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|None are so empty as those who are full of themselves. The Lion and the ./9pc.|
An old lion had long been despotic sovereign of the forest, and of course
accustomed to the abject homage of every inferior animal in it, as is common in
|The difference between the two men was that one was full of pride and the other |
was humble. It was the attitude of their hearts ... a proud man is never good.
Benjamin Whitchcote adds, None are so empty as those who are full of
|~Jewish Proverb With people of only moderate ability modesty is mere honesty; |
but with those who possess great talent it is hypocrisy. ~Arthur Schopenhauer
None are so empty as those who are full of themselves. ~Benjamin Whichcote
|In the case of " children of a larger growth," how. ever, these objections (at least |
some of them) are not equally applicable ; and a brief and forcible ... None are so
empty as those who are full of themselves." " The Lion and the Ape An old lion ...
|If, on. casioual y, there may appear in them a little want of clearness, a little |
adhesion of one part to another, itismost likely that these deficiencies are
attributable to the impracticability, ... None are so empty as those who are full of
|... fables are frequently contradictory. In the case of " children of a larger |
growth," however, these objections (at least some of them) are ... None are so
empty as those who are full of themselves." " The Lion and the Ape. An old lion
|THEATRICAL STARSOne of these great modern constellations, the other |
evening, in the green-room, said to a poor ill-starred author, Enlre nous, don't
you think tip-top .... None are so empty as those who are full of themselves.
Juan's Early ...
|It is to be feared, that so much curiosity as a man bestow- ' eth on any piece of |
religion or devotion, that is of his own * formation, so much will he abate in his
conscientious obser- ' vance ... 4 None so empty as those who are full of
|None so empty as those that are full of themselves. A good word costs as little as |
a bad one and is worth more, is more to the purpose. A good man's life is all of a
piece. It is not good to live in jest since we MoRKL1sts, MAJoR AND MINoR I77.
|Maria Ebner-Eschenbach We all think we are exceptional, and are surprised to |
find ourselves criticized just like anyone else. Comtesse Diane None so empty,
as those who are full of themselves. Benjamin Whichcote The book written