每日一句智慧語(1-15)
金陵 

November 1, 2001

 

1.         If you push another down, you will pay an awful price.

2.         Words without ideas are like sails without wind.

3.         My friends are my estate.  Forgive me then the avarice to board them!

4.         Trust that man in nothing who hasn’t a conscience in everything.

5.         The love of liberty is the love o others; the love of power is the love of ourselves.

6.         If a small thing has the power to make angry, does that not indicate something about your size (器量大小) ?

7.         The best combination of parents consists of a father who is gentle beneath his firmness and a mother who is firm beneath her gentleness.

8.         Worry is today’s mouse eating tomorrow’s cheese.

9.         The oldest, shortest words—“yes” and “no”–are those which require the most thought.

10.     One who never asks knows either everything or nothing.

11.     It is impossible to defeat an ignorant man in argument.

12.     The wise person questions himself, the fool others.

13.     Temper, if ungoverned, governs the whole man.

14.     No one ever really paid the price of a book—only the price of printing it.

15.     The tragedy of war is that it uses man’s best to do man’s worst.

 

To be continued

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