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|I believe in God, only I spell it Nature. - Frank Lloyd Wright ... Mankind has |
probably done more damage to the Earth in the 20th century than in all of
previous human history. - Jacques-Yves ... For greed all nature is too little. -
Seneca 4 BC ...
|»Most powerful is he who has himself in his own power.« »Modesty forbids what |
the law does not.« »For greed all nature is too little.« »It is not the man who has
little, but he who desires more, that is poor.« »For many men, the acquisition of ...
|We can practice economy in our lives, reducing waste, but at the same time, not |
being too conservative to enjoy life to the full. Balance is everything. ... —Thomas
Fuller • "For greed, all nature is too little." —Seneca • "There are two times in a ...
|For greed all nature is too little. Lucius Annaeus Seneca On October 15, 1992, |
Charles Taylor and his NPFL rebels launched Operation Octopus. The principal
reasons for launching the operation were to overthrow the interim government of
|For greed all nature is too little. — Seneca The sentries to the San Gorgonio Pass|
, California's best-known terrain when it comes to extreme winds, are Mount San
Gorgonio (11,452 feet) to the north and Mount San Jacinto (10,815 feet) to the ...
|Seneca It is true greatness to have in one the frailty of a man and the security of a |
god. - Seneca For greed all nature is too little. - Seneca The display of grief
makes more demands than grief itself. How few men are sad in their own
|“For greed, all nature is too little,” said firstcentury philosopher Seneca the |
Younger, and in 1993, twenty-two-yearold picker Phay Eng was murdered and
robbed of his mushroom harvest.57 Eng was one of the hundreds of Cambodians
|... but imposed upon her from without. Now, although poor little Vevette's nature |
was too sweet and pure a one to be spoilt by all these mistakes of educa- vol. n. c
tion, her peace of mind was destroyed by them, and THE BRIDEGROOM. 17.
|QuotationsBook.com. Big mouthfuls often choke. - Proverb, Italian Wealth is like |
sea-water; the more we drink, the thirstier we become; and the same is true of
fame. - Schopenhauer, Arthur For greed all nature is too little. - Seneca Let me