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Who paints me before blackens me behind.
The shirt is nearer than the doublet.
Who gives, teaches a return.
Drink wine and let water go to the mill.
He who makes himself a dove is eaten by the hawk.
Empty vessels make most noise.
Trust was a good man; trust-not was a better.
One never wept but another laughed.
Who troubles others has no rest himself.
There goes more than one ass to market.
Every ten years one man has need of another.
Short is the road that leads from fear to hatred.
He that would have a thing done quickly and well must do it himself.
To speak freely of mathematics, I find it the highest exercise of
The best way to write a novel is to do it behind your own back.
I don’t think of myself as a powerful person,
It’s playing with the idea of what musicians wear when they play
To use an image, making a film is like climbing a mountain
There is a massive economic opportunity out there to be taken without
Love and faith go hand in hand. You can’t have one without
Finding the right one means finding one who listens.