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A little truth makes the whole lie pass.
A sailor must have his eye trained to the rocks and sands as well as the north star.
Substance is not enough, accident is also required.
Do not give the dog bread every time he wags his tail.
When fortune comes, open your doors.
Experience is what you get when you didn’t get what you wanted.
The white coat does not make the miller.
A saddle fits more backs than one.
Good is good, but better beats it.
Who has patience may get fat thrushes at a farthing apiece.
He who would have clear water should go to the fountain head.
The end praises the work.
Good repute is like the cypress: once cut, it never puts forth leaf again.
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Living is really pretty simple. Living happens right now; it doesn’t happen
One loves truly only once in a lifetime, Julian, even if one isn’t aware of it.
Popularity was fickle and elusive, like trying to catch fireflies in a
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