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Results of search for Author: Jean De La Bruyere - Page 1 of 2
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Results from Laura Moncur's Motivational Quotations:

It is fortunate to be of high birth, but it is no less so to be of such character that people do not care to know whether you are or are not.
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Jean de la Bruyere (1645 - 1696)

Results from Classic Quotes:

Discourtesy does not spring merely from one bad quality, but from several--from foolish vanity, from ignorance of what is due to others, from indolence, from stupidity, from distraction of thought, from contempt of others, from jealousy.
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Jean de la Bruyere (1645 - 1696)
Children have neither past nor future; they enjoy the present.
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Jean de la Bruyere (1645 - 1696)
The slave has but one master; the ambitious man has as many as can help him in making his fortune.
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Jean de la Bruyere (1645 - 1696)
The shortest and best ways to make your fortune is to let people see clearly that it is in their interests to promote yours.
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Jean de la Bruyere (1645 - 1696)

Results from Cole's Quotables:

There are only two ways by which to rise in this world, either by one's own industry or by the stupidity of others.
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Jean de LaBruyere

Results from Rand Lindsly's Quotations:

A pious man is one who would be an athiest if the king were.
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Jean de La Bruyere (1645 - 1696)

Results from Poor Man's College:

Children have neither a past nor a future. Thus they enjoy the present - which seldom happens to us.
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Jean De La Bruyere (1645 - 1696)
All men's misfortunes spring from their hatred of being alone.
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Jean De La Bruyere (1645 - 1696)
Two persons cannot long be friends if they cannot forgive each other's little failings.
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Jean De La Bruyere (1645 - 1696)
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