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Love enters man through his eyes, woman through her ears.
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Never complain, never explain.
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By other's faults wise men correct their own.
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A forced kindness deserves no thanks.
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Wise men learn from other men's mistakes; fools insist on learning from their own.
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Where law ends, tyranny begins.
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Deceit is a lie which wears a smile.
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Knowledge is proud that he knows so much; wisdom is humble that he knows no more.
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A rabbit is never caught twice in the same place.
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Man changes often but improves seldom.
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Before honor is humility.
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Men build houses; women build homes.
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To have a friend, close one eye. To keep him, close both.
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Happiness multiplies as we divide it with others.
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One seldom meets a lonely lie.
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The rough shell may have a good kernel.
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The simplest things are the most startling.
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He that would conquer must fight.
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Better risk a little than lose the whole.
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All things in moderation are good.
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Those who do little expect the most.
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Wealth consists not of having great possessions but of having few wants.
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One thief robs another.
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The lone sheep is in danger of the wolf.
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Whatever nature does least, man does most.
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He that believes all, misses; he that believes nothing, hits not.
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Give a civil answer to a civil question.
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Death to the wolf is life to the lamb.
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The more responsibilities a man assumes, the more likely he is to meet them.
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One man with courage is a majority.
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Never trust a man who doesn't trust others.
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If a man is right, he cannot be too radical. If wrong, he cannot be too conservative.
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He that shows a passion tells his enemy where he may hit him.
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Arrogance is a kingdom without a crown.
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That which comes from the heart is always sincere.
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A woman can't drive her husband, but she can lead him.
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Who avoids temptation avoids sin.
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Don't value a gem by what it is set in.
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Sin concealed needs two forgivings.
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Cover yourself with honey and the flies will eat you.
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Life is a comedy to those who think, a tragedy to those who feel.
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