The best gambler may be the one who does not seem to gamble at all.
Naive generosity may overlook to secure what you need yourself, and amply.
There are many forms or sorts of brilliant men, and thus many forms and sorts of genius.
Great giving first needs true having.
Great giving never dwarfs anyone.
Giving should be rewarding one way or other.
Sow little and reap much to be likable after skirmishes, if you master that.
Try and see if what you keep to yourself you lose, before believing that sort of massing.
True glory is at best some shadow of virtue.
Many love God without wondering even once what he finds in them.
Gold expands greed quite well, even immeasurably.
To be rich in goodness is to be rich in an art. Artists help soundness on and up if they get plenty of esteem.
Handy solvency protects assets and minors too, so that goodness may flourish.
A true and good heart will help you, and it cannot be mass-produced.
The sun and the swan (goose, duck) are at the centre of it all as divine entities. [Essence of yoga]
Basic greed is no folly in itself, and often useful for long-run survival. We should not be talked out of it by minstrels who do not know better.
There can be savoury greed, but few talk about that.
If you look forwards to something, some measure of sound, tidy and liberal greed could be at the back of it.
Deep guilt can be avid and very often jealous.