Who likes not his business, his business likes not him.
More Quotes from William Hazlitt:What a fine lesson is conveyed to the mind -- to take no note of time but by its benefits, to watch only for the smiles and neglect the frowns of fate, to compose our lives of bright and gentle moments, turning always to the sunny side of things, and letting the rest slip for our imaginations, unheeded or forgotten How different from the common art of self-tormenting
Grace has been defined as the outward expression of the inward harmony of the soul.
Right, in a word, is the duty which each man owes to himself or it is that portion of the general good of which (as being principally interested) he is made the special judge, and which is put under his immediate keeping.
The greatest offence against virtue is to speak ill of it.
We find many things to which the prohibition of them constitutes the only temptation.
The most sensible people to be met with in society are men of business and of the world, who argue from what they see and know, instead of spinning cobweb distinctions of what things ought to be.
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