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A silent mouth is musical.
A constant guest is never welcome.
Death is a poor man's best physician.
Have a mouth of ivy and a heart of holly.
No heat like that of shame.
How many mourn the want of possessions; yet the strong, the brave, and the rich,
all go to the grave at last; like the poor, and the emaciated, and the infant.
If the head cannot bear the glory of the crown, better be without it.
Conversation is the cure for every sorrow. Even contention is better than loneliness.
Have sense, patience, and self-restraint, and no mischief will come.
Reputation is more enduring than life.
Associate with the nobles, but be not cold to the poor and lowly.
The peacemaker is never in the way.
A short visit is best, and that not too often,
even to the house of a friend.
True greatness knows gentleness.
Good fortune often abides with a fool.
The tree remains, but not the hand that planted it.
The lake is not encumbered by the swan; nor the steed by the bridle;
nor the sheep by the wool; nor the man by the soul that is in him.
No sorrow like the loss of friends.
Face the sun, but turn your back to the storm.
A meeting in the sun is lucky, and a burying in the rain.
A man with loud talk makes truth itself seem folly.
Better April showers than the breadth of the ocean in gold.
No pain like that of refusal.
Falling is easier than rising.
It is difficult to soothe the proud.
There is no joy without affliction.
Idleness is a fool's desire.
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