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Post by dean jacques on Thu Dec 10, 2015 7:47 am

“It is wise and well to be contented with the good things which the Master of the feast places before us, and to be thankful for what we have, rather than thoughtful about what we have not. Lose no occasion of exercising your dispositions to be grateful, to be generous, to be charitable, to be humane, to be true, just, firm, orderly, and courageous. Consider every act of this kind is an exercise which will strengthen your moral faculties and increase your worth.”
-- Thomas Jefferson
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Post by dean jacques on Thu Dec 10, 2015 7:52 am

“It is wise and well to be contented with the good things which the Master of the feast places before us, and to be thankful for what we have, rather than thoughtful about what we have not. Lose no occasion of exercising your dispositions to be grateful, to be generous, to be charitable, to be humane, to be true, just, firm, orderly, and courageous. Consider every act of this kind is an exercise which will strengthen your moral faculties and increase your worth.”
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