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Even if fed milk, a snake will still emit poison.
It is little use to dig a well after the house has caught fire.
The weakest go to the wall.
There are many people who can sing, but don’t know the words.
The businessman is only judged by two words: profit or loss
You do not stumble over a mountain, but you do over a stone.
The cobra will bite you whether you call it cobra or mr. Cobra.
Worldly prosperity is like writing on water.
A foolish bride gets no presents.
When a camel is at the foot of a mountain only then judge his height.
If a man from humble beginnings gets rich, he will carry his umbrella at midnight.
You cannot separate water by beating it with a fork.
If not today — when?
Whatever art form you’re working in, it’s crucial to see it clearly, to feel it clearly
Once you have tasted the taste of sky, you will forever look up
When asked why he doesn’t believe in astrology, the logician Raymond Smullyan
I quit Paris unwillingly, because I must part from my friends; and
We have access to more resources in general, and they are not
Because power corrupts, society’s demands for moral authority and character increase as
I didn’t play music, nobody in my family had an instrument or
God, how impossible life is without money. Nothing can ever overcome it,