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A multitude of words is tiresome, unlike remaining centered.
The good man is the teacher of the bad, And the bad
Requite injury with kindness.
Greed for enlightenment and immortality is no different than greed for material
Lay plans for the accomplishment of the difficult before it becomes difficult;
It is fitting for a great nation to yield.
People turn their eyes and ears to him (the sage), and the
The highest virtue is not virtuous. Therefore it has virtue. The lowest
The master accomplishes more and more by doing less and less until
Much knowledge will corrupt the heart,/When partly understood,/And so the
He who knows, knows not. He who knows not, knows.
Cultivate virtue in the world, and it will be universal.
Do not imagine that an integral being has the ambition of enlightening
I gave myself a mental shake. Snapping out of a slump, that was what today was all about.
Commemorative stone in the floor of the Chapel of St. George in
I always loved working in comedy.
A man coined to superlative must expect that his every statement will
Maybe it’s a fairy tale, but I believe in happily ever after.
Indecision and delays are the parents of failure.
My voice and movements are restricted by the things I own.
It’s very personalized and very real, honest and sincere.