Work is often the father of pleasure.
The flowery style is not unsuitable to public speeches or addresses, which amount only to compliment. The lighter beauties are in their place when there is nothing more solid to say; but the flowery style ought to be banished from a pleading, a sermon, or a didactic work.
One feels like crawling on all fours after reading your work.
It is not sufficient to see and to know the beauty of a work. We must feel and be affected by it.
We must cultivate our own garden. When man was put in the garden of Eden he was put there so that he should work, which proves that man was not born to rest.
Work banishes those three great evils boredom, vice and poverty.
Work spares us from three evils boredom, vice, and need
In every author let us distinguish the man from his works.
Work keeps us from three great evils, boredom, vice and need.
Work keeps at bay three great evils Boredom, vice, and need.
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