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“If thou art borrow'd by a friend,
Right welcome shall he be To read, to study—not to lend,
But to return to me.”
“Not that imparted knowledge doth
Diminish learning's store, But books I find, if often lent,
Return to me no more.”
“ READ SLOWLY, PAUSE FREQUENTLY,
THINK SERIOUSLY, KEEP CLEANLY, RETURN DULY, WITH THE CORNERS OF THE LEAVES
NOT TURNED DOWN.”
(IN MATTERS RELIGIOUS, MORAL, AND OTHER.)
SELECTIONS MADE AND SYSTEMATICALLY ARRANGED
MOTILAL M. MUNSHI, B.A., LL,B.
Vakil, High Court, Appellate Side, Bombay.
My desire remains fixed on Thee (God) ... TORÅRÅM. Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be
thy name... BIBLE. There is no power or strength but in God... MUHAMMED. I long for none but Thee to dwell within my
soul... TAMIL SONG. Let us praise Him, the one sole Lord of all... RIG-VEDA. Almighty Power, I love Thee! blissful name. WATTS. Love and fix thy whole heart upon Him ... NÂNAK,
PURITY. Make thyself pure, 0 righteous man!... VENDIDÂD.
(Jain POET) Nature furnishes what nature absolutely needs. SENECA. Sweet are the thoughts that savour of content. R. GREENE. Happiness may be enjoyed even in coarse
rice for food, water to drink, and the
bended arm for a pillow ... ... CONFUCIUS. In nothing is such happiness as is in contentment, how often need it be said ... SÅ MAL.