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If living conditions don't stop improving in this country, we're going to run out of humble beginnings for our great read more

If living conditions don't stop improving in this country, we're going to run out of humble beginnings for our great men.

by Russell P. Askue Found in: Prosperity Quotes,
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Prosperity can change man's nature; and seldom is any one
cautious enough to resist the effects of good fortune.
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Prosperity can change man's nature; and seldom is any one
cautious enough to resist the effects of good fortune.
[Lat., Res secundae valent commutare naturam, et raro quisquam
erga bona sua satis cautus est.]

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How much does great prosperity overspread the mind with darkness.
[Lat., Quantum caliginis mentibus nostris objicit magna
felicitas!]

How much does great prosperity overspread the mind with darkness.
[Lat., Quantum caliginis mentibus nostris objicit magna
felicitas!]

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Surer to prosper than prosperity could have assur'd us.

Surer to prosper than prosperity could have assur'd us.

by John Milton Found in: Prosperity Quotes,
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Length of days is in her right hand; and in her left hand riches
and honour.

Length of days is in her right hand; and in her left hand riches
and honour.

by Bible Found in: Prosperity Sayings, General Sayings,
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Oh, how portentous is prosperity!
How comet-like, it threatens while it shines.

Oh, how portentous is prosperity!
How comet-like, it threatens while it shines.

by Edward Young Found in: Prosperity Quotes,
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When prosperity comes, do not use all of it.

When prosperity comes, do not use all of it.

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The prosperous man does not know whether he is loved.
[Lat., Felix se nescit amari.]

The prosperous man does not know whether he is loved.
[Lat., Felix se nescit amari.]

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In prosperity let us most carefully avoid pride, disdain, and
arrogance.
[Lat., In rebus prosperis, superbiam, fastidium arrogantiamque read more

In prosperity let us most carefully avoid pride, disdain, and
arrogance.
[Lat., In rebus prosperis, superbiam, fastidium arrogantiamque
magno opere fugiamus.]

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