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Better have to give than have to beg.
The worth of a thing is what it will bring.
Marry me forthwith, mother, for my face is growing wrinkled.
Eat the wind and swallow bitterness.
Go not with every hunger to the cupboard
A small hatchet fells a great oak.
Each one with his peer.
Despise your enemy and you will soon be beaten.
A friend is to be taken with his faults.
Gifts from enemies are dangerous.
No one is poor but he who thinks himself so.
He threatens many who affronts one.
It is approved alchemy to have an income and spend nothing.
Love, you drive me to distraction.
I was kicked out of the stars and stripes twice, and finally got back in.
Nothing which is at all times and in every way agreeable to
Happy moments are the times to be stupid, not be genius!
People are made for happiness. Rightly, then, you thirst for happiness. Christ
The free will is a pagan Goddess that the Church has worshipped for far too long.
My birth was a blessing. Sent to live and die on Earth;
Diversion and indifference are the two widest roads to Hell in today’s world.