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|Cervantes, Miguel De Laziness never arrived at the attainment of a good wish. - |
Cervantes, Miguel De 'Tis a dainty thing to command, though 'twere but a flock of
sheep. - Cervantes, Miguel De For a man to attain to an eminent degree in ...
|Miguel de Cervantes Doing good to base fellows is like throwing water into the |
sea. Miguel de Cervantes Laziness never arrived at the attainment of a good
wish. Miguel de Cervantes Man appoints, and God disappoints. Miguel de
|Cato The Elder ***Sloth < never arrived at the attainment of a good wish. |
Cervantes ***For a nation which has ... Robert Benchley ***Laziness grows on
people; it begins in cobwebs, and ends in iron chains. The more business a man
has to do ...
|Material attainment is one side, spiritual attainment the other side, the opposite |
direction. The word ... But we do not see the sacrifice that each one of them has to
make in order to arrive at that object which they wish to attain. A lazy man is ...
|Europeans were impressed that children were allowed to speak out during meals |
and that often their wishes were deferred to. Others noted ... If an individual
remained poor or at the bottom of society, that individual was considered unlucky,
stupid, or lazy. The great emphasis placed on achievement is still found in all
levels of society, although it is often expressed in a different fashion. There is ...
Because success is open ended, one never really knows when one has arrived
at the top.
|... old age. it is agreed that the holy attain peace in death even though no-one |
would wish to arrive at death. if a good-time girl grows old, ... he mourns when
dead so that great men will never lack praise from their enemy: they are praised
when no praise will profit them and ... and safe for you. indulging in these too
greatly, you will have become sluggish and lazy and people will say that you live
like a pig.
|Now since Chan Master Lazy Stone has achieved great merit for you by reciting |
the sutras, I think carrying on one wrong for another is endless. So I'd ... He said, "
As you have developed a capacity for truth from your past life, you will attain the
Way in the future. When you take ... But when Lin'ercame to wish me good night,
he suddenly became quiet. I asked him why he talked when Weizhang came and
why he didn't when Lin'er arrived. ... With that he left and never came again. As
|They are, in general, a good sort of people; and though drinking a good deal of |
brandy, are always sober when on the road, and ... is always galloping, with his
whip in his hand, ready to strike the horse of the surudju, or that person himself if
lazy. ... and does what you wish; although he never mixes with the servants, and
dines alone, to show that he is greater than they. ... The traveller, on arriving,
either goes at once to the pacha or Turkish commander, or sends his Tartar to
him, and is ...
|One assumes that both sides operate in good faith and wish to reach agreement, |
since only then can there be a contract. ... Negotiators have a responsibility to try
to arrive at agreement, but it should not be at the cost of giving ground that should
be ... Unlike blind, unthinking compromise, it is not a form of laziness or
weakness. When a negotiator comes to the table expecting neither to change
position in any way nor to allow the opposition to attain their goals, he or she