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|Fr. Courage, sir, / That makes man or woman look their goodliest. 1 ennyson. ... |
Covetousness, like jealousy, when it has once taken root, never leaves a man but
with his life. T. Hughes. ... Cowardice is the dread of what will happen. Epictetus.
|Epictetus Covetousness like jealousy, when it has taken root, never leaves a |
person, but with their life. Cowardice is the dread of what will happen. - Epictetus
If evil be spoken of you and it be true, correct yourself, if it be a lie, laugh at it.
|Covetousness like jealousy, when it has taken root, never leaves a person, but |
with their life. Cowardice is the dread of what will happen. - Epictetus Fear has its
use but cowardice has none. - Gandhi, Mahatma Cowards can never be moral.
|Never has Nobel Prize-winner Naguib Mahfouz's talent for rich and luxurious storytelling been more evident than in this outstanding novel, first published in Arabic in 1947.|
|While on a journey, a traveler discovers a community in which machines are forbidden and the infirm are treated as criminals.|
|Renowned bureaucrat and writer Shashi Tharoor released the book in Mumbai and termed it a gripping and delightful read. The book is a historical account, but features many colloquial terms too.|