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He who doth the injury never forgives the injured man.
The poorhouse is full of honest people.
The poor is hated by his neighbour, but the rich hath many friends.
Poison quells poison.
He who would be rich in a year gets hanged in six months.
With wishing comes grieving.
The injurer never forgets.
If the hen had not cackled, we should not know she had laid an egg.
Who has no money in his purse must have honey in his mouth.
The later comer is ill lodged.
Credit lost is like a broken looking-glass.
Every fox likes a hen roost.
Take care you don’t let your tail be caught in the door.
… far more people make a living as professional chess players today than
One doesn’t stay in a state of nirvana by hiding from difficulties.
You don’t talk about paintings, you look at them.
Survival instincts are one of those things that never die.
Rather than strive to ‘lose weight,’ most people would be better
I haven’t inherited the earth from my parents, I am borrowing it from my children.
If people want a role model, they can have Miley Cyrus.
The hardest thing in life to learn is which bridge to cross and which to burn.