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|His vanity (3:2-6) Not content with merely having a high office and using it, |
Haman wanted all the public recognition and honor that he could secure. ... "
Fools take to themselves the respect that is given to their office," wrote Aesop in
his fable ...
|"Fools take to themselves the respect that is given to their office," wrote Aesop in |
his fable "The Jackass in Office"; and it applies perfectly to Haman. He was
recognized, not because of his character or his ability, but because of the office
|To paraphrase an old adage, Show respect for those you pass on the ladder of |
success, as they are the same people you will pass on your way ... One of
Aesop's fables states, Fools take to themselves the respect that is given to their
|Quotes. about. Respectability. from. QuotationsBook.com. Fools take to |
themselves the respect that is given to their office. - Aesop To depersonalize man
is the dominant drift of our times. - Amiel, Henri Frederic There is no respect for
|Even if they have, then there appears to be no witness, no one who saw anything|
, nothing to lay a path to the culprit. ... my capabilities as I also know my
weaknesses, for only fools take to themselves the respect that is given to their
|Fools take to themselves the respect that is given I to their office. Fable CLI. THE |
PORKER AND THE SHEEP. A YOUNG Porker took up his quarters in a fold of
Sheep. One day the shepherd laid hold on him, when he squeaked and
|God permitted Haman to be appointed to this high office because He had |
purposes to fulfill through him. (See Rom. 9:17.) God takes His ... Do they use
their authority to promote themselves or to help others? Do they glorify
themselves or ...
Alfred Armand Montapert - 1986 - Snippet view
|Connelly A FOOL and her money are soon courted. Helen Rowland IT is |
sometimes necessary to play the fool to avoid being deceived by clever men.
La Rochefoucauld FOOLS take to themselves the respect that is given to their
|Fool's Resolution. l Jan. ... The preamble of her act of the Legislature of the 17th |
March, 1780, is as follows: 'htrcas nothing, under Divine ... a federal alliance,
on such liberal principles as will give satisfaction to its respective members; and
whereas the articles of confederation ... some States of older date, by their
representatives, very kindly offer to take the money themselves, and their
younger brethren ...
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