I squander what is given me, a squanderer
with a thousand hands: how could I call that--sacrificing?
Therefore, a leader who fails to get results will be regarded as a waster of resources and a squanderer
149) that could connote him as a "self-indulgent squanderer
Both thinkers illustrated it first by the example of inducing the stingy person to become a squanderer
until he has generosity established in him.
More than two weeks have passed since the beginning of Ramadan and the squanderer
in me has fully enjoyed the many evening discounts offered by food outlets!
The romantics did not promote post-factum (after-the-fact) thinking (afterthought) --which is represented by Epimetheus, the squanderer
of the gifts of the gods.
I spent my youth in India watching many great aACAyIndian' champions like Comanche, Squanderer
, Manitou, Royal Tern and Own Opinion and Red Cockade making the news by winning Derbies and prestigious Invitation Cups.
He was considered neither a glutton nor a squanderer
, like most of those who squander their resources, but rather a man of refined luxury.
At first glance, the squanderer
seems to be an entirely different person, but, in the end, he is guilty of the same sin.
If we can agree that moving away from the definition of consumer as a "squanderer
" is a shared, universal goal, we can find hope in the fact that we're at a turning point.