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Bad times came to be; hens on thrones we were to see.
Bolted windows with the door ajar.
Wisdom and serenity should not unduly weigh down a person.
The bachelors crave it, and the married ones regret it.
To serve a mean person, is to beat the earth.
To roast fish on sky and to eat them.
Among the ignorant a little knowledge is of great value.
True religion is in one’s heart.
A blind man’s wife is God’s keeping.
A king for a moment, and a beggar soon after.
Two’s company, the third person is an intruder.
Life cannot be trusted; death can come at any moment.
If it comes, it is golden; if it doesn’t, it was made of grass.
I will tell you something else, King, which may be a surprise
Come on, man, I got a full beard!
Life cannot be mastered by a method but needs to be met
Pass the bridge that your kinsmen have passed.
The mind is either at war with God or it is being renewed. There is no middle ground.
If you give a discount there’s a desperation there and I like
Read less and think more. Read about great things and think about
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