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He would slaughter a bug to drink its blood.
To fall out of the frying-pan into the fire.
Where the devil cannot put his head he puts his tail.
Service is not inheritance.
It is good to hold the clothes of one who is swimming.
Misfortunes never come single.
God protect us from him who has read but one book.
He that is busy is tempted but by one devil, he that is idle by a legion.
When the sun is highest it casts the least shadow.
Step by step one goes to rome.
Pride breakfasted with plenty, dined with poverty, and supped with infamy.
The ship does not go without the boat.
He cries out before he is hurt.
In our interactions with others, gentleness, kindness, respectare the source of harmony
And I don’t want to jump out of an airplane – I’ve done that.
The more you know about how things are the less you know about how things could be.
Nobody’s really unsympathetic, I think. People do good and bad things.
Sometimes river flows very strong, sometimes it flows very small, but it
It’s very hard for me to get a new car. It’s really
I know there are some Christians who believe that war and their
The reason people find it so hard to be happy is that they always