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 blind man will not thank you for a looking glass

Aphorism #7.
“a blind man will not thank you for a looking glass”
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a bird is known by its note and a man by his talk
a broken friendship may be soldered but will never be sound
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a living dog is better than a dead lion

Aphorism #39.
“a living dog is better than a dead lion”
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a little pot is soon hot
a loaded wagon makes no noise
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a wise head makes a close mouth

Aphorism #71.
“a wise head makes a close mouth”
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a wicked man is his own hell
a wise man cares not for he cannot have
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always miss, always miss

Aphorism #103.
“always miss, always miss”
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all’s well that ends well
among the blind, the one eyed man is king
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as you sow, you shall reed

Aphorism #135.
“as you sow, you shall reed”
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as you sow, so shall you reap
avarice blinds our eyes
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beware the silent dog and still water

Aphorism #167.
“beware the silent dog and still water”
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between two stools one falls to the ground
birds in a feather flock together
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constant occupation prevents temptation

Aphorism #199.
“constant occupation prevents temptation”
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constant dripping wears away the stone
cowards die many times before their deaths
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don’t empty the baby out with the bath water

Aphorism #231.
“don’t empty the baby out with the bath water”
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don’t cut the bouth you are standing on
don’t go too near the water until you know how to swim
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every dog has its day

Aphorism #263.
“every dog has its day”
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every cook praises his own broth
every family has a skeleton in a closet
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