Thursday, February 19, 2015

February 19

It is a sin not to be engaged in work, even if it is not necessary for you to make your living with everyday work.

One of the best and purest joys is having a rest after labor.
— Immanuel Kant

Work all the time. Do not think that work is a disaster for you, and do not seek praise or reward for your work.
— Marcus Aurelius

The  most outstanding gifts  can be  destroyed by idleness.
— Michel De Montaigne

Nothing can make a person feel more noble than work. Without work, a person cannot have human dignity. It is because of this that idle people are so much concerned by the superficial, outer expression of their importance; they know that without this, other people would despise them.

When we accept truth and repent our sins, we understand that nobody can have special rights, advantages, or privileges in this life. There is no end is to fight with nature for our life and for the lives of other people.

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