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|generous ; a charitable man is the true lover of God ; charity begins at home, but |
should not end there ; it covereth a ... the luxury of doing good ; be charitable
before wealth makes you covetous ; beneficence is a duty ; prayer conveys us
|Charity begins at home, is the voice of the world; yet is every man his greatest |
enemy, and, as it were, his own executioner. - Browne, Sir Thomas Be charitable
before wealth makes you covetous. - Browne, Sir Thomas The giving is the
|Paul Osumi - CHARITY - SHARING Charity in its simplest form, is the goodwill |
and brotherly love towards others, but in its most profound ... "With malice
towards none, with charity for all. ... "Be charitable before wealth makes you
|Charles Simmons If you haven't got charity in your heart, you have the worst kind |
of heart trouble,” Bob Hope. Be charitable before wealth makes thee covetous,”
Thomas Browne. Charity should begin at home, but should not stay there,” ...
|Heraclitus The basic fact of today is the tremendous pace of change in human life |
Jawaharlal Nehru You must be the change you wish to see in the world. M.K.
Gandhi ... Sir Francis Bacon Be charitable before wealth makes thee covetous.
|Bonnell (Dates unknown) ** Be charitable before wealth makes thee covetous. ** |
Sir Thomas Browne (16051682) ** If money is your hope for independence you
will never have it. The only realsecurity thata man willhave in this world is a ...
|i Only observe, that such an anger alone is criminal, which is against charity to |
myself or my neighbour ; but anger against ... to charity before mentioned, and by
the proper rules of justice ; which being secured, the arts of getting money are not
... Covetousness makes a man miserable ... and calls for a warm cloak, he is
pleased if you give it him ; but you trouble him if you load him with six or eight
|Non facultatem, sed cupiditatem repre- hendimus: (we condemn not wealth but |
covetousness.) ... And if you have wealth, " make you friends with your riches :
that they" (so made friends by your charity) " may receive" (and make way for) you
|watch one day, and so you may increase till it becomes easy and habitual. Only |
observe that such an anger alone is criminal which is against charity to myself or
my neighbour ; but anger against ... to charity before mentioned, and by the
proper rules of justice ; which being secured, the arts of getting money are not
easily made criminal. To which also we may add, 1. Covetousness makes a man
miserable1; because riches are not means to make a man happy : and unless
felicity were ...