Anne Bradstreet Quote

He that would be content with a mean condition must not cast his eye upon one that is in a far better estate than himself, but let him look upon him that is lower than he is, and, if he see that such a one bears poverty comfortably, it will help to quiet him.


The Works of Anne Bradstreet (ed. Harvard University Press, 1967) - ISBN: 9780674959996

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He that would be content with a mean condition must not cast his eye upon one that is in a far better estate than himself, but let him look upon him...

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He that would be content with a mean condition must not cast his eye upon one that is in a far better estate than himself, but let him look upon him...

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He that would be content with a mean condition must not cast his eye upon one that is in a far better estate than himself, but let him look upon him...

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He that would be content with a mean condition must not cast his eye upon one that is in a far better estate than himself, but let him look upon him...