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It doesn’t take time to change one’s destiny.
One man’s breath’s another man’s death.
When rogues fallout, honest men come by their own.
Eleven persons take eleven paths.
I bought the nettle, sowed the nettle, and then the nettle stung me.
One man cut the barrage, and a thousand people fell into the river.
Clean your heart and mind of negative thoughts.
To roast fish on sky and to eat them.
Empty vessels make much noise.
Giving advice to a stupid man is like giving salt to a squirrel.
The danger past, and God forgotten.
No sweet without sweat.
Agreement with two people, lamentation with three.
All things are created twice. There is a mental (first) creation, and
When they gave the donkey flowers to smell, he ate them.
If I’m sure of a person and his potential in politics, and
That’s the challenging thing with TV; it’s not the action scenes per
When you are ready to move on or if you come to
When I train, I love to take time off and fly to
It seems to me that true love is a discipline…
By the fourth or fifth record there was not a lot of