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Much water passes by the mill that the miller perceives not.
He has done like the perugian who, when his head was broken, ran home for helmet.
Good repute is like the cypress: once cut, it never puts forth leaf again.
Who glows not burns not.
At a round table there is no dispute about place.
One’s own spurs and another’s horse make the miles short.
The world is like a staircase; some go up, others go down.
Where there is equality there never can be perfect love.
By learning to obey, you will know how to command.