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|It takes a lifetime to build up a character, but you can lose it in a very short time. |
Var.: A man will ... to end at home. (e) Charity should begin at home, but it should
not stay there. Rec. dist.: U.S., Can. 1st cit.: ca1380 Wyclif, Of Prelates in English
|Brecht, Bertolt Having leveled my palace, don't erect a hovel and complacently |
admire your own charity in giving me that for a home. - Bronte, Emily Charity
should begin at home, but should not stay there. - Brooks, Phillips Charity But
|most Christian sympathies, carry with them a plausible appearance, and pass |
current with those who do not trouble themselves to examine ... is not spent upon
Englishmen who stay at home, that the wants of religion in England are great,
and that '. charity should begin at home. ... No doubt there is room to employ any
amount of capital which could be supplied, but may not the same be truly
predicated of ...
|theory, but always discovering, not detecting ; and you are no more detectives |
than they are. ... “charity begins at home,” and which, as it is frequently
interpreted, means too often that it shall stay at home ; but you have given it that
broader interpretation, the real manly interpretation: Yes, charity begins at home,
not at my home, but at the poor man's home ; there is where charity begins, or
|Nothing can be more evident, than that there is a vast difference between sin and |
virtue — all the difference that there is ... "charity begins at home;" — so it should;
charity should begin at home ; but it should not turn hermit anil always stay at ...
|But by the artifices of her jealous sisters, whom she had admitted to visit her, |
contrary to the commands of Cupid, she was ... duty begins at home, although it
does not stay there, and charity goes abroad, not to be idle, however, but to do
|O I I THERE is a debt of mercy and pity, of charity and compassion, of reliefs and |
succour, due to human nature, and payable from one ... I I I IT is an old saying
that charity begins at home ; but this is no reason it should not go abroad ; a man
should ' live with the world as a. ... When a poor creature-—outwardly and visibly
such—comes before thee, do not stay to inquire whether the “ seven small
|But let any new fashion be introduced, or a famous singer come upon the stage, |
or some political measure require furtherance, or any improvement connecting ...
but it will be still harder to leave the treasures of earth, without making
preparation for treasures in heaven. ... Charity begins at home, but she does not
stay there, for then she would cease to be that charity which came from heaven to
earth, and ...
|of Charlotte Perkins Stetson before the National-American Convention of 1896 |
makes clear: Everything came out of the home; but because you began in a
cradle is no reason why you should always stay there. Because charity begins at
|Beautifully answered by Gray Squirrel, and it is a great pity that there is not room |
for it. ... Charity begins at home 1" I wish you would remember that, Bess. ... Yes ;
but I do not see what this has to do with my desire to help those Craddocks. ...
sitting-room — bedlam there! such a heap of noisy unkempt children, to be sure!
in the study there was N , absorbed and a little dusty ; he asked me to stay