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Each one to his owner.
Make yourself honey and the flies will eat you.
I renounce the golden basin in which I have to spit blood.
Hell is paved with good intentions, and roofed with lost opportunities.
Better be wrong with the many than right with the few.
If you would grow poor without perceiving it, employ workmen and go to sleep.
“it is nothing — they are only thrashing my husband.”
The envious man’s face grows lean and his eye swells.
Thinking is not knowing.
Make good flour and you need no trumpet.
Praise in own mouth is insult.
No one is a good judge in his own cause.
Give orders, and do no more, and nothing will be done.
Hopefulness is the heartbeat of the relationship between a parent and child.
We can leave a place behind, or we can stay in that
Then my extended family, there are preachers and evangelists, former priests.
And, if there was any responsibility in refusing to obey, he was willing to accept it.
The Golden Age was never the present age.
Anytime you lose one fight in the UFC, you kind of have
I think I might miss you, too. So few things left in
Taught from infancy that beauty is woman’s sceptre, the mind shapes itself