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|Our probity is not less at the mercy of fortune than our property.— Rochefoucauld. |
Fortune is the rod of the weak and the staff of the brave. — Lowell. Fortune is
merry, And in this mood will give us anything. — Shakespeare. The good, we do
|Fortune does not change men ; it only unmasks them. Mme. Riccoboni. Fortune |
gives too much to many, but to none enough. Martial. Fortune is the rod of the
weak and the staff of the brave. J. R. Lowell. The less we deserve good fortune,
|M. Fortis et constantis animi est, non perturbari in rebus asperis— It shows a |
brave and resolute spirit not to be agitated in ... Pr. 20 Fortuna favet fortibus—
Fortune favours the brave. ... Fortune is the rod of the weak, and the staff of the
|FORTUNE. FORTUNE. The old Scythians painted blind Fortune's powerful hands |
with wings, to show her gifts come swift and suddenly, which, if her favorite be not
swift to take, he loses them forever ... rod of the weak and the staff of the brave.
|The bad fortune of the good turns their faces up to heaven ; the good fortune of |
the bad bows their heads down to the earth. — Saadi. Fortune is the rod of the
weak, and the staff of the brave. — J. R. Lowell. Ill fortune never crushed that man
|Men are seldom blessed with good fortune and good sense at the same time. - |
Livy 1268. Fortune and love befriend the bold. - Ovid 1269. Fortune is the rod of
the weak and the staff of the brave. - Lowell 1270. Fortune favours fools. ^^Irffi^Lii
|To assist in a better mutual understanding between Capital and Labor, Rich and |
Poor, Employer and Employee. ... vou know, Mr. Jones, that this record "of 99
PER CENT has never <J Fortune is the rod of the weak and the staff of the brave.
|... will-never sit down without-one. 2. When-we feel a strong desire to thrust our |
advice upon others, it-is usually because we suspect their weakness; ... Fortune
is-the rod of -the weak and-the staff of-the brave. 11. The-chains of habit are ...
|Fortune is the rod of the weak and the staff of the brave. To be happy we must be |
true to nature and carry our age along with us. Though I am always in haste, I am
never in a hurry. The entire ocean is affected by a pebble. He makes no friend ...
|... with the sharp mordant of experience. - Lowell, James Russell Fortune is the |
rod of the weak, and the staff of the brave. - Lowell, James Russell Freedom is
the only law which genius knows. It is the privilege of genius that life never grows