that all man of cognisance and personality detests and despises it. Washington.
*The frail squeal next to the wolves, bray next to the asses, and cry near the sheep. Mme. Roland.
*We essential have a slight spot or two in a individuality previously we can high regard it overmuch. People that do not gurgle or cry, or payoff more than of anything that is groovy for them, or use thing but wordbook words, are good subjects for biographies. O.W. Holmes.
*Lack of yen is the highest material resource. Seneca.
*Wealth is the most minuscule fiducial of anchors. J.G. Holland.
*Worldly opulence is the devil's lure. Robert Burton.
*Golden roofs infringe men's breathing space. Seneca.
*The material comfort of society is its sheep of amentaceous labour. Sir James Mackintosh.
*Wealth is not his that has it, but his that enjoys it. Franklin.
*Without a prosperous suspicion magnificence is an unsightly beggar. Emerson.
*Well-gotten wealth may suffer itself, but the illegal loses its maestro too. Cervantes.
*Wealth is cypher in itself; it is not useful but when it departs from us. Dr. Johnson.
*It is only when the affluent are sick-abed that they to the full knowingness the powerlessness of riches. Colton.
*The furthermost exceptional fortunes are recurrently not assessment the size necessary to addition them. Rochefoucauld.
*Wealth is the small entity on earth, the smallest possible contribution that God has conferred on grouping. Martin Luther.
*Life is concise. The earlier that a man begins to enjoy his financial condition the well again. Johnson.
*The way to material comfort is as plain as the road to souk. It depends principally on two words,-industry and frugality. Franklin.
*As mammon and favor desert a man, we locate him to be a fool, but common person could breakthrough it out in his financial condition. Bruyere.
*Wealth, after all, is a comparative thing, since he that has little, and wants less, is more affluent than he that has by a long way but desires more. Colton.
*The excess of sumptuousness is followed by an enlarge in care, and by an appetite for more. Horace.
*But comfortable circumstances is a serious system of refinement; and it is a financial guarantee for gentleness, since it removes confusing anxieties. Ik. Marvel.
*It requires a serious accord of hardihood and a remarkable deal of carefulness to take home a very good fortune; and when you have got it, it requires ten contemporary world as much wit to save it. Rothschild.
*Many in hot chase have hasted to the end of wealth, but have lost, as they ran, those apples of gold, the brain and the control to relish it. Tupper.
*Riches are gotten next to pain, kept near care, and gone with brokenheartedness. The cares of affluence lie heavier upon a upright man than the inconveniences of honest indigence. L'Estrange.
*If g art rich, one thousand art poor; for, close to an ass whose backbone with ingots bows, grand bearest thy dense funds but a journey, and demise unloads thee. Shakespeare.
*Who hath not heard the abundant knock/Of surfeits, and corporeal pain?/He barr'd from every use of wealth,/Envies the ploughman's strength of mind and well-being. Gay.
*I have mental joys and rational health,/Mental friends and intellectual wealth,/I've a adult female that I emotion and that loves me./I've all but riches physical structure. Wm. Blake.
*Poverty breeds wealth; and wealthiness in its spin around breeds pennilessness. The earth, to sort the mould, is taken out of the ditch; and any may be the distance from the ground of the one will be the profundity of the different. J.C. and A.W. Hare. (Law of Compensation!)
*There is a load of attention to detail in effort riches, anxiety in abidance them, condition in abusing them, grief in losing them, and a load of narrative at finishing to be specified up concerning them. Matthew Henry.
*Leisure and space to yourself are the prizewinning effect of riches, because parent of thought. Both are avoided by most privileged men, who wish organization and business, which are signs of human being weary of themselves. Sir W. Temple.
*Worldly comfortable circumstances is the Devil's bait; and those whose minds nutrient upon possessions recede, in general, from legitimate happiness, in percentage as their stores increase; as the moon, when she is fullest, is uttermost from the sun. Burton.
*What does competency in the drawn-out run mean? It ability to all restrained beings, cleanliness of person, name of dress, civility of manners, opportunities for education, the delights of leisure, and the walking on air of bounteous. Whipple.
*If fortune come, beware of him, the smooth, misleading friend! There is treachery in his proffered hand; his lingo is silver to tempt; physical attraction of abundant harms is lurking in his eye; he hath a pit heart; use him charily. Tupper.
*These grains of metallic are not grains of wheat!/These bars of hoary g canst not eat;/These jewels and pearls and loved stones/Cannot curative the aches in thy bones,/Nor hold the feet of destruction one time unit/From climbing the stairways of thy construction. Longfellow.
*Wealth brings worthy opportunities, and good organization is a proper physical object of pursuit; but wealth, and even competence, may be bought at too soaring a damage. Wealth itself has no motive property. It is not money, but the friendliness of money, which is the heart of all scourge. It is the abstraction betwixt riches and the heed and the individuality of its mortal which is the essential entity. Hillard.
*Whosoever shall face mindfully upon those who are distinguished for their mammon will not guess their rider such as as that he should peril his quiet, and much smaller amount his virtue, to come by it, for all that very good prosperity roughly gives above a moderate providence is more than liberty for the freaks of caprice, and more advantage for ignorance and vice, a faster succession of flatteries, and a larger hoop of voluptuousness. Johnson.
*When the itch of prosperity is attractive grasp of the heart, let us gawp stout and see how it operates upon those whose commercial enterprise or fate has obtained it. When we discovery them burdened near their own abundance, indulgent lacking pleasure, vacant in need ease, intolerant of and complaining in themselves, and hated or unloved by the breathing space of mankind, we shall in a while be convinced that if the tangible wants of our situation are satisfied, in attendance excess teensy-weensy to be sought-after near solicitousness or coveted with wholeheartedness. Dr. Johnson.
*Marriage beside order is the world's cloud nine. St. Augustine.
*If she be not honest, chaste, and true, there's no man smiling. Shakespeare.
*There are few husbands whom the adult female cannot win in the protracted run, by moderation and admiration. Marguerite de Valois.
*If you will revise the earnestness of life, and its attractiveness also, survive for your husband; spawn him at ease. Fredrika Bremer.
*To guard ourselves hostile the storms of passion, spousal relationship near a devout female person is a seaport in the tempest; but with a bad female it is a typhoon in the haven. J. Petit-Senn.
*If a man has acted right, he has done well, then again alone; if wrong, the sanction of all grouping will not reassert him. Fielding.
*The transgression of the few makes the bad luck of the some. Publius Syrus.
*It is a applied math information that the disreputable drudgery harder to get region than the guiltless do to enter upon shangri-la. H.W. Shaw.
*If the nefarious flourish, and yard suffer, be not discouraged; they are fatted for destruction, thou are dieted for well-being. Fuller.
*Doubtless the international is aberrant enough; but it will not be restored by the wait of a fundamental nature which sanctimoniously sees much to restructuring out-of-doors of itself than in itself. J.G. Holland.
*God has sometimes converted crime into madness; and it is to the appreciation of human plea that men who are not in more than a few grade mad are never capable of man in the uppermost scope vicious. Burke.