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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1859 Excerpt: ...546. There was once discovered, in a province of the Roman empire, a stone on which the following inscription was engraved in Roman characters: Son of man, act whilst thou canst, and place thy reliance on God. Let not thine unbridled passion induce thee to sin, neither anticipate care; for if it be destined in thy day, the Creator will bring it despite thy struggles. 547. It proceeded, Let not the accumulation of wealth perplex thee; for it is hoarded by many for the future husbands of their wives, and that which man denies to himself often increases the treasures of others. The man of intellect will derive information from these maxims and profit by them. 548. The sage relates, that there was discovered, on the gate of a ruined city in Greece, a stone bearing the following inscription in Greek characters: Son of man, were thy thoughts but directed to the fewness of days yet left to thee, thou wouldst despise the futility of thy desires, moderate thine activity, and circumscribe thy designs, lest remorse overtake thee when thy feet shall totter, when thine household and thine attendants will forsake thee, when thy relatives will abandon thee, when thy friends will neglect thee, and when thou shalt return no more to thine house, and thine avocations shall be beyond thy powers. 549. There was further engraved thereon: Son of man, thou pursuest the transient desires and fleeting pleasures of this world, and seekest to exact its wealth, and thus thou heapest sin on thyself and wealth on thine household;--the former thou earnest to the grave, and the latter thou bequeathest to thy survivors. 550. A man said to the sage, Alas, how extreme is thy poverty! to which he meekly replied, Couldst thou but define poverty, thou wouldst be concerned more for thine own than...

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Solomon ben Judah Ibn Gabirol
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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 38 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1859 Excerpt: . . . 546. There was once discovered, in a province of the Roman empire, a stone on which the following inscription was engraved in Roman characters: Son of man, act whilst thou canst, and place thy reliance on God. Let not thine unbridled passion induce thee to sin, neither anticipate care; for if it be destined in thy day, the Creator will bring it despite thy struggles. 547. It proceeded, Let not the accumulation of wealth perplex thee; for it is hoarded by many for the future husbands of their wives, and that which man denies to himself often increases the treasures of others. The man of intellect will derive information from these maxims and profit by them. 548. The sage relates, that there was discovered, on the gate of a ruined city in Greece, a stone bearing the following inscription in Greek characters: Son of man, were thy thoughts but directed to the fewness of days yet left to thee, thou wouldst despise the futility of thy desires, moderate thine activity, and circumscribe thy designs, lest remorse overtake thee when thy feet shall totter, when thine household and thine attendants will forsake thee, when thy relatives will abandon thee, when thy friends will neglect thee, and when thou shalt return no more to thine house, and thine avocations shall be beyond thy powers. 549. There was further engraved thereon: Son of man, thou pursuest the transient desires and fleeting pleasures of this world, and seekest to exact its wealth, and thus thou heapest sin on thyself and wealth on thine household;--the former thou earnest to the grave, and the latter thou bequeathest to thy survivors. 550. A man said to the sage, Alas, how extreme is thy poverty! to which he meekly replied, Couldst thou but define poverty, thou wouldst be concerned more for thine own than. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781130549249

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