Unformatted text preview: than in refraining from disgraceful ones. o Also it is easier not to take than to give; for people are less inclined to give up what is their own than not to take what belongs to somebody else. Prodigality – Excess in regards to money: to squander money. ‘Prodigal’ means a person who has one definite vice, that of wasting his substance; because a prodigal man is one who is ruined by himself, and the wasting of a man’s property is considered to be a sort of self-destruction, on the ground that his possessions are the source of his livelihood. Illiberality – Deficiency in regards to money: take money too seriously....
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