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|Success follows doing what you want to do. There is no other way to ... is not |
without its terrors. Who is more deprived and alone than the man who has
achieved his dream? ... Franklin, Benjamin Would you live with ease, do what
you should, and not what you please. Success has ruined many a man. - Franklin
, Benjamin ...
|Franklin, Benjamin Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, |
and wise. - Franklin ... Franklin, Benjamin Would you live with ease, do what you
should, and not what you please. Success has ruined many a man. - Franklin ...
|óBen Franklin Would you live with ease, do what you ought, and not what you |
please. Success has ruined many a man. ... We may have been brought up by
different parents in different parts of the country, we may not be the same sex, ...
|I'm not sure which would be the best thing to do, And decided to ask for |
suggestions from you." Well, just for a test, let's go out on the street And seek
advice from the first two men we meet. Please, Sir, you may think us quite rude, I'
ve no doubt.
|Methinks I hear some of you say, ' Must a man afford himself no leisure } I will tell |
thee, my friend, what Poor Richard says ... Leisure is time for doing something
useful; this leisure the diligent man will obtain, but the lazy man never; for, 'A life
of leisure ... The diligent spinner has a large shift ; and now that I have a sheep
and a cow, every body bids me good-morrow. ... Trusting too much to others' care
is the ruin of many ; for, ' In the affairs of this world, men are saved, not by faith,
but by ...
|I will suppose," says this excellent moralist, " a young man present, who has |
passed through the forms of a liberal education at school : and who is just
entering on the stage of life, to act his part according to his own judgment. I will
address him, with all the affection and sincerity of a parent, in the following
manner : " You have violent passions implanted in you by nature, for the
accomplishment of her purposes ; but conclude not, as many have done to their
ruin, that because they are ...
|Horses will run day after day in the pasture among rocks and stumps, without |
betraying the least fear, but when in horness ... If shelled and put into n dry bottle
and corked perfectly tight, (sealed,) they may be kept until winter with ease. ...
Truly; but the lesson has not been lost upon us, for you know that I have
recovered many trees that have been infected ... alas 1 that very circumstance
proved the total ruin of him, and the hopes of his family; for Charles E. was a
young man addicted to ...
|If you would be wealthy (says he in another Alma- |, think of saving, as well as of |
getting: the Indies o not made Spain rich, because her outgoes arc rter than her
incomes.' way, then, with your expensive follies, and you will have much cause to
complain of hard times, heavy M, and chargeable ... For in another place he □a, '
Many have been ruined by buying good penny- ... It cannot promote health, or
ease pain ; it makes no increase of merit in the person ; it hastens misfortune.
|It is for your interest ; if you choose Jesus Christ as your Saviour and guide, you |
will be better, stronger, happier, and ... A. loving God says to you in his Word, "I
set before you life and death ; choose life. ... You have the power of choice ;
choose life! ... But you may say, "I am not choosing death ; it is inconceivable that
any sane person should deliberately decide to be ... I admit that people do not
usually set success and happiness on the one hand, and ruin on the other hand,
and then ...