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|Essay Prompt William Penn said, Avoid popularity; it has many snares, and no |
real benefit. A century later, Abraham Lincoln said, Avoid popularity if you would
have peace. Do you agree or disagree that popularity is best not pursued since ...
Louis Klopsch - 1896 - 304 pages
|Popularity. Avoid popularity, if you would have peace. Abraham Lincoln. |
Avoid popularity, it has many snares, and no real benefit. William Penn. Woe
unto you when all men shall speak well of you! Luke 6: 26. Seek not the favor
1884 - 1216 pages
|Do not pipe to the populace, for it anyhow delights in running mad. Luther. Seek |
not the favor of the populace : it is seldom got by honest and lawful means. Kant.
The vulgar ... Avoid popularity ; it has many snares, and no real benefit. W. Penn.
|the contrary, saying little in many words, custom will be pleaded as it always is in |
favour of the practice sought here to be ... many efforts are made to remember the
injunction of Pen : " Avoid popularity, it has many snares and no real benefits.
|Avoid popularitv ; it has many snares, and no real benefit. William Perm. The |
love of popularity seems little else than the love of being beloved ; and is onlv
blamable when a person aims at the attections of a people by means in
Tryon Edwards - 1908 - 644 pages
|E. H. Chapin. POPULARITY. Popular opinion is the greatest lie in the world. |
Carlyle. Whatever is popular deserves attention. Mackintosh. Avoid popularity ;
it has many snares, and no real benefit. Penn. A popular man soon becomes ...
|Avoid popularity, it has many snares, and no real benefit. WILLIAM PENN. Woe |
untoyouwhen all men shallspeak well of you!LUKE 6:26. Seek notthe favor ofthe
multitude; itisseldomgotbyhonest and lawful means. But seek the testimony of few
|It is an old Proverb, Maxima bella ex levissimis causis: The greatest Feuds have |
had the smallest Beginnings. 316. No matter ... Avoid Popularity. It has many
Snares, and no real Benefit to thy self ; and Uncertainty to others. PRIVACY 325.
|Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (|
Hebrews XI: 1). If we confess our sins, He is faithful ... Avoid popularity; it has
many snares and no real benefits (William Penn). If one will command the
attention and ...
1917 - 2000 pages
|Rochefoucauld. Popular opinion is the greatest lie in the world. Carlyle. Our |
merit gains us the esteem of the virtuous ; our star, that of the public.
Rochefoucauld. Avoid popularity, it has many snares, and no real benefit.