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True religion is in one’s heart.
Service is greatness.
Empty vessels make much noise.
To serve a mean person, is to beat the earth.
No sunshine but hath some shadow.
Saving mustard seeds in hand, while a watermelon escapes.
Destiny often withholds the crown from the very person who deserves it.
To roast fish on sky and to eat them.
The customers are known to the shopkeepers.
No sweet without sweat.
A kick works as a treatment to a hunch backed person.
A single log of wood does not burn even in an oven.
When rogues fallout, honest men come by their own.
Without communication there is no relationship.
No previous generation was so hopelessly unrealistic that this had to be explained to them.
Skill is how you close the gap between what you can see
Almost everyone thinks they are a good person, but the question you should be asking is
Americans have the right to choose to be unarmed and helpless. Be my guest.
I would say the secret is to be enthusiastic about everything that comes into your life.
Work helps. So does exercise. Stuff that numbs you, keeps you from thinking too much.
The joy of Being, which is the only true happiness, cannot come