Trouble springs from idleness, and grievous toil from needless ease.
Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin Quotes
Better slip with foot than tongue
Those disputing, contradicting, and confuting people are generally unfortunate in their affairs. They get victory,...
If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead, either write something...
Hear not ill of a friend, nor speak any of an enemy.
The sleeping fox catches no poultry.
He that falls in love with himself will have no rivals.
Work as if you were to live a hundred years. Pray as if you were...
A great empire, like a great cake, is most easily diminished at the edges.
He that can have Patience, can have what he will
Be civil to all; sociable to many; familiar with few.
Your net worth to the world is usually determined by what remains after your bad...
It is the eye of other people that ruin us. If I were blind I...
Fond pride of dress is sure a very curse
We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.
Hope of gain lessens pain.
Clean your finger before you point at my spots.
Trouble knocked on the door, but, hearing laughter, hurried away.
Poverty often deprives a man of all spirit and virtue; it is hard for an...
Poverty and War have no excuse.
The broad highway to poverty and need - Is, much to build and many mouths...