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The tongue is safe; even among thirty teeth.
He who works as a slave, eats as a king.
The cobra will bite you whether you call it cobra or mr. Cobra.
Most adults are attentive to what someone is doing, but children see beyond that.
If not today — when?
Only the hunchback himself knows how he can lie comfortably.
Stolen sugar is the sweetest.
One finger can’t lift a pebble.
He who is a guest in two houses, starves.
If you live in the river you should make friends with the crocodile.
It’s better to pick a fight with your in-laws than with your neighbors.
You can only lean against that which resists.
The man who has mounted an elephant will not fear the bark of a dog.
I’m always a little starstruck anyway. So to work with a movie star, which is brad
True merit, like a river, the deeper it is, the less noise it makes.
Women, if the soul of the nation is to be saved, I believe that you must become its soul.
Sleep is really important. You need to rest the physiology to be
When I think about, say, 1995, or whever the last moment was before
Circumstances should never alter principles!
You and I are both life. There’s just the experience of every
But it’s our curse and our blessing to remember the past and