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MERIT

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It was contrary to every doctrine of her's that difference of fortune should keep any couple asunder who were attracted by resemblance of disposition; and that Elinor's merit should not be acknowledged by every one who knew her, was to her comprehension impossible.
Besides this negative merit, the doctor had one positive recommendation;--this was a great appearance of religion.
Yet on the other hand' - he loosed his rosary -'I have acquired merit by saving two lives - the lives of those that wronged me.
He has acquired merit, though the healed employed his strength for evil.
And for my merit that I had acquired I gain yet another sign.' He put his hand in his bosom, and drew forth the Wheel of Life.
But for the merit I have acquired in guiding thee upon the Way, there would have been added to me yet another life ere I had found my River.
I am foul-faced and a hillwoman, but, as thy talk goes, I have acquired merit. Shall I show thee how the Sahibs render thanks?' and her hard eyes softened.
I know no one more entitled, by unpretending merit, or better prepared by habitual suffering, to receive and enjoy felicity.
It would have been better for the legislature to have passed over the poverty of men of merit, and only to have taken care to have ensured them sufficient leisure, when in office, to attend to public affairs.