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You should not call in a cat to settle the argument of two birds.
There are only two things from which to choose: profit or loss
A guilty conscience is a lively enemy.
There is no hand to catch time.
The answerer is inferior to the asker.
Never use a dwarf to measure the depth of the water.
The enemy’s own punishment is his envy.
Great anger is more destructive than the sword.
The businessman is only judged by two words: profit or loss
The way to overcome the angry man is with gentleness.
The potter sleeps soundly, for no one would steal clay.
If you can’t give any sugar then speak sweetly.
Choose people with heart, and not ones with money.
I can stand at the back of the theater and watch an
She was my destination. I was always on the way to Lena,
Why pray for the Kingdom of God to come unless you have
It is a well-known fact that those people who must want to rule people are, ipso facto
Memory – that fiend, that cruel enemy of comfort.
Someday a political genius will come along and make the Senate work.
You always think, no matter how many times you fail, that the
There is but one path. We must kill them all.