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There is a deep sea between saying and doing.
Lay on more wood; ashes give money.
There is no need to bind up one’s head before it is broken.
Does your neighbor bore you? lend him some money.
Error is no payment.
When the will is prompt the legs are nimble.
Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law, storm and hail.
True love never grows old.
Drink water like an ox, wine like the king of spain.
He who doth the injury never forgives the injured man.
Buy what you have no need of and ere long you shall sell your necessaries.
Who would make money must begin by spending it.
It is the petty expenses that empty the purse.
The perfumer fakes nature by blending different types of materials to reproduce
As the mother of a son, I do not accept that alienation
Only he who bestirs himself can advance spiritually. The fool who uses
I pray for no more youth To perish before its prime; That
At any moment I could give up, but I haven’t because love
Hello, wake up, receive my simple gift of ‘good morning‘
A man who renounces something is also a man who believes in something.
I’m just the messenger here. I’m just another representative of my faith, so to speak.