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A cake eaten in peace, is worth two in trouble.
After one loss come many.
He who loses sins.
Stolen waters are sweet.
Do not make two devils of one.
The bagpipe never utters a work till its belly is full.
Tired folks are quarrelsome.
If you wrestle with a collier you will get a blotch.
Don’t show your teeth if you can’t bite.
A sow is always dreaming of bran.
Beauty without virtue is as a flower without perfume.
If you lend something you may lose it, but not if you give it.
No fire without smoke.
I’ve basically been working really hard for the past couple years. And
I have met the people who run the world, and I am not in awe of them.
A man should be religious, not superstitious.
Always retain the ability to walk away, without sentimentality, from a situation
Sentimentality – that’s what we call the sentiment we don’t share.
No decision should be made on an empty shopping bag.
There is no quality I would rather have, and be thought to
Abracadabra, thus we learn The more you create, the less you earn.