A 35-Year Personal Compilation of Extracted Quotes (Nos 551-600)
551 . . . I am a true laborer. I earn that I eat, get what I wear, own no man hate, envy no man’s happiness, be glad of other men’s goodness.
552 . . . behold, I do not give lecture on a little charity when I give, I give myself.
553 . . . might I give counsel to any young man, I would say to him, try to frequent company of your betters. In books and in life, that is, the most wholesome society: learn to admire rightly, the great pleasure of life is that.
554 . . . use imagination to look ahead.se common sense to guide you in judging what you see…use courage to make a definite decision.
555 . . . trifles make perfection but perfection is no trifle.
556 . . . we…
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