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Vanity

Vanity

bullet Vanity is the greatest of flatterers.
bullet Vanity usually demands sacrifices.
bullet Love is the vanity of two.
bullet Doing good is also a form of vanity.
bullet One is vain by nature but honest by necessity.
bullet There is no love without vanity.
bullet It is hard to dislike someone who praises you.
bullet To refuse praise is to seek praise twice.
bullet Every donkey loves to hear himself bray.
bullet Pride often wears a cloak of humility.
bullet To speak ill of someone is a dishonest way of praising ourselves.
bullet We often need someone smaller than ourselves to make us feel bigger.
bullet Many people make themselves poor by trying not to appear poor.
bullet When a proud man hears another praised, he thinks himself injured.
bullet What flatters a person is the thought that he is worth flattering.
bullet Mediocre people often have the most acquired knowledge.
bullet No-one is so lonely as he who loves only himself.
bullet When we ask for an opinion we are merely seeking approval.
bullet Nothing is easier than self-deception.
bullet A cockerel is very important on his own dunghill.
bullet Wishing to be alone could be an inverted sense of superiority.
bullet We all love what we are good at.
bullet To refuse praise is to desire to be praised even more.
bullet All love is self-love.