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We become innocent when we are unfortunate.
Sensible people find nothing useless. [Fr., Il n’est rien d’inutile aux personnes
Every flatterer lives at the expense of him who listens to him.
Let us not overstrain our talents, lest we do nothing gracefully.
Silent people are dangerous; others are not so. [Fr., Les gens sans
Example is a dangerous lure: where the wasp got through the gnat sticks fast.
Our condition never satisfies us; the present is always the worst. Though
No favor can win gratitude from a cat.
A hungry stomach cannot hear.
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