Poetry is the mother of superstition.
More Quotes from Thomas Sprat:What you dislike in another take care to correct in yourself.
A great proportion of the wretchedness which has embittered married life, has originated in a negligence of trifles.
Covetousness, by a greediness of getting more, deprives itself of the true end of getting it loses the enjoyment of what it had got.
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