The evil man is ready to suspect others, like a man attacked by giddiness who thinks that all things are whirling round him, not from any fault of theirs, but because of the disturbed humors of his own head.
In houses over which a calm and undisturbed tranquility is always brooding, it will go hard but some evils will make their nest.
He who loves perfection must be filled with humility like a lamp with oil: for lamps are full within and give light without, and their influence makes itself felt in whatever direction they are turned.
It is wrong to entrust difficult and dangerous affairs to the strength of young people.
As cleanliness that is modest and sober is the token of a composed and ordered mind, so if it is excessive—and this usually arises from eagerness to please—it is to be accounted as neglect.
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