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It's not enough to know how to ride - one must also know how to fall.

Conversation is food for the soul.

I never ask God to give me anything; I only ask him to put me where things are.

It is not the fault of the mouse but of the one who offers him the cheese.

He who divides and shares is left with the best share.

One must learn how to lose before learning how to play.

The house does not rest upon the ground, but upon a woman.

A good resolution is like an old horse, which is often saddled but rarely ridden.

He who doesn't look ahead remains behind.

As you see yourself, I once saw myself; as you see me now, you will be seen.

Love is blind - but not the neighbors.

We were born to die anyhow.

He who does not venture has no luck.

Do good and don't worry to whom.