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William Shenstone Quotes & Sayings
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Last updated Apr 2020
William Shenstone Topics
Law And Lawyers
The lines of poetry, the period of prose, and even the texts of Scripture most frequently recollected and quoted, are those which are felt to be preeminently musical
The regard one shows economy, is like that we show an old aunt who is to leave us something at last
Zealous men are ever displaying to you the strength of their belief, while judicious men are showing you the grounds of it.
What leads to unhappiness, is making pleasure the chief aim.
Virtues, like essences, lose their fragrance when exposed.
There is nothing more universally commended than a fine day; the reason is that people can commend it without envy.
The world may be divided into people that read, people that write, people that think, and fox-hunters.
The regard one shows economy, is like that we show an old aunt who is to leave us something at last.
The proper means of increasing the love we bear our native country is to reside some time in a foreign one.
The lines of poetry, the period of prose, and even the texts of Scripture most frequently recollected and quoted, are those which are felt to be preeminently musical.
The eye must be easy, before it can be pleased.
Second thoughts oftentimes are the very worst of all thoughts.
Poetry and consumption are the most flattering of diseases.
Jealousy is the fear or apprehension of superiority: envy our uneasiness under it.
Hope is a flatterer, but the most upright of all parasites; for she frequents the poor man's hut, as well as the palace of his superior.
Grandeur and beauty are so very opposite, that you often diminish the one as you increase the other. Variety is most akin to the latter, simplicity to the former.
Every single instance of a friend's insincerity increases our dependence on the efficacy of money.
Every good poet includes a critic, but the reverse is not true.
A miser grows rich by seeming poor; an extravagant man grows poor by seeming rich.
A man has generally the good or ill qualities, which he attributes to mankind.
Dont Trust Nobody
Getting Hurt By Someone You Love
Trust In God
Angry To My Boss
Baby Cute Of
Diarrhea Is Hereditary It R
Fruit Bearing Tree
Funny Focus On
Goodbye Till Next Timety
Happy Birthday To You Ive Been Missing
Im Juat A Stupid Girl
Im Sorry For Loving You
Life Is Not Easy
Making Funny Facen
Racism Sercums Walter Allenholes
Someone That Teaches Yo
Sometimes Things Are Left Unknow
Trials Make Us
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