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|Improvement makes straight roads, but the crooked roads without improvement |
are roads of Genius. The eagle never lost so much time as when he submitted to
learn of the crow. The weak in courage are strong in cunning. Listen to the fool's ...
|Samson, in /udges 14:18. to the men who had answered his riddle, 'Out of the |
ealer came forth meat, and out of the strong came forth sweetness." 2 The weak
in courage is strong in cunning. WILLIAM BLAKE (1757-1827). English poet,
|2 The weak in courage is strong in cunning. WILLIAM BLAKE, (1757-1827) |
British poet, painter, engraver. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, plate 9, "
Proverbs of Hell," (c. 1 793), repr. in Complete Writings, ed. Geoffrey Keynes (
1957). 3 With ...
|... the causes of its life 8t the sources of all activity; but the chains are, the cunning |
of weak and tame minds, which have power to resist energy, according to the
proverb, the weak in courage is strong in cunning. Thus one portion of being, is
|Clever quotes of the educated: The weak in courage are strong in cunning. That |
really got to the crooks in the Wlrite House. Mundi politics — simply reinventing
the world: the project was wearing thin. His long subway ride downtown, ...
|They are kept in chains by those whose negative action springs from weakness |
— and whose art is only to resist energy : '. ... It is, on the contrary, though weak in
the courage needed to live an active and practical life, strong in the cunning and
|Cunning is no burden. Cunning proceeds from want of capacity. One man may |
be more cunning than another, but not more cunning than everybody else. The
weak in courage is strong in cunning. We take cunning for a sinister or crooked ...
|As a result, they often do not notice or take seriously the small subversions and |
petty plotting of the weak. ... cial combination of the courage and cunning of the “
weak”—plus the myopic assumptions and predilections of the “strong”—opens