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|Be more prompt to go to a friend in adversity than in prosperity. ... Christie, |
Agatha Treat your friends as you do your pictures, and place them in their best
light. - Churchill, Jennie ... Cicero, Marcus T. Friends are proved by adversity. -
|Even if a friend thinks himself hurt, still rebuke him; and if the bitterness of the |
correction wounds his mind, still rebuke him and fear not. “The wounds of ... 763
In adversity, too, a friend is proved, for in prosperity all seem to be friends. But as
|In a friend, a certain four qualities should be tested: loyalty, right intention, |
discretion, and patience. ... “For in adversity a friend is proved,” as someone says.
47 A rich man has many friends,48 but the onset of poverty tells whether they are
|You discern your friend's countenance by means of your body; you discern your |
faith by means of your mind ; but your friend's faith is not ... It is true that we can
have a friend even in prosperity, but he is proved more surely in adversity.
|But if yon see it not, how do you repay in turn the good will of your friend, if what |
you cannot see, you believe not ? Will you haply ... And yet it is true that a friend
may be had also in prosperity, but proved more surely in adversity. But assuredly
|Cicero, Marcus T. Friends are proved by adversity. - Cicero, Marcus T. Friendship |
is the only thing in the world concerning the usefulness of which all mankind are
agreed. - Cicero, Marcus T. Friendship makes prosperity brighter, while it ...
|Friends. were. proved. wrong. The Friends of Job did not believe Job's innocence |
and continued to argue that he might have been reaping the result of his sins just
as the wicked and the unrighteous would experience. They continued to ask ...
|Prosperity doth best discover vice, but adversity doth best discover virtue. It is |
natural ... It is often seen that friends who proved themselves to be the true friends
in prosperity forget their friends. when the hour of misfortune came. Such friends
|wish for our own affliction, that our friend's love towards us may be proved? And |
shall no man be happy in most sure friends, unless he shall be unhappy through
adversity? so that, forsooth, he enjoy not the tried love of the other, unless he be ...
|And if it be not so now] Job has proved by examples that the righteous are often |
oppressed ; that the wicked often triumph over ... Job's friends had also
endeavoured to prove that if a reported good man fell into adversity, it was a
proof that his ...