May–Jun 1933

22 February, 2008
Mottos of the week
* By personal experience I have discovered that
nothing is more valuable to a man than courtesy and mildness* In all things there is a kind of law of cycles* Endure a rival with patience* He is rich enough who does not want bread* Observation, not old age, brings experience * Thrift is too late at the bottom of the purse* “A servant must set his mind upon his business; and, above all things, be kept from idleness” – Euripides* Servants are soon infected with their masters’ diseases* “Many things, at the beginning, are counted good; which, at the end, are known to be evil” – Pythagoras

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