Theosophy at large (III)
Sep 04, 2004 03:47 PM
by Pedro Oliveira
(From the "Cynic's Dictionary". Sources: 'Tin Trumpet'
by Horace Smith and 'The Cynic's Word-book' by Ambrose
Congratulation: the civility of envy.
Friendless: having no favours to bestow; destitute of
fortune; addicted to utterance of truth and common
Incompatibility: in matrimony, a similarity of tastes,
particularly the taste for domination.
Fool: an officer who is honest.
Physician: the messenger of death; an executioner.
Ill Man: the slate on which the physician learns his
Bribe: the resource of those whose cause is lame.
Stupidity: regarding one's self as wiser than the
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