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|ABSTINENCE. Abstinence is approved of God. — Chaucer. By forbearing to do |
what may innocently be done, we may add hourly new vigor to resolution. — Dr.
Johnson. ... Abstaining is favorable both to the head and the pocket. — Horace ...
|Frances E. Willard “The only way for a rich man to be healthy is by exercise and |
abstinence, to live as if he were poor.” - Sir William Temple “Abstaining is
favorable both to the head and the pocket.” - Horace Greeley “When you doubt,
Joseph Sutton - 1991 - 360 pages
|... One swallow doesn't make a summer but too many swallows make a fall. —|
G.D. Prentice A drunkard is like a whiskey bottle, all neck and belly and no head.
—Austin O'Malley Abstaining is favorable both to the head and the pocket ...
Sanjiv Purba - 1999 - 1048 pages
|... I02 Comfort and prosperty have never enriched the world as much as a I03 |
Abstaining is favorable both to the head and the pocket I04 Fame usually comes
to those who are thinking of something else I05 Common sense isvery
Craig Dworkin, Kenneth Goldsmith - 2011 - 593 pages
|A rich man is nothing but a poor man with money. Forgive me. Abstaining is |
favorable both to the head and the pocket. Forgive me. Ah, the patter oflittle feet
around the house. There's nothing like having a midget for a butler. Forgive me.
All the ...
|Horace Greeley, the famous New York newspaper editor for whom the town was |
named, had proclaimed, Abstaining is favorable both to the head and the pocket.
I don't think Papa was an alcoholic but on weekends he was a problem drinker.
|Abstaining is favorable, both to the head & pocket. (Horace Greeley) Affective |
education methods emphasized values clarification, decision-making,
interpersonal relations,assertiveness,andfulfilling needsin existing social
institutions (instead ...
Wendy Toliver - 2005 - 511 pages
|Duchess of Windsor Abstaining is favorable both to the head and to the pocket. |
— Horace Greeley No gentleman ever has any money. —Oscar Wilde The self-
explorer, whether he wants to or not, becomes the explorer of everything else.
|"Abstinency is favorable both to the head and to the pocket." — Horace Greeley. |
50. " O that men should ... away their brains ! " — Shakespeare. 51. "A schoolboy
in Australia recently put the matter tersely, thus : ' I abstain from liquor because, ...
|Complete abstinence is easier than perfect moderation. - St. Augustine 58. |
Always rise from the table with an appetite and you will never sit down without
one. - William Penn 59. Abstaining is favourable both to the head and pocket. -