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It is a sign of a dull nature to occupy oneself deeply in matters that concern the body; for instance, to be over much occupied ab ...
The most primitive experiences of shame are connected with sight and being seen, but it has been interestingly suggested that guil ...
Better to rely on oneself than to rely on others.
If one knows oneself and knows one's enemy, in a hundred battles one will have a hundred victories.
One must first correct oneself before correcting others.
To injure others is to injure oneself.
Hearing is not as good as seeing for oneself.
My criticisms are always simple; they are limited to one word:MOmit! Every syllable that can be struck out is pure profit, and eve ...
My verse forms are relatively traditional (traditions alter). In general they have moved away from strict classical patterns in th ...
Just across the Green from the post office is the county jail, seldom occupied except by some backwoodsman who has been intemperat ...
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