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A thrashing river is a fisherman’s bounty.
Science makes men arrogant; wealth makes them fools.
The beauty of the man is in his intelligence and the intelligence of the woman is in her beauty.
An altercation is like buttermilk — the more you stir it, the sourer it gets.
Love flies away and the pain remains.
May the sun set on where my love dwells.
Love and prudence are absolutely incompatible.
If you marry wise judgment, peace will become your brother-in-law.
It is better to eat bread with love than fowl with grief.
To ‘get out of my house.’ or ‘what do you want with my wife?’ there is no answer.
A quarrel is like buttermilk, the more you stir it, the more sour it grows.
Good comes from far away; evil is close at hand.
He who marries prudence is the brother-in-law of peace.
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The bold sympathize with the bold; and in great hearts, there is
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Patterns of the past echo in the present and resound through the future.
One time I went into a restroom and a girl followed me
When an artist works today or whenever, it’s not about creating immortal
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