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Through bumps, one learns to walk.
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If you think you’ve reached the top, watch out, you can fall just as quickly.
Put it in the ground and trust in God.
Where there is a cock the chicken will not crow.
At birth your fate is written.
Everyone drinks with their mouth.
People should be mourned at their birth, not at their death.
The owner’s eye fattens the horse.
You learn something every day.
If bastelica had a port, ajaccio would be its garden.
A woman builds and destroys a house.
Thank you to my wonderful actors, the triangle of man-love which is
With our mortal minds we should seek from the Gods that which becomes us.
He who thanks but with the lips Thanks but in part; The
Good night and have a pleasant tomorrow,
The day of fortune is like a harvest day, we must be busy when the corn is ripe.
When you feel as though you can’t do something, the simple antidote
From heaven even the most miserable life will look like one bad
All traditions are stupid unless you came up with it yourself.