Quips, Sayings, and Proverbs 6.3
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Go for Quality
Hanker not for another man's wealth and possessions. [Rooted in an Old Egyptian saying]
Superfluous wealth can buy superfluities. Some can be bad. [Henry David Thoreau]
A Swede confided to me that many who studied "rabbi wisdom teachings", or Kabbalah, went insane, and that he hoped his nephew would study it.
Some connect with "insider teachings" and then get unable to move on in tidy ways. However, to be connected with inherited wisdom teachings and schools can be good and work well too.
Connecting may rest on being considered acceptable in the first place.
In some cases those who bring unwelcome facts to light, are ousted. Many prominent scientists were.
Considerable wisdom and foresight help us move along in as shapely ways as we are up to.
Who can be really spiritual without riding his own horse? [Metaphoric teachings implied]
To help a sound measure of goodness succeed on the way on and up, be stout - be brave enough and follow suit and fit nicely in with enough common sense.
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