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...they strike the affections; whereas admonition is only blowing of the coal.--SENECA.
He that lays down precepts for the government of our lives and moderating our passions obliges human nature, not only in the present, but in all succeeding generations.--SENECA.
Precepts or maxims are of great weight; and a few useful ones at hand do more toward a happy life than whole volumes that we know not where to find.--SENECA.
Precept must be upon precept.--ISAIAH 28:10.
PREJUDICE.--Prejudice is the child of ignorance.--HAZLITT.
As those who believe in the visibility of ghosts can easily see them, so it is always easy to see repulsive qualities in those we despise and hate.--FREDERICK DOUGLASS.
Prejudice squints when it looks, and lies when it talks.--DUCHESS D'ABRANTES.
Human nature is so constituted that all see and judge better in the affairs of other men than in their own.--TERENCE.
To all intents and purposes, he who will not open his eyes is, for the present, as blind as he who... Hazlitt, William
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