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The envious man’s face grows lean and his eye swells.
A barking dog was never a good hunter.
He who goes out to sea loses his place.
Every one reaps as he sows.
Buy your greyhound, don’t rear him.
Where there is little bread, cut first.
There is plenty of corn in castile, but he who has none, starves.
The habit doesn’t make the monk.
There are many ways to leave this world but only one way
Fools sometimes give wise men counsel.
Pigs in the cold and men in drink make a great noise.
The ass well knows in whose house he brays.
Make good flour and you need no trumpet.
I had a great childhood. I had such fun.
I don’t want to not enjoy where I am at this very
Isn’t television glamourous?
The final upshot of thinking is the exercise of volition, and of this thought no longer forms a part
We search for everything we believe we don’t have, not knowing that
One thing I feel is this: that a great deal of poetry
So I’m trying to spread myself to the point to where I can do the night shows and not
The true perfection of man lies not in what man has, but in what man is.