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|Nothing is there more friendly to a man than a friend in need. Putrrcs. K)>idicus. |
Act iii. 8c. 8. 1. 44. But in deede, A friend is never knowne till a man have neede.
Jobs HeywOOD. Proverbei. Pt. i. Ch. 9. An amplification of the proverb : A friend ...
|Will 1 but serve and cherish as a man Whose love is not abiding. (C. B. |
CALVEBLEY, trans.) (See under Exuv.) Nothing is there more friendly to a man
than a friend in need. PLAUTUB. Epidicua. Act iii. Sc. 3. l. 44. But in deede,
Iifriend1 is ...
|NEED. For. millennia, thinkers have pondered the nature of friendship. Roman |
statesman Cicero considered friendship important ... In 200 B.C., playwright
Plautus proclaimed, “Nothing is there more friendly to a man than a friend in need
|Prosperity makes friends and adversity tries them. Nothing is there more friendly |
to a man than a friend in need. PLAUTUS A constant friend is a thing rare and
hard to find. The flatterer's object is to please in everything he does; whereas the
|... and David is an excellent example of how a realfriend will show himself |
friendly, and illustrates what a friend Christ is to us, Prov. ... A real friend will help
a friend in need, vs. 4. ... And what more delightful than a faithful friend, who can
cheer us in sorrow, with wise and affectionate discourse ? ... than a lute, and
nothing is more fickle than a human friend. ... If there were more friends of the
David and Jonathan type in the world, there would be a great deal more
happiness among men.
|24 A man ll«il hath lYinnU must shew himself friendly : and there U a friend that |
sticketh closer than a brother. ... among professed Christians have commonly
been conducted with the most indecent acr.mony ; and that frequently
proportioned to the decree in ... but sometimes there u a friend, that is nothing
akin to us, the bonds of whose esteem and love prove stronger than those of
nature, and therefore ...
|I will be able to write more correctly than now. ... made for the old Keystone State, |
came to Greencastle, remained there a few weeks, left for Chambersburg, next
for Carlisle, and thentoHarrisburg. ... Nothing is more friendly to me than solitude.
|sometimes injures ; it is love with understanding ; the most sacred of all ties, it is |
the perfection of love ; the mysterious ... nothing is more dangerous than a friend
without discretion ; to make friends, you must show yourself friendly ; an act by
which ... of a reconciled friend; reprove thy friend privately, commend him publicly
; who not needswill never lack a friend ; no man ... a friend to everybody is a
friend to nobody ; a. friend is never known till needed ; friends obtained without
desert, are ...
|would follow it, and as there were to be some races in a few days, near where I |
lived, I prepared myself, as well as 1 could, to participate in them. But when the
time came 1 could not go ; I therefore had to send my little capital by a friend. But I
here had a little more discretion than I had evinced on former occasions, for I took
care to divide my capital in two ... There perhaps is nothing more favorable both
to the physical and intellectual system of man than industry, and none have LIFE
|This is evident in nothing more than in bis way of bestowing many of his favours |
on us. ... Infinite wisdom may have many good reasons for such a way of acting,
unknown to us : one remarkable good effect of it we know is this, that ... and
cement of love and friendship among mankind : (and what is there among men
more precious or amiable than that is?) ... performance of duty, and be entrusted
with the whole management of their souls? which surely cannot be in more