Monthly Archives: April 2011

Quotation of the Day

“…no human being can tame the tongue―a relentless evil, full of deadly poison. With it we bless the Lord and Father, and with it we curse men, who are made in the likeness of God.” ― James 3:8-9, The Holy … Continue reading

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“Run for your life from any man who tells you that money is evil.  That sentence is the leper’s bell of an approaching looter.  So long as men live together on earth and need means to deal with one another―their … Continue reading

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“The reason for the unreason to which my reason turns so weakens my reason that with reason I complain of thy beauty.” ― Don Quixote, by Miguel de Cervantes, HaperCollins, A New Translation by Edith Grossman © 2003, Page 20.

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“It is said that men of great learning accuse themselves of terrible ignorance, for all that they have come to perceive is how far they fall short of the truth.” — Philo, Volume III, edited by Jeffrey Henderson, The Loeb … Continue reading

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“…to trust in God alone and join no other with Him is no easy matter, by reason of our kinship with our yokefellow, mortality, which works upon us to keep our trust placed in riches and repute and office and … Continue reading

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“Thus far went the record given me by the Egyptians and their priests: and they showed me that the time from the first king to that priest of Hephaestus, who was the last, covered three hundred and forty-one generations of … Continue reading

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[Cato, Marcus] “Friend,” said he, “old age has of itself blemishes enough; do not you add to it the deformity of vice.” ― Plutarch’s Lives, Volume I, The Dryden translation, edited with preface by Arthur Hugh Clough, Introduction by James … Continue reading

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