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|i. The. Absurdity. of. Pride. In general, Pride is at the bottom of all great mistakes.|
-John Ruskin We rise in glory as we sink in pride. - Andrew Young We must
speak with all the humility that is appropriate to our limited vision, but we must ...
|We rise in glory as we sink in pride. Young. His glory now lies buried in the |
dust. Quarles. Nothing is so expensive as glory. Sydney Smith. This goin'
ware glory waits ye haint one agreeable feetur. Lowell. A field of glory is a field
|We often see the treasure, in earthen vessels, and behold God choosing the |
weak things of this world to confound the ... While teaching the love of God, we
should not overlook the truth of his holiness. ... "We rise in glory as we sink in
|The smoke of glory is not worth the smoke of a pipe. George Sand. We rise in |
glory as we sink in pride. Young. 'T was glory once to be a Roman ; she makes
it glory now to be a man. Bayard Taylor. True glory consists in doing what ...
|Pride often defeats its own end, by bringing the man who seeks esteem and |
reverence, into contempt. Bolingbroke. The proud are ever most provoked by
pride. Cmcper. We rise in glory as we sink in pride. Young. A beggar's rags
|South. We rise in glory as we sink in pride. Young. He who will be wiser than |
his Maker is but sceming wise. He who will deaden one half of his nature to
invigorate the other half will become at best a distorted prodigy Dark as :ire the
|The private path, the secret acts of men, If noble, far the noblest of our lives 1 |
How far above Lorenzo's glory sits The illustrious ... We rise in glory as we sink in
pride ; Where boasting ends, there dignity begins; And v<"., mistaken beyond all
|How far above Lorenzo's glory sits Th' illustrious master of a name unknown; |
Whofe Worth unrivall'd, and unwitness'd, ... We rise in glory, as we sink in pride :
Where boalling ends, there dignity begins t And yet, mistaken beyond all mistake,
|We rise in glory, as we sink in pride : Where boasting ends, there dignity begins : |
And yet, mistaken beyond all mistake, The blind Lorenzo's proud of being
proud ; And dreams himself ascending in his fall. An eminence, though fancy'd, ...