Behold the vain man, and observe the arrogant he clotheth himself in rich attire, he walketh in the public street, he casteth round his eyes, and courteth observation. He tosseth up his head, and overlooketh the poor he treateth his inferiors with insolence, his superiors in return look down on his pride and folly with laughter.
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As the shadow waiteth on the substance, even so true honour attendeth upon goodness.
A noble spirit disdaineth the malice of fortune his greatness of soul is not to be cast down.
Neither let prosperity put out the eyes of circumspection, nor abundance cut off the hands of frugality he that too much indulgeth in the superfluities of life, shall live to lament the want of its necessaries.
As the branches of a tree return their sap to the root, from whence it arose as a river poureth its streams to the sea, whence its spring was supplied so the heart of a grateful man delighteth in returning a benefit received.
Learn that the advantage lieth not in possessing good things, but in the knowing the use of them.
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