GRATITUDE Life is one big, continuous circle of giving and receiving energy. Be thankful for who and what's in your life, instead of complaining about what you don't have. If you focus on gratitude, ll start to attract prosperity and abundance
DISTANCE, n. The only thing that the rich are willing for the poor to call theirs, and keep. DISTRESS, n. A disease incurred by exposure to the prosperity of a friend. DIVINATION, n. The art of nosing out the occult. Divination is of as many kinds as there are fruit- bearing varieties of the flowering dunce and the early fool. DOG, n. A kind of additional or subsidiary Deity designed to catch the overflow and surplus of the' world's worship. This Divine Being in some of his smaller and silkier incamations takes, in the affectionI IHe toils not, neither does he spin, yet Solomon in all his glory never lay upon a door-mat all day long, Isun-soaked and fly-fed and fat, while his master worked for the means wherewith to purchase the idle wag of the Solomonic tail, seasoned with a look of tolerant recognition I DRAGOON, n. A soldier who combines dash and steadiness in so equal measure that he makes his advances on foot and his retreats on horseback. DRAMATIST, n. One who adapts plays from the French. DRUIDS, n. Priests and ministers of an ancient Celtic religion which did not disdain to employ the humble allurement of human sacrifice. Very little is now known about the Druids and their faith. Pliny says their religion, originating in Britain, spread eastward as far as Persia. Caesar says those who desired to study its mysteries went to Britain. Caesar himself went to Britain, but does not appear to have obtained any high preferment in the Druidical Church, although his talent for human sacrifice was considerable. Druids performed their religious rites in groves, and knew nothing of church mortgages and the season-ticket system of pew rents. They were, in short, heathens and-as they were once complacently catalogued by a distinguished prelate of the Church of England- Dissenters. DUEL, n. A formal ceremony preliminary to the reconciliation of two enemies. Great skill is necessary to its satisfactory observance; if awkwardly performed the most unexpected and deplorable consequences
=2 GRATITUDE Life is one big, continuous circle of giving and receiving energy, Be thankful for who and what's in your life, instead of complaining about what you don't have. If you focus on gratitude, you'll start to attract prosperity and abundance.