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|Chapter – Common Sense Dear Daqri, What happened to all the common sense |
in this world? There's little ... If a man has common sense, he has all the sense
there is. ... He who does not have common sense at age thirty will never have it.
|QuotationsBook.com. - Meredith, George To see what is in front of one's nose |
requires a constant struggle. - Orwell, George He who does not have common
sense at age thirty will never have it. - Proverb No one tests the depth of a river
|He is master of his trade, and gifted with a magnificent tenor voice, and yet his |
relatives have to furnish him money to pav his board and buy his tobacco. ...
Again we can all point out men who could not follow out the simplest scientific ...
He came to this country when almost thirty years of age without i dollar of capital,
and with so little education that he could neither read nor write — nor can he to ...
"Poor John Brownrig failed in life," he said, "because he never learned by
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William Hutton - 1840 - Read
|But he who unfortunately has but one, may be reckoned poor, because he is |
below the medium. ... As every head is not fraught with wisdom, knowledge, wit,
or good sense, those which are have a property beyond the ... for them, Youth
commands pleasure, and pleasure is a fortune which the man of threescore has
spent, never to be recovered. ... one aged thirty, the other sixty, the man of thirty is
twice as rich as the other, for he can easily double his fortune while he doubles
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New American Supplement ... He went to Rome, but did not long remain there;
and on his return to France he retired to the college of the Jesuits at Paris, where
he ... I want, he in effect says, to obtain a certain knowledge of what is distinct
from myself, and this I can never do by mere ... Common sense he defines to be “
that disposition which nature has placed in all or most men, in order to enable
them, when ...
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|And so, if he has only common sense, he is to use it as he best can for his own |
advantage. ... Lies are a sort of wooden pegs that keep the world together as if it
was a box; nice little things, so let into the work as never to be seen. ... Certainly
not. I, Isaac Smirk, behind the counter, was not the Isaac Smirk dressed for
church on Sundays. How could I be? ... who can lay his hand upon his heart and
say he has thirty thousand pounds,-a man who has married his daughters to
fortunes, and, ...
|ing that he probably falls into the third category: In spite of rumors to the contrary, |
I have never taken a solemn vow or ... make a decision, I can best explain it by
saying that I lacked an assurance from God that he meant me to go forward. ... I
also asked Stott what sort of advice he would give to singles who do not have any
plans at the moment but would ... Many young adults only look at the short term
and panic if there are no prospects for marriage by the end of college or by age
|you and your partner are over age thirty or there are clues from your past that |
either one of you might have a fertility problem, and you still don't get pregnant
after optimizing your chances ... But this does not mean you will never have a