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|Nothing is more fairly distributed than common sense: no one thinks he needs |
more of it than he already has. - Descartes, Rene Common sense ... Emerson,
Ralph Waldo The best prophet is common sense, our native wit. - Euripides
There is ...
|The best doctors in the world are Doctor Diet, Doctor Quiet, & Doctor Merryman. –|
Swift The best inheritance a parent can give to his children is a few minutes of his
time each day. –C.A. Battista The best prophet is common sense, our native wit ...
|Youth holds no society with grief. - Euripides Youth is the best time to be rich, and |
the best time to be poor. - Euripides Cleverness is not wisdom. - Euripides The
best prophet is common sense, our native wit. - Euripides There is one thing ...
|I AM MALALA is the remarkable tale of a family uprooted by global terrorism, of the fight for girls' education, of a father who, himself a school owner, championed and encouraged his daughter to write and attend school, and of brave parents ...|
|... in Tauris [572-575]: "The one real human tragedy is when we set aside our |
common sense and put our faith in oracles, only to be ruined by them. ... agents,
the race of priests and prophets, whose words are assessed as useless at their
best and disastrous at their worst. ... Myth, like prophecy, is regularly discredited
in Euripidean drama, though usually with less venom. Just as native wit and
common sense are proposed as superior alternatives to oracles and divination,
so myths are ...
|As then ungodly men proudly disregarded God, the Prophets, appealing to |
common sense, asked them, How comes this? ... as though he had said, “They
who came into Egypt, to live well there through the affluence of all good things,
shall find nothing better for them ... and say, Let us go into the land of our nativity,
that is, “Let us be satisfied with our own native soil; for the very richness of Egypt
will prove ...
|erants pass by ,.. .peddlers, actors, singers, mesmerists, prophets, temperance |
agitators, physicians, census takers, circus ... When our greatest humorist, Mark
Twain, pictured life in the Mississippi Valley in detail in his greatest books, ... This
quality went by several names -- common sense, horse sense, native wit,
|learned to relish life, I understood my debt to God: that he lives, and miraculously |
assists those who depend upon Him [Now] the determination to starve if ... These
articles displayed a warmth consistent with native norms of filial piety ... With his
abundant common sense, he dismissed socialism as anathema to “Confucianism
, Christianity and Japanese ethics I ... In her selfless dedication to her family's
welfare, Shizu embodied the best in her culture's traditional attitudes toward
|The Issues We Hear About Every Day From the Standpoint of What the Politicians |
Have Forgotten-Common Sense Vincent Frank Bedogne, ... As we described in
our chapter titled Civilization IV, the islamic faith began in the early seventh
century with ... Prophets represent the best of humanity; and, since they are the
conduits through which God's word is conveyed, the ... At first, Muhammad
confided his vision only to his family and friends but in time began to preach in
his native city of ...
|Red Prophet Volume II of the Tales of Alvin Maker "Suddenly the saga of Alvin Maker begins to thrill."--Washington Post Book World "Red Prophet is but a section of a vast American fantasy epic.|