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Much laughter, little brains.
A little gall spoils much honey.
Where the cock is the hen does not crow.
There are ills that happen for good.
Much laugher, short wisdom.
Would you know your daughter? see her in company.
A friend is to be taken with his faults.
When bulls fight, woe to the frogs.
Stolen house, locks on the door.
The tailor ill-dressed, the shoemaker ill-shod.
Where there is no fire, no smoke rises.
The cat bit your tongue.
It is well to know how to be silent till it is time to speak.
The ancient sages never put their teachings in a systematic form. They
Return those shoes to the shoemaker Return this hand to my father
In the end, what counts is what you do.
Even if I could, I wouldn’t. Scars can come in handy. I
I am truly my mother’s son.
Do not so contemplate eternity that you waste today.
The possibility of the impossible, dreams and illusions, are the subject of my novels.
That energy which veils itself in mildness is most effective of its object.