Wednesday, October 22, 2008

D T S T Y - 2

And for your pleasure how about these?

Patience leads to power, but lust leads to loss

Days end with sunset, nights with the rising of the sun; the end of pleasure is ever grief; the end of grief ever pleasure

Whoso cannot forgive wrong done to him shall learn to know how his good deeds are undone by himself

Intelligence is not shown by witty words, but by wise actions

In health and wealth man is never in want of friends. True friends, however, are those who remain when they are needed

Remember that life is wearing off, and a smaller part of it is left daily

Depend not upon external supports, nor beg your tranquility of another. In a word, never throw away your legs to stand upon crutches

Do not act as if you had ten thousand years to throw away. Death stands at your elbow. Be good for something; while you live, and it is in your power

The best policy for a man is not to boast of his virtues

Learning clears the mind, and ignorance cobwebs it

He who wants a faultless friend, must remain friendless

To enjoy the day of plenty, you must be patient in the day of want


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