So I left him, saying to myself, as I went away: Well, although I do not suppose that either of us knows anything really beautiful and good, I am better off
than he is,-- for he knows nothing, and thinks that he knows; I neither know nor think that I know.
He said: "In some ways I can say I am better off
that it happened.
For some reason I got out and over a period of time I realised that I am better off
being at the non-striker's end.
It was hard sitting out and watching, but now I feel I am better off
for going through that experience.
Remember cries of 'I am better off
on benefits than working'?
Now I am better off
and I have enough to eat," Pak says.
I am better off
a teacher," he said, referring to previous attempts to goad him into mediating a truce.
Now that I am better off
than before, I'd like to help others," he said.
When someone says "I am better off
on the dole" then that is exactly what they mean.
Still, I am better off
than the person sat at the side of me in his wheelchair.
In any event, even though I often work into the wee hours to help my clients hit their deadlines -- even though I am agitated that the thousands of dollars I pay in taxes are funding some government employees who are paid to do nothing -- I know I am better off
I am better off
than some people - I have been to uni, I can cook and look after myself and I have a great family and wonderful friends.
Mein apna coach behter hoon (I am better off
with coaching myself).
I know that I am better off
for having worked with them.
It took the piece out and threw it way, saying I am better off