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Johann Gottfried Herder

"A fool always accuses other people; a partially wise man, himself; a wholly wise man, neither himself nor others."

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"A fool when he is silent is counted wise."

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"A good laugh is sunshine in a house."

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victor hugo

"A fixed idea ends in madness or heroism."

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"A friend is never known till needed."

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"A fool knows more in his own house than a wise man in another's."

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Aristotle

"A brave man is clear in his discourse, and keeps close to truth."

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"A good road and a wise traveler are two different things."

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jonathan edwards

"Absolute nothing is the aggregate of all the contradiction of the world."

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Benjamin Disraeli

"A great man is one who affects the mind of his generation."

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schiller

"What you think belongs to all; only what you feel is your own."

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Benjamin Disraeli

"A consistent man believes in his destiny and inconsistent man in chance. "

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francis bacon

"A crowd is not company."

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Charles Dickens

"A day wasted on others is not wasted on ones's self."

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"A good man shall be satisfied from himself."

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"A hundred years cannot repair a moment's loss of honor."

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"A fool may make money, but it takes a wise man to spend it."

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