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The eleventh commandment: Thou shalt not contradict.
It is in our work that we discover love and faith.
The most desirable woman is always the one who belongs to someone else.
When it’s time to fry the beans, you can’t do without lard.
A person born to be a flower pot will not go beyond the porch.
Don’t do today what you can put off until tomorrow.
In youth we learn, in old age we understand.
The deaf does not listen, but invents well.
Better a stride that will last than a trot that tires fast.
Old debts are not paid, and new ones are left to get old.
The devil knows more because he’s old than because he’s the devil.
To the dead, internment and, to the living, enjoyment
Never ask God to give you anything; ask him to put you where things are.
God will never let you sink under your circumstances. He always provides
We are kindred all of us, killer and victim, predator and prey,
There is a false love that will make you something you are not.
My perspective of veganism was most affected by learning that the veal
To be an American and unable to play baseball is comparable to
It’s a poor artist who borrows–a good artist steals.
Always remember deep in your heart that all is well and everything
Mysticism is concerned primarily with moving our awareness field from the beginning