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To teach one’s self is to be forced to learn twice.
As far back as I remember, long before I could write, I
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There is no state of satisfaction, because to himself no man is a success.
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But, of course only morons would ever think or speak of themselves
Although the primitive in art may be both interesting and impressive, as
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