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Rather be a slave to a rich man than the spouse of a poor man.
There are three uncertainties: woman, wind, and wealth.
Don’t judge any man until you have walked two moons in his moccasins.
As day break, the glowworms say “we’ve lit up the world!”
Father warrior, son warrior
He that is baldheaded has no need of combs.
Associate with the good and you will be one of them.
The nose didn’t smell the rotting head.
Weeping washes the face.
A foolish bride gets no presents.
To loan is to buy troubles.
A man laughs at others and weeps for himself.
Alertness and courage are life’s shield.
Just a wee cot-the crickets chirr-love and the smiling face of her.
As the flower is before the fruit, so is faith before good works.
So hope for a great sea-change On the far side of revenge.
I’m not interested in forcing my music on people, and that’s what
The extortions and oppressions of government will go on so long as
Use harms and even destroys beauty. The noblest function of an object
The reign of terror to which France submitted has been more justly
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