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Count no day lost in which you waited your turn, took only your share and sought advantage over no one
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"Count no day lost in which you waited your turn, took only your share and sought advantage over no one"

- Robert Brault

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This quote urges us to be client and modest in our daily lives. It advises us to not take greater than our fair share as well as to not look for advantage over others. It is a reminder to be content with what we have and also to not be greedy. It is also a pointer to be client and also wait our turn, instead of attempting to get along of others. This quote urges us to be conscious of our activities and also to be mindful of others. It is a tip to be grateful for what we have as well as to not take greater than our fair share. It is a pointer to be modest and also to not seek benefit over others. This quote is a tip to be patient and also to not be money grubbing. It is a suggestion to be content with what we have and also to not try to take greater than our fair share. It is a tip to be considerate of others and also to not seek benefit over them. This quote is a reminder to be mindful of our actions and also to be individual and also modest in our lives.

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Robert Brault This quote is written / told by Robert Brault somewhere between 1948 and today. He was a famous Philosopher from USA. The author also have 6 other quotes.

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