Children and princes will quarrel for trifles. Have you something to do tomorrow? The way to be safe is never to be secure. Take this remark from Richard poor and lame, Whatever is begun in anger ends in shame.
The too obliging temper is evermore disobliging itself. Learn of the skilful: How few his precepts! A light purse is a heavy Curse.
I went into radio because I thought I had a lot to say, and maybe I did, but meanwhile it got me out of the house and into the company of amazing musicians and singers.
Wish not so much to live long as to live well. The thrifty maxim of the wary Dutch, is to save all the money they can touch.
Want of Care does us more Damage than Want of Knowledge. After crosses and losses Men grow humbler and wiser. A learned blockhead is a greater blockhead than an ignorant one.
A child and a fool imagine twenty shillings and twenty years can never be spent. When I left my home and my family I was no more than a boy In the company of strangers In the quiet of the railway station Running scared Laying low, seeking out the poorer quarters Where the ragged people go Looking for the places only they would know.
Plough deep while sluggards sleep and you shall have corn to sell and to keep. There are no fools so troublesome as those who have wit.
With private Views, thy Friend may promise fair, And Servants very seldom prove sincere. He is angry for something, and will not be pleased for nothing.
He that waits on fortune is never sure of a dinner. How few there are who have courage enough to own their Faults, or resolution enough to mend them!
Diligence overcomes difficulties, Sloth makes them.Preheat the oven to degrees F. Grease a 9xinch baking pan. In a pan, combine brown sugar, hot water, salt, shortening, raisins, and spices.
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See the exact date and time of the Spring (or Vernal) Equinox, which marks the astronomical first day of spring. Learn more from The Old Farmer's Almanac. The Poor Richard's Almanack was written by Benjamin Franklin from He wrote it under the pseudonym of "Poor Richard" or "Richard Saunders".
The print runs reached upwards of. First published in by Benjamin Franklin when he was just 26, Poor Richard's Almanack was issued annually for the next 25 years.
Extremely popular with readers of the day, the Almanack was a fascinating compilation of weather predictions, recipes, jokes, and delightful aphorisms — many representing Franklin's common-sense philosophy, and others, proverbs from the past.
The NAACP teamed up with the Poor People's Campaign at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church to ring in the new year Sunday night with a renewed sense of passion for long-standing issues on their agenda.Download