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 friend in need is a friend indeed

Aphorism #25.
“a friend in need is a friend indeed”
See Also:
a fool at forty is a fool forever
a friend to all is a friend to none
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all good things come to those who wait

Aphorism #89.
“all good things come to those who wait”
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all good things come to an end
all is fair in love and war
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better an open enemy than a false friend

Aphorism #153.
“better an open enemy than a false friend”
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better a glorious death than a shameful life
better be alone than in bad company
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diseases of the soul are more dangerous than those of the body

Aphorism #217.
“diseases of the soul are more dangerous than those of the body”
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discretion is the better part of valour
dispression is the better part of bella
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facts are stubborn things

Aphorism #281.
“facts are stubborn things”
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experience without learning is better than learning without experience
facts speak louder than words
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have a wolf by the ears

Aphorism #345.
“have a wolf by the ears”
See Also:
hatred is a blind as love
hawk will not pick out hawk’s eyes
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if the sky falls, we shall catch larks

Aphorism #409.
“if the sky falls, we shall catch larks”
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if the cap fits, wear it
if there is no clouds, we shall not enjoy the sun
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it is saddle and spur that makes a good horse

Aphorism #473.
“it is saddle and spur that makes a good horse”
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it is only the tree loaded with fruit that people will throw stone
it is safer to hear and take council than to give it
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look before you leap

Aphorism #537.
“look before you leap”
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long absent, soon forgotten
lookers-on see more than players, lookers-on see most of the game
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