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Better the whole people perish than that injustice be done
It is therefore correct to say that the senses do not err —
It is by his activities and not by enjoyment that man feels
Laws always lose in energy what the government gains in extent.
Prudence reproaches; conscience accuses.
There is no virtue in penance and fasting which waste the body;
The means employed by Nature to bring about the development of all
If man makes himself a worm he must not complain when he is trodden on.
For how is it possible, says that acute man, that when a
Thrift is care and scruple in the spending of one’s means. It
It is not God’s will merely that we should be happy, but
If justice perishes, human life on Earth has lost its meaning.
That Logic has advanced in this sure course, even from the earliest
The Europeans who went to Africa came back with “modern’ art. What
Intuition comes from within. It’s what you know when you’re quiet and still.
I can come up sometimes with ideas for scenes that I’m not
Nothing is more beautiful and romantic than when provision and purpose kiss.
There’s a lot of unexpected things. Wonderful things, tough things, but there’s
Do you know this Sanskrit Shloka: “Let those who are versed in
The thing that must be preserved in all situations whatever is the
Every effort therefore must be made to perpetuate prosperity. And, since that