It is more difficult to be well with riches, than to be at ease under the want of them. Man governeth himself much easier in poverty than in abundance.
More Quotes from Akhenaton:As the shadow waiteth on the substance, even so true honour attendeth upon goodness.
The earth is barren of good things where she hoardeth up treasure where gold is in her bowels, there no herb groweth.
Attribute not the good actions of another to bad causes thou canst not know his heart but the world will know by this that thine is full of envy.
As the moon retaineth her nature, though darkness spread itself before her face as a curtain, so the soul remaineth perfect even in the bosom of the fool.
The greatest bounties given to man are, judgment and will happy is he who misapplieth them not.
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.
Readers Who Like This Quotation Also Like:Based on Topics: Man Quotes, Money & Wealth Quotes, Poverty Quotes
I stopped making movies because I don't like taking my clothes off. Maybe it's realism, but in my opinion, it's utter filth.
Both of us are known for probably at times regrettable streak of independence.
Man is the religious animal. He is the only one that's got true religion, several of them.