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As there is Easter, so there are meager times.
Carnival on the balcony, easter by the fire.
When the sky looks like a hot oven, if no rain today, rain tomorrow.
The owner’s eye fattens the horse.
He who goes slowly, goes surely; and he who goes surely, goes far.
He who eats holy bread has to deserve it.
He who sleeps cannot catch fish.
He who injures with the sword will be finished by the sword.
A father and mother can raise ten children.
Where money is lacking, God provides.
Better to take an old husband than none.
He who has nothing will not eat. If you want flour, go gather chestnuts.
Christmas on the balcony, easter by the fire.
You have trouble feeling alive, so you stab your own heart just
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The world looks like it was designed. Of course, the Sun also