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|He is rich according to what lie is, not according to what he has.—//. ... A little is |
enough if used wisely, and too much if expended foolishly. — Booee. ... Riches
do not delight us so much with their possession, as torment us with their loss.
|Mohandas Gandhi To try to extinguish the desire for riches with money is like |
trying to quench a fire with butterfat.... — Hindu ... John Chrysostom Riches do not
delight so much with their possession, as torment us with their loss.... — Samuel ...
|Riches do not delight us so much with their possession, as torment us with their |
loss. When I lost my rifle, the Army charged me eighty-five dollars. That is why in
the Navy the Captain goes down with the ship. Just being a Negro doesn't qualify
|We see how much a man has, and therefore we envy him; did we see how little |
he enjoys, we should rather pity him. — Seed. Riches do not delight us so much
with their possession, as torment us with their loss.— Gregory. Ridicule is a weak
|He who multiplies riches, multiplies cares. - Franklin ... Franklin, Benjamin Riches |
enlarge rather than satisfy appetites. - Fuller ... Graham, Billy Riches do not
delight us so much with their possession, as torment us with their loss. - Gregory
|RICHES. Seek not riches. Sir W. Jones. Riches need not spoil a man. Miss M. E. |
Mitford. Make the best of a rich fool. Narcissus. Riches ... Riches do not exhilarate
us so much with their possession as they torment us with their loss. O. Gregory.
|The Caballeros over there did not seem to have the slightest idea of what they |
had given him to do. ... for us to come to the land anywhere in a hundred miles
along this coast with this silver in our possession is to run the naked ... Sefior,
they would think that heaven itself sent these riches into their hands, and would
cut our throats without hesitation. ... “I can see it well enough myself, that the
possession of so much treasure is very much like a deadly disease for men
situated we are.
|With the crowd of commonplace chatterers we are already past praying for; no |
reproach is too bitter for us, no epithet ... Yet it is not with light hearts that we incur
so much ill-will, nor are we satisfied with merely knowing that it is undeserved. ...
There are some among them who live and die in dampness and gloom without
once raising their eyes to the sun. ... passes through the reeds Governments at
least talk not to the poor about fraternity; they do not torment them with so sorry a
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|nothing hath greater influence for the taking off our hearts from vanities, and for |
the begetting in us desires after holiness. ... to appear before the tribunal of God,
the righteous shall hasten out of their graves with joy to meet their Redeemer in
the ... the delight of the Father ; what solace then must that soul be filled with, that
hath the possession of him to all eternity ? ... As different as grief is from joy, as
torment from rest, as terror from peace ; so different is the state of sinners from
that of ...