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Lloyd Albert Johnson - 2003 - 163 pages
|More Than 9000 Years of Thought Lloyd Albert Johnson. GREAT IDEAS ... |
Bonnell (Dates unknown) ** Be charitable before wealth makes thee covetous. ...
Henry Ford (1863 - 1947) ** Painless poverty is better than embittered wealth.
|Mine is more complex, as you seem to know.” “If you had no ... You're teaching |
them to fear the same thing you do—the loss of wealth. But it's a poor father ... As
the proverb goes, painless poverty is better than embittered wealth.” “Believe me
|Proverb Poverty has no greater foe than bashfulness. - Proverb Poverty is not a |
shame, but the being ashamed of it is. - Proverb, English Painless poverty is
better than embittered wealth. - Proverb, Greek Poverty is a wonderful thing. It
sticks to ...
|171 A gently optimistic thought from Greece: 'Painless poverty is better than |
embittered wealth.' And a Chinese proverb celebrates loyalty in spite of all: 'A dog
won't forsake its master because of poverty.' 'Dry reeds do not seek the company
|They show disrespect for elders and love chatter. Socrates The only ultimate |
disaster that can befall us is to feel ourselves at home on this earth. Malcolm
Muggeridge Painless poverty is better than embittered wealth. Greek proverb
|(Dutch) Potato One potato, two potato, three potato, four; five potato, six potato, |
seven potato, more. ... (Chinese) An advantage of poverty: your relatives gain
nothing by your death. ... (French) Painless poverty isbetter than embittered
|(Greek) Contented poverty is an honorable estate. (Greek) It is better to endure |
poverty than the arrogance of the rich. (Greek) Nothing is more luckless than a
poor man. (Greek) Painless poverty is better than embittered wealth. (Greek) ...
|Now, I confess, Mr. Chairman, I am more afraid of the poverty of Boston, than of |
its wealth. Poverty is of ... In these last, it is painful but not hopeless — struggling,
but submissive ; often sorely tried, but never utterly cast down. ... In these rural
towns the poor man's lot is not embittered by the sight of great inequalities in
|... travel in the obscure walk of laborious life, serves only to aggravate and |
embitter that real inequality which it never can remove ... Poverty, yea, beggary is
no bar to the highest felicity — the highest felicity, here in this present life, and in
endless life. ... and increases in intensity a sensation more painful than gnawing
hunger — palled satiety, dearth of pleasure through fullness of pleasure. ... And
the man of wealth, seeking real and permanent satisfaction, thus reaches the
|Proverb, Greek Men never moan over the opportunities lost to do good, only the |
opportunities to be bad. - Proverb, Greek A beard signifies lice, not brains. -
Proverb, Greek Painless poverty is better than embittered wealth. - Proverb,
Greek If ...