We have created man in Toil.
Toil in the darkness of sarcasm, my friend.
Double double Toil and trouble.
There shall touch them no Toil therein, nor therefrom they shall ever be driven out.
Do not Toil to gain riches. Cease from your own understanding.
We must all be ready somehow to Toil, to suffer, to die.
Solomon warns:“ Do not Toil to gain riches.
Blood, Toil, tears, and sweat!”.
Toil cometh not unto them there,
they would not have remained in the disgraceful Toil.
it explained:“life in the shop becomes one continuous round of Toil”.
Instead, I will Toil in obscurity, fulfilling my duty to satisfy God.
Consider the lilies how they grow: they Toil not, they spin not;
He famously said,"I have nothing to offer but blood, Toil, tears, and sweat.
Consider the lilies, how they grow. They don't Toil, neither do they spin;
They will not Toil for nothing, nor will they bring to birth for disturbance.”.
Why do they Toil and rush about all their lives just to end up empty-handed?
Is it any wonder why most women painstakingly Toil and learn the art of cooking?
Toil shall not afflict them in it, nor shall they be ever ejected from it.
AN ANCIENT proverb says:“ Do not Toil to gain riches. Cease from your own understanding.
So if all this is not required later, why does UPSC make us Toil over it?
Can any of our inventions benefit the farmers,
increase their income and help in reducing their Toil?
The farmers who Toil on the farms should be empowered with knowledge,
financial credit, warehousing and insurance facilities.
Toil is opposed to bodily pleasure:
wherefore it is only Toilsome things that are a hindrance to pleasures.
In the work of the Lord knowing that your Toil is not in vain in the Lord.”.
The which if you with patient ears attend,
What here shall miss, our Toil shall strive to mend.".
alight in a house abiding for ever out of His grace; Toil shall not touch us therein,
to have freedom and to enjoy the fruits of their Toil and have the necessities of life,
Vaisakhi celebrates the sweat and Toil of our farmers who bring good harvests and happiness to our homes.
Through His grace He has admitted us to the everlasting Abode, where neither Toil nor weariness affects us.