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Think of many things — do one.
Better droping than dry.
Let the giver be silent and the receiver speak.
One misfortune brings on another.
The mistress is queen, the wife is the slave.
Do ill, and expect the like.
One doesn’t examine the teeth of a gift horse.
The belly warm, the foot at rest.
In war, hunting, and love, for one pleasure a hundred pains.
Speak little and well, they will think you somebody.
He who knows little soon blabs it.
From several possible events, the less worse happened.
“what is marriage, mother?”
We are at the mercy of time, and for all the ways
Persons with a talent who never practice excellence are the worst enemies of themselves.
I don’t get to go to the super fancy stores unless I am in l.a. So you stay pretty real and normal that way.
Don’t wait for a more convenient day to discipline your mind!
The heavens and the earth may be captured by the mind’s eye.
I think having the opportunity to get inside the skin of people
Sunday is the core of our civilization, dedicated to thought and reverence.
Like all her friends, I miss her greatly…But…I am sure