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To serve a mean person, is to beat the earth.
God is the friend of both the simple guy and the leper.
No sunshine but hath some shadow.
The customers are known to the shopkeepers.
The gardener had not yet dug out the radish
It’s tough to find fool’s; ten in every other house.
A king for a moment, and a beggar soon after.
Bolted windows with the door ajar.
Agreement with two people, lamentation with three.
The hen scratches and the chicken learns.
Forcing a bludgeon through a chinar trunk. Doing the impossible.
It doesn’t take time to change one’s destiny.
Bad times came to be; hens on thrones we were to see.
The New York Marathon: a fantastic event.
I’ve been waiting more than 30 years to say this: ‘Dad, I always
Being a scientist helps to support both my life as a Jesuit and my belief in God.
I’ll get to make a lot of money and do some bad sitcoms.
Let us be very gentle with our neighbors’ failings, and forgive our
I honestly never dreamed at the time that I would one day
We come from an abundant, endlessly providing, always forthcoming, always giving source.
Focus on those people who truly appreciate you, and get rid of those who don’t.