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|The capacity to give one's attention to a sufferer is a very rare and difficult thing; it |
is almost a miracle so don't go to others with your suffering. ... You'll find that no
one is as miserable as the poor person who maintains the appearance of wealth.
|“No one is so miserable as the poor person who maintains the appearance of |
wealth. ... of Indian Team Virender Sehwag was named the Vice-Captain of the
Indian Cricket Team for the One-day International and Test series against
|Renard, Jules I have suffered too much in this world not to hope for another. - |
Rousseau, Jean Jacques ... Sontag, Susan No one is so miserable as the poor
person who maintains the appearance of wealth. - Spurgeon, Charles Haddon
We all ...
|Spurgeon, Charles Haddon Sincerity makes the very least person to be of more |
value than the most talented hypocrite. ... Spurgeon, Charles Haddon No one is
so miserable as the poor person who maintains the appearance of wealth.
|industrial conditions he never forgot to describe the misery he had found in the |
slums, elaborating the most painful details, ... All the same his picture tells us
nothing more than that some people are rich and some poor. ... What they have to
set about proving is that the number of wealthy people is decreasing, while the
wealthy individual grows ... from poverty to wealth, sometimes so quickly that a
man who has been in want a few years previously becomes one of the richest of
|Robles did not deny that one should feel compassion for the poor, but stressed |
that compassion should arouse a desire to help ... An individual should strive to
remedy misery and poverty as a republic should strive to increase the wealth of
its citizens ' so there are many rich and ... time the law does not oblige and
compel the people of the birthplace to maintain adequately all their poor and
|But a great proportion of our poor are worse clothed, worse fed, less cleanly, and |
less healthy in their persons, than the ... the opportunity to attend to the
decoration of their persons, so that they live in a state approaching as nearly as
possible, .... Was the misery of a nation on the Increase, •< the same time that its
wealth was on the decrease, no one could be at a ... or self-interest, those who
shonld be best informed on these subjects would sens to maintain a culpable
silence, and the ...
|Written in clear and incisive prose, The Wealth of Nations articulates the concepts indispensable to an understanding of contemporary society; and Robert Reich's new Introduction for this edition both clarifies Smith's analyses and ...|
|The first taken up was one offering to teach the writing of “movie" plays in three |
lessons for only one dollar; the second was a ... Following this chapter are stories
of small (and seemingly insignificant) inventions which netted untold wealth, ...
Do so, please, the next time you see one of them, and if you have not a heart of
stone you will dissolve in tears and melt in pity ... A Detroit philosopher friend of
mine maintains that "people do not laugh because they are cruel," but because
|Let thy heart be tender and full of pity towards those who are poor, miserable and |
afflicted; and comfort and help them to the utmost of thy power. "Maintain the
good customs of thy realm, and abolish the bad. Be not covetous against thy
people; and do not burden them with taxes and imposts save when thou art in
great need. ... "Let none be so bold as to say before thee any word that would
draw and move to sin, or so bold as to speak evil behind another's back for
pleasure's sake; nor ...
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