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The Proverbs of Benjamin Franklin

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29. Keep thy shop and thy shop will keep three.

'Keep thy shop and thy shop will keep three' is one of the proverbs in a yearly almanac published by Benjamin Franklin who had many talents of American. This proverb of his has valuable as a living truth that must work so have eat. It's encourages us to work to live and through which criticizes lazy people.
First, the proverb encourages working to live. We know that just has working to maintain life and help useful for social. The proverb has two sides to show us that want have results, we need to strive for, to train and themselves work have the result that we want, like ' shop' word ...

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