Misfortunes are, in morals, what bitters are in medicine: each is at first disagreeable; but as the bitters act as corroborants to the stomach, so adversity chastens and ameliorates the disposition
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Young people tell what they are doing, old people what they have done and fools...
A good lawyer is a bad neighbor
Liars need good memories
Ready money works great cures.
A good hater; a good lover
In water one sees one's own face; But in wine one beholds the heart of...
The first half of life is spent in longing for the second - the second...
Fashion is a tyrant from which there is no deliverance; all must conform to its...
There is no perfect marriage, for there are no perfect men
Nothing exists without music, for the universe itself is said to have been framed by...
He that parts with his property before his death prepares himself for much suffering.
God is on the side of the strongest battalions
When we cannot get what we love, we must love what is within our reach
No one is so generous as he who has nothing to give
There is no pillow so soft as a clear conscience
An honest man is hurt by praise unjustly bestowed
It is only the tree loaded with fruit that the people throw stones at
It is a wise man who lives with money in the bank, it is a...
And Jehoiakim gave the silver and the gold to Pharaoh; but he taxed the land...
I've never done anything for money. My first love is things of limited commercial appeal....