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|Conceit is the most incurable disease that is known to the human soul. Rec. dist.: |
Ill. 1st cit. ... SEE ALSO IGNORANCE is the mother of conceit. conceited Every
man has a right to be conceited until he is successful. Var.: Every man has a right
|To succeed means that you may have to step out of line and march to the sound |
of your own drummer. - Degreen, Keith Success is ... Disraeli, Benjamin Every
man has a right to be conceited until he is successful. - Disraeli, Benjamin To ...
|YOUNG Nothing makes a man so cross as success. TROLLOPE Every man has |
a right to be conceited until he is successful. DISRAELI When a man has been
highly honored and has eaten a little he is most benevolent. NIETZSCHE The ...
|1925) British author I have every sympathy with the American who was so |
horrified by what he had read of the effects ... Henry Labouchere (1831-1912)
English journalist, politician Every man has a right to be conceited until he is
|As Clarence Frances once said "You can never buy an employee's loyalty — this |
you have to earn." On this same subject Disraeli wisely remarked "Every man has
the right to be conceited — until he is successful." The success of every ...
|Conceit in weakest bodies strongest works. (Sliakespeare) Conceit may puff a |
man up, but never prop him up. Conceited goods are quickly spent. Every man
has a right to be conceited until he is successful. (Disraeli) He is so full of himself
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|If the patient has taken an acid poison, give alkali such as lime water (made from |
a weak solution of wall plaster) or soap suds. If the poison is alkali, give ... "Every
man has a right to be conceited until he is successful. " — Disraeli. RAILROADS ...
|Or, Types and Principles of Success, as Illustrated in the Lives and Careers of |
Famous Americans of the Present Day Henry Woldmar Ruoff ... If, on the contrary,
a huge self-conceit still holds possession of him, and he straightens up to the
assertion of his cold ... The world has no use for such a man, and he has only to
retire, or submit to be trodden upon. ... He will net be noticed until he becomes
noticeable, until he has done something to prove that he has an absolute value in
|They were NARROW; they would cast him out because he dared the tight of |
private judgment and expressed an honest conviction. The church is right to
exclude the immoral, but there should be room in it for every earnest man who
has a living ... REMEMBER TODAY : "Seest thou a man wise in his own conceit.
... Then, as their hatred grows, so mounts he higher until he declares "the man is
|On the other hand, the law holds with equal sureness for all right action. ... The |
good man has absolute good, which like fire turns everything to its own nature, so
that you cannot do him any harm; but as the ... against it, so no man has a
thorough acquaintance with the hindrances or talents of men, until he has
suffered from the one, and seen ... put on his wits, on his manhood; he has
gained facts; learns his ignorance; is cured of the insanity of conceit; has got
moderation and real skill.