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Fall seven times and stand up eight. –Japanese Proverb


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Fall down seven times, get up eight.
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The bamboo that bends is stronger than the oak that resists.
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Getting money is like digging with a needle, spending it is like water soaking into sand.
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A kind word can warm three months of winter.
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sickness is a thing of the spirit
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When the character of a man is not clear to you, look at his friends.
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The gods only laugh when people ask them for money.
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A helpful companion is as good as a coach.
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One who smiles rather than rages is always the stronger
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If he works for you, you work for him.
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When you're dying of thirst it's too late to think about digging a well.
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When you have completed 95 percent of your journey, you are only halfway there.
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He who buys what he needs not, sells what he needs.
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Never rely on the glory of the morning nor the smiles of your mother-in-law.
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In a quarrel, the higher voiced person will win.
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Gossip about a person and his shadow will appear.
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Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare.
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A helpful companion is as good as a coach.
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Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare.
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To teach is to learn.
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When the cat mourns for the mouse do not take her seriously
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A single arrow is easily broken, but not ten in a bundle
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When you buy a vase cheap, look for the flaw; when a man offers favors, look for the motive
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Even a thief takes ten years to learn his trade
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Clouds over the moon, a storm over blossoms
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The feet are the gateway to 10,000 illnesses.
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Duty is heavy as a mountain but
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I will master something, then the creativity will come.
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Even a thief takes ten years to learn his trade.
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An excess of courtesy is discourtesy
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Don't stay long when the husband is not at home.
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Art is the illusion of spontaneity.
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One kind word can warm three winter months.
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Beat your wife on the wedding day, and your married life will be happy
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The inarticulate speak longest
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The nail that sticks up gets hammered down
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When the cat mourns for the mouse do not take her seriously
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Who travels for love finds a thousand miles not longer than one.
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Action without vision is dangerous.
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You are wise to climb Mt. Fuji, but a fool to do it twice.
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The nail that stands out will be hammered down.
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A good husband is healthy and absent.
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One thousand days to learn; ten thousand days to refine.
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Time spent laughing is time spent with the Gods.
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When a bonsai stops growing, you know it's dead.
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Deceive the rich and powerful if you will, but don't insult them.
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If you have to kill a snake, kill it once and for all
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Money grows on the tree of persistence
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Not to know is to be a Buddha
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We learn little from victory, much from defeat
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We are no more than candles burning in the wind
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Where there is no antagonist, you cannot quarrel.
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Darkness reigns at the foot of the lighthouse
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The bamboo that bends is stronger than the oak that resists.
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Getting money is like digging with a needle, spending it is like water soaking into sand.
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A kind word can warm three months of winter.
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yamai wa ki kara
sickness is a thing of the spirit
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When the character of a man is not clear to you, look at his friends.
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Vision with action is a daydream; action without vision is a nightmare.
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Fall down seven times, stand up eight.
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The gods only laugh when people ask them for money.
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To teach is to learn.
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It is better to be ignorant than mistaken
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A helpful companion is as good as a coach.
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When you're thirsty it's too late to think about digging a well
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The tongue is more to be feared than the sword
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Not to know is to be a Buddha
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Even a sheet of paper has two sides
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It is a beggar's pride that he is not a thief
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It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive disenchanted
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Vision without action is a daydream. Action with without vision is a nightmare.
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Fix the problem, not the blame.
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The go-between wears out a thousand sandals.
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The reverse side also has a reverse side.
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If you believe everything you read, better not read.
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Beginning is easy - Continuing is hard.
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Gain from your opponents without sacrificing your own strength.
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All married women are not wives
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In wealth, many friends; in poverty, not even relatives.
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A good sword is the one left in its scabbard
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A pig used to dirt turns its nose up at rice
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The pebble in the brook secretly thinks itself a precious stone
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If one man praises you, a thousand will repeat the praise
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One who smiles rather than rages is always the stronger
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We are no more than candles burning in the wind
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The nail that sticks up gets hammered down
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One who smiles rather than rages is always the stronger
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It is better to be ignorant than mistaken
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Knowledge without wisdom is a load of books on the back an ass
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All married women are not wives.
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If he works for you, you work for him.
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When you're dying of thirst it's too late to think about digging a well.
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If you want to know what's happening in the market, ask the market.
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The reputation of a thousand years may be determined by the conduct of one hour.
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If you have only two pennies left in the world, with the first penny, you should buy rice to feed yo...
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Who travels for love finds a thousand miles not longer than one.
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A man in love mistakes a pimple for a dimple.
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Virtue is not knowing but doing
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When you have completed 95 percent of your journey, you are only halfway there.
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He who buys what he needs not, sells what he needs.
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Never rely on the glory of the morning nor the smiles of your mother-in-law.
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In a quarrel, the higher voiced person will win.
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Gossip about a person and his shadow will appear.
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Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare.
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A helpful companion is as good as a coach.
JAPANESE PROVERB
Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare.
JAPANESE PROVERB
To teach is to learn.
JAPANESE PROVERB
When the cat mourns for the mouse do not take her seriously
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A single arrow is easily broken, but not ten in a bundle
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When you buy a vase cheap, look for the flaw; when a man offers favors, look for the motive
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Even a thief takes ten years to learn his trade
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Fall seven times and stand up eight.
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Fall seven times, stand up eight.
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Tsuki ni murakumo, hana ni kaze
Clouds over the moon, a storm over blossoms
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The feet are the gateway to 10,000 illnesses.
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Duty is heavy as a mountain but
Death is lighter than a feather.
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I will master something, then the creativity will come.
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Even a thief takes ten years to learn his trade.
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An excess of courtesy is discourtesy
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Fall down seven times, get up eight.
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Don't stay long when the husband is not at home.
JAPANESE PROVERB
Art is the illusion of spontaneity.
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One kind word can warm three winter months.
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Beat your wife on the wedding day, and your married life will be happy
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The inarticulate speak longest
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The nail that sticks up gets hammered down
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When the cat mourns for the mouse do not take her seriously
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Who travels for love finds a thousand miles not longer than one.
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The inarticulate speak longest
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None of us are as smart as all of us
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Action without vision is dangerous.
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It is better to be the head of chicken than the rear end of an ox
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If man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth and beauty
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Do you need proof of God? Does one light a torch to see the sun?
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Adversity is the foundation of virtue
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Sleeping people can't fall down
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Tigers die and leave their skins; people die and leave their names
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From small beginnings come great things.
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He who walks with the lame learns how to limp.
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A dog that barks much is never a good hunter.
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No bees, no honey; no work, no money.
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The secret of life is not to do what you like, but to like what you do.
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If youth but had the knowledge and old age the strength.
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Do not protect yourself by a fence, but rather by your friends.
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The time to make friends is before you need them.
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It is prosperity that gives us friends, adversity that proves them.
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A friend is someone who doesn't like the same people you do.
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Be slow in choosing a friend, but slower in changing him.
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Necessity unites.
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The only thing we learn from new elections is we learned nothing from the old.
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The gods sell all things at a fair price.
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Nothing is more elegant than ready money!
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You can't take it with you when you go.
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After a rich man gets rich, his next ambition is to get richer.
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The wise person has long ears and a short tongue.
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Even though you know a thousand things, ask the man who knows one.
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A truth spoken before its time is dangerous.
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It is the truth that irritates a person.
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Truth fears nothing but concealment.
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The one who wills is the one who can.
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It is bad luck to fall out of a thirteenth story window on Friday.
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Now is the watchword of the wise.
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Who has a trade may go anywhere.
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Make peace with man and war with your sins.
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A silent mouth is melodious.
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When at a loss how to go on, cough.
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The less people think the more they talk.
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Speak little and to the purpose.
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God likes help when helping people.
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When we don't have what we like, we must like what we have.
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One is rated by others as he rates himself.
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Kings have many ears and eyes.
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A secret between two is God's secret, between three is all men s.
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Revenge converts a little right into a great wrong.
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Rebuke with soft words and hard arguments.
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The while we keep a man waiting, he reflects on our shortcomings.
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Short prayers reach heaven.
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Where there are no tigers, a wild cat is very self-important.
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Poverty is a wonderful thing. It sticks to a man after all his friends have forsaken him.
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A poor man is all schemes.
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One of these days, is none of these days.
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There are no greater promisers than those who have nothing to give.
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Maternity is a matter of fact, paternity is a matter of opinion.
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When fortune knocks open the door.
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People will in a great degree, and not without reason, form their opinion of you by that they have o...
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Dios tarda pero no olvida -- God delays but doesn't forget.
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Patience is the key to paradise.
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Money spent on the mind is never spent in vain.
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Nature surpasses nurture.
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When money speaks the truth is silent.
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First secure an independent income, then practice virtue.
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Marry for money, my little sonny, a rich man's joke is always funny.
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Silent men like still waters, are deep and dangerous.
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When you are right no one remembers; when you are wrong no one forgets.
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One lives in the world's memory only by what they have done in the world's behalf.
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He who lives by medical prescriptions lives miserably.
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Quackery has no friend like gullibility.
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No wonder lasts over three days.
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Choose your wife as you wish your children to be.
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A good wife and health is a mans best wealth.
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Contraries are cured by contraries.
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Where the law is uncertain there is no law.
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Fools and obstinate men make lawyers rich.
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A good lawyer is a bad neighbor.
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When a blind man bears the standard, pity those who follow.
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Towards evening the lazy person begins to get busy.
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It's good to be clever, but not to show it.
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We all end up in a single bed sooner or later.
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Better to ask a question than to remain ignorant.
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A hundred years cannot repair a moment's loss of honor.
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Ease and honor are seldom bedfellows.
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He makes his home where the living is best.
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Hygiene is two thirds of health.
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Man is harder than iron, stronger than stone and more fragile than a rose.
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A heart in love with beauty never grows old.
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Not the glittering weapon fights the fight, but rather the hero's heart.
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Good habits result from resisting temptation.
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He declares himself guilty who justifies himself before accusation.
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Every man for himself and God for us all.
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Grief is light that is capable of counsel.
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Without grace beauty is an unabated hook.
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Whoever gossips to you will gossip about you.
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In bad fortune hold out, in good hold in.
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He that is born to be hanged shall never be drowned.
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One must either be the hammer or the anvil.
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You cannot be lost on a road that is straight.
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Fire is never a gentle master
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Practice what you preach.
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Weave in faith and God will find the thread.
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Who has never tasted what is bitter does not know what is sweet.
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By bravely enduring it, an evil which cannot be avoided is overcome
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If a job's worth doing, it's worth doing well.
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An arch never sleeps.
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A friend to everybody and to nobody is the same thing.
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Doubt is the key to knowledge.
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When difficulties are overcome they begin blessing.
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Who loves well, chastises well.
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