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|Colton, Charles Caleb There is this paradox in pride -- it makes some men |
ridiculous, but prevents others from becoming so. - Colton, Charles Caleb A self-
made man? Yes, and one who worships his creator. - Cowper, William It ain't
|“A self-made man? Yes, and one who worships his creator [himself].” Just four |
days earlier, while sitting at my kitchen table, my prayer partner and I were
discussing our inner motives, so hard to discern. The little prides that steal the
glory from ...
|They sailed from Delft Haven one hundred and four in number, fifty-eight of whom |
were graduates of Oxford and ... the personal claim to be a self-made man,
ironically remarked, "Yes, he is a self-made man, and he worships his creator.
|A prince can mak a belted knight, * A marquis, duke, and a that; But an honest |
man's aboon his might: Guid faith, he maunna fa' that. d. BURNS-For A' ...
BURNS-Man Was Made to Mourn. But we, who ... A self-made man? Yes—and
worships his Creator. 0. HENRY ... The creation of a thousand forests is in one
acorn, and Egypt, Greece, Rome, Gaul, Britain, America, lie folded already in the
first man. 3/.
|A self-made man ? Yes ; and worships his creator. 4916 Henry Clapp : A Jest. A |
great man is an abstraction of some one excellence; but whoever fancies himself
an abstraction of excellence, so far from being great, may be sure that he is a ...
|A self-made man? Yes; and worships his creator. — Henry Clapp. He who, to be |
happy, needs nothing but himself, is happy. — Auerbach. Other people are least
satisfied with those women who are best satisfied with themselves. — Mine, de ...
|A prince can mak a belted knight, A marquis, duke, and a' that; But an honest |
man's aboon his might: Guid faith, he maunna fa' that. Burns— For A' That and A'
... 13 Sighing that Nature formed but one such man, And broke the die — in
moulding Sheridan. ... L. 233. 30 A self-made man? Yes — and worships his
|the early morning and lighting one's own fire," and so on. Here is a writer in the |
Saturday ... Was not this as clever as Henry Clapp's utterance : "Yes, Horace is a
self-made man ; and he worships his creator !" ***** "Women are the inheritors of
|... said about him. Said Clapp : "Horace Greeley is emphatically a self-made man, |
and he worships his Creator. ... "Yes, yes," replied the Professor, "I see ; that
accounts for the number of calves around the door!" Curiously ... Lord E. F , a
captain in the regiment, sauntered one day into the Royal Arcade, Dublin. After
|Said Clapp: “Horace Greeley is emphatically a self-made man, and he worship: |
his Creator 1" A Poncmuznrsu: correspondent, in alluding to the anecdote of ... “
Yes, yes," replied the Professor, “1 see; that accounts for the number of calves
around the door! ... for the people, high and low, with whom they were placed:
Lord E. F , a captain in the regiment, sauntered one day into the Royal Arcade,