Bitter pills may have blessed effects. From the standpoint of our daily life, however, there is one thing we do know: It is not only the common interest of mankind that crimes should not be committed, but that crimes of every kind should be less frequent, in proportion to the evil they produce to society Therefore, the means made use of by the legislature to prevent crimes, should be more powerful, in proportion as they are destructive of the public safety and happiness, and as the inducements to commit them are stronger.
To ask that question in those terms is to misunderstand what is going on. Their family will honour them for helping relatives who lack opportunities to earn a large income: The growth of the latter has been buoyed by the dramatic expansion and sophistication of the internet and an increasing variety of communication platforms.
Bronson Alcott, "Books," June Every book is a quotation; and every house is a quotation out of all forests and mines and stone quarries; and every man is a quotation from all his ancestors.
Promptly the passage was full of squalid shirt-clad figures rushing for the bathroom, for there was Only One tub full of water between us all in the morning, and it was first come first served.
Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes. Now infamy is a stain, and if the punishments and fire of purgatory can take away all spiritual stains, why should not the pain of torture take away those of a civil nature?
The way is steep at first, and the coursers strain To climb it, fresh in the early morn. The exception proves the rule. By this knowledge commerce is animated, and there has sprung up a spirit of emulation and industry worthy of rational beings.
Fortune does not drag them - they follow her, and match her pace. Beneath and around them scuttle any number of harder-to-spot competitors for the summer grass, all finding their place in the ecosystem of the tool.
And so I suspect that something of this sort lurks behind this maxim also, "A wise man will receive neither injury nor insult" - a maxim which at first sight, appears noble and splendid. By this principle, our minds become free, active and vigorous; by this alone we are inspired with that virtue which knows no fear, so different from that pliant prudence worthy of those only who can bear a precarious existence.
Perhaps this role should become a core function of national aid agencies such as DFID, but it would benefit from a co-ordinated kick-start by several heads of government.
A Commentary on the Book of Crimes and Punishments. In reality, the Latin probate may mean either to probe or to prove. This is one of those palpable truths, which, though evident to the meanest capacity, yet, by a combination of circumstances, are only known to a few thinking men in every nation, and in every age.
Hoitt, Stronger than an army is a quotation whose time has come. Then we were sent into the dining-room, where supper was set out on the deal tables.A .
A caballo regalado no se le mira el diente/colmillo/dentado/pelo or A caballo regalado no le mires los dientes. English equivalent: Don't look a gift horse in. Proverbs are popularly defined as short expressions of popular wisdom. Efforts to improve on the popular definition have not led to a more precise definition.
The wisdom is in the form of a general observation about the world or a bit of advice, sometimes more nearly an attitude toward a situation. Fiat justitia ruat cælum is a Latin legal phrase, meaning "Let justice be done though the heavens fall."The maxim signifies the belief that justice must be realized regardless of consequences.
According to the 19th-century abolitionist politician Charles Sumner, it does not come from any classical source. It has also been ascribed to Lucius. New Ideas in Science Dr. Thomas Gold Dept. of Astronomy Cornell University, Ithaca NY From the J. of Sci. Exploration, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp(c) Why are Jews hated by so many people?
Why are so many people anti-Semitic? How and why did anti-Semitism start? Is there a solution to anti-Semitism? 2. Scipio. Many a time have I in conversation with my friend Gaius Lælius here expressed my admiration, Marcus Cato, of the eminent, nay perfect, wisdom displayed by you indeed at all points, but above everything because I have noticed that old age never seemed a burden to you, while to most old men it is so hateful that they declare themselves.Download