Benjamin Disraeli Quote

Generally speaking, among sensible persons, it would seem that a rich man deems that friend a sincere one who does not want to borrow his money; while, among the less favored with fortune's gifts, the sincere friend is generally esteemed to be the individual who is ready to lend it.


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Generally speaking, among sensible persons, it would seem that a rich man deems that friend a sincere one who does not want to borrow his money;...

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Generally speaking, among sensible persons, it would seem that a rich man deems that friend a sincere one who does not want to borrow his money;...

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Generally speaking, among sensible persons, it would seem that a rich man deems that friend a sincere one who does not want to borrow his money;...

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Generally speaking, among sensible persons, it would seem that a rich man deems that friend a sincere one who does not want to borrow his money;...