One should go invited to a friend in good fortune and uninvited in misfortune.
Snob: A person who wants to know only the people who don’t want to know him.
MATT.iii.24. If a kingdom be divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand.
“Divide and conquer”
Examples: Divisions among the Trojans brought in the Greeks to their destruction;
The divisions of the Greeks brought in the Macedonian Philip;
The divisions of the Assyrian monarchy brought in the Persian;
The divisions of the Persian monarchy brought in the Macedonian;
The divisions of the Macedonian monarchy brought in the Roman;
The divisions of the Roman empire brought in the Turks;
The divisions of the Jews brought about the destruction of their nation;
The divisions of the Britons brought in the Saxons; etc. etc.
Cyrus, by dividing the Euphrates, was enabled to ford it. When Cyrus came near Babylon
with his great army, he found the river, which he wanted to pass, so deep that it could not
be forded: so he caused it to be divided into numerous channels, whereby it was soon so
reduced in depth, that his men passed over almost on dry land, and took the city.
…The Bundle of Sticks
European lady: You Arabs are so intense!
Sheikh Omar: We do everything in tents.
Edo: I will take a meal out occasionally, but I never go to the same restaurant twice.
Bedo: I don’t ever leave a tip, either.
What’s in a Name?
Kibarian: Turkish in derivation, borrowed from Arabic, identified as a descriptive term, kibar is defined as noble, fine, noted, distinguished, celebrated, renowned, famous.