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He who is a guest in two houses, starves.
When we take one step toward to God, he takes seven steps toward us.
There are only two things from which to choose: profit or loss
When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced.
Dependence on another is perpetual disappointment.
Blaming your faults on your nature does not change the nature of your faults.
A house without children is a graveyard.
Do not blame God for having created the tiger, but thank him for not having given it wings.
A person who misses a chance and the monkey who misses its branch, both cannot be saved.
War is to a man what bed is to a woman.
September blow soft till the fruit’s in the loft.
Who is poor? he who is troubled with too many desires.
Truth is singular and perceptions plural.
My dad served 21 years and my mom did 13, so through that process,
I just always knew that I lived in two worlds. There was
My back to the goal, physically fighting off defenders
If it weren’t for my adam’s apple, I’d have no shape at all.
The soul is presupposed as a ready-made agent, which displays such features
Nothing weighs more heavily on age than time. Nothing has more meaning
We got interested in aesthetics, and then at the end of all
The more civilized we become, the more horrendous our entertainments.