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One of these, How far Methodism conduces to the interests of Christianity, and the How far Methodism conduces to the interests of Christianity, and the welfare of society:. — “Samuel Clapham - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Translated, the title means something like "The Wisdom which brings Happiness" or "The Wisdom that Conduces to Royal Glory or Fortune" (Dankoff, 1), but has been translated more concisely as "Wisdom Which Brings Good Fortune". The text reflects. — “Kutadgu Bilig - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
User:AnonMoos continues to revert this page without talking about it. It hardly creates that mutual confidence which conduces to mutual fruitful collaboration when you lie about the fact that I've been discussing a lot. — “Talk:Chai (symbol)/Archive 1 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The Turkish historians say, that the persuasion those of their nation have imprinted in them of the fatal and unalterable prescription of their days, manifestly conduces to the giving them great assurance in dangers. — “Essays” by Michel de Montaigne
And the education which trains [men] up, conduces greatly to virtue, for to have reverence is wisdom, and it possesses an equivalent advantage, viz. to perceive what is fitting by one's mind, where report bears unwasting glory to life. 'Tis a great thing to hunt for [the praise of] virtue, among women indeed, by a secret affection, but among men, on the other hand, honor being inherent, [bears that praise, honor,] which increases a state to an incalculable extent.... — “Medea” by Euripides