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The fall is nobody’s sire.
Forcing a bludgeon through a chinar trunk. Doing the impossible.
No sunshine but hath some shadow.
The sufferer goes through hell till the truth comes out.
A king for a moment, and a beggar soon after.
When pumpkins are watered, brinjals also get watered.
Clean your heart and mind of negative thoughts.
Ignorance is the peace of life.
A man loves his own shortcomings.
Saving mustard seeds in hand, while a watermelon escapes.
Unity is equal to a thousand golden coins.
Eleven persons take eleven paths.
The hen scratches and the chicken learns.
I have more of a desire to write songs about being an
It’s quite a job, so to speak, when you can really be
Because you aren’t just someone I loved back then. You were my
No one can call themselves a writer until he or she has written at least fifty stories.
When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness
I’d been convinced I was on the outside, but really, I’d always
It’s not enough that you believe what you see. You must also understand what you see.
A soldier’s life revolves around his mail. Like many others, I’ve been