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|... faith (Cicero) t ii -os- solo furore punitur: a madman is to be punished by his |
madness alone Im losis absentis loco est: a ... virtutem tanquam umbra sequitur:
glory follows virtue as if it were its shadow (Cicero) ulori.r et i;iin:r jactura facienda
|world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his |
eternal power and God-head. ... GLORY. Glory follows virtue as if it were its
shadow. MAN NOT MADE BY CHANCE. For wc have not been framed or created
|Glory built On selfish principles, is shame and guilt. —Cowper. Glory follows |
virtue as if it were its shadow.—Cicero. Unless what we do is useful, our glory is
vain.–Phaedrus. Glory long has made the sages smile; 'tis something, nothing,
|Glory follows virtue as if it were its shadow—Cicero. ' Unless what we do is useful|
, our glory is vain.—Pha>.drus. Glory long has made the sages smile: 'tis
something_ nothing, words, illusion. wind.— yron. I am climbing a dilficult road;
but the ...
|Glory follows virtue as if it were its shadow. MAN NOT HADE BY CHANCE. For |
we have not been framed or created without design nor by chance, but there has
been truly some certain power, which had in view the happiness of mankind ...
|Who track the steps of Glory to the grave. BYRON — Monody on tlie Death of the |
Right Hon. R. B. Sheridan. (See also GRAY, LOWELL, MOORE) 17 Gloria
virtutem tanquam umbra sequitur. Glory follows virtue as if it were its shadow.
|Suzanne Gibbs Taylor. glory follows virtue as if it were its shadow. —Cicero The |
power of a man's virtue should not be measured. 47 47.
|Winston Churchill Glory follows virtue as if it were its shadow. Cicero (Roman |
orator and statesman, 106 − 43 BC) Real generosity is doing something nice for
someone who'll never find it out. Frank A. Clark (American writer, 1911 − 1991)
|A CHAPTER 1 GLORY, GOODNESS, AND GETTING ATTENTION Glory follows |
virtue as if it were its shadow. [Gloria virtutem tanquam umbra sequitur.] Cicero,
Tusculan Disputations UGUSTINE'S Confessions IS a classic story in which he ...
|The Marchese feebly waved his hand — Victoria was called: she entered the |
room with slow and trembling steps — she gazed ... Perhaps a combination of
two Cicero quotations: “Glory follows virtue as if it were its shadow” (Gloria