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When the sculptor is dead his statues ask him for a soul.
A harvest of peace grows from seeds of contentment.
The poor looks for food and the rich man for appetite.
All the water in the sea doesn’t even reach the knees of the man who fears not death.
One person can burn water, while another can’t even burn oil.
Learning is a treasure no thief can touch.
There are many people who can sing, but don’t know the words.
A person who misses a chance and the monkey who misses its branch, both cannot be saved.
A book is a good friend when it lays bare the errors of the past.
The hare that escaped had eight legs.
Fate and self-help share equally in shaping our destiny.
It is little use to dig a well after the house has caught fire.
Blind men have no need to walk.
You might as well try to hear without ears or breathe without
It’s really rare that you come across a Southern character that’s not
Of course I’m sure half the people there hate me and half the people like me.
I am running for president to return our country to the principles
I, interestingly, had dated a woman in the Eisenhower Administration briefly, and
The first thing I’ll do if elected is demand a recount.
A man forewarned is as good as two.
The price of empire is America’s soul, and that price is too high.