Proverbs
 
     
The Carnegie Library
I thought you might enjoy the proverbs found in the private library of one of the richest men who ever lived. Carnegie had them inscribed in the moulding.
 
1. Thine own reproach alone do fear.
2. Self approval is the ample reward of virtue.
3. To perform the duties of this life well, troubling not about another
is the prime wisdom.
4. Only through what is done for others one finds happiness for
oneself.
5. The aides to noble life are all within.
6. The kingdom of heaven is within you.
7. All is well since all grows better.
8. The gods send thread for a web begun.
9. To thine own self be true, thou canst not then be false to anyone.
10. The highest motive is the good of others.
 

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