society is judged by how it treats its least fortunate amongst them

I like this quote, but couldn’t find out who said it?
Anyway…
society is judged by how it treats its least fortunate amongst them……
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a cat has nine lives

Aphorism #11.
“a cat has nine lives”
See Also:
a burnt child dreads the fire
a chain is no stronger than its weakest link
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a man is as old as he feels himself to be

Aphorism #43.
“a man is as old as he feels himself to be”
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a man can die but once
a man is known by the company he keeps
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absence makes the heart grow fonder

Aphorism #75.
“absence makes the heart grow fonder”
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a young idler, an old beggar
accidents will happen
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an englishman’s home is his castle

Aphorism #107.
“an englishman’s home is his castle”
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an empty purse frightens away friends
an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth
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bad workman always blames his tools

Aphorism #139.
“bad workman always blames his tools”
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bad news travels fast
barking dogs seldom bite
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bite off no more than one can chew

Aphorism #171.
“bite off no more than one can chew”
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birds of a feather flock together
bitter pill may have wholesome effect
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cut your clothe according to your cloth

Aphorism #203.
“cut your clothe according to your cloth”
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cry out wine and sell vinegar
dead men tell no tales
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don’t make yourself a mouse or the cat will eat you

Aphorism #235.
“don’t make yourself a mouse or the cat will eat you”
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don’t kick against the pricks
don’t praise a day before sunset, don’t curse a day before sunset
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every man for himself an the devil takes the hindmost

Aphorism #267.
“every man for himself an the devil takes the hindmost”
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every man for himself
every man has his price
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