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Life, All, and You: Nothing at all is to be valued, but life should be sweet. You should not serve things; things should serve you.
Life, All, and You: Nothing at all is to be valued, but life should be sweet. You should not serve things; things should serve you.

Nothing at all is to be valued, but life should be sweet. You should not serve things; things should serve you.

Conservative Memes: ปั้นน้ำเป็นตัว...คนเก่งเท่านั้นที่จะปั้นน้ำเป็นตัวได้ -ทมยันตี-
Conservative Memes: ปั้นน้ำเป็นตัว...คนเก่งเท่านั้นที่จะปั้นน้ำเป็นตัวได้ -ทมยันตี-

ปั้นน้ำเป็นตัว...คนเก่งเท่านั้นที่จะปั้นน้ำเป็นตัวได้ -ทมยันตี-

Advice, Ignorant, and Single: Take advice from the ignorant as well as from the wise, since there is no single person who embodies perfection nor any craftsman who has reached the limits of excellence.
Advice, Ignorant, and Single: Take advice from the ignorant as well as from the wise, since there is no single person who embodies perfection nor any craftsman who has reached the limits of excellence.

Take advice from the ignorant as well as from the wise, since there is no single person who embodies perfection nor any craftsman who has re...

Pop, Supra, and Sed: [...] Popæus Sabinus [...] maximisque provinciis per quatuor et viginti annos impositus; nullam ob eximiam artem , sed quod par negotiis , neque supra erat.
Pop, Supra, and Sed: [...] Popæus Sabinus [...] maximisque provinciis per quatuor et viginti annos impositus; nullam ob eximiam artem , sed quod par negotiis , neque supra erat.

[...] Popæus Sabinus [...] maximisque provinciis per quatuor et viginti annos impositus; nullam ob eximiam artem , sed quod par negotiis , n...

Truth, Who, and One: Truth often harms the one who digs it up.
Truth, Who, and One: Truth often harms the one who digs it up.

Truth often harms the one who digs it up.

Change, Name, and Why: Quid rides? Mutato nomine et de te fabula narrator. [Why do you laugh ? Change only the name and this story is about you.]
Change, Name, and Why: Quid rides? Mutato nomine et de te fabula narrator. [Why do you laugh ? Change only the name and this story is about you.]

Quid rides? Mutato nomine et de te fabula narrator. [Why do you laugh ? Change only the name and this story is about you.]

Love, Hatred, and Woman: Poor woman, do you want to know where hatred ends? Look to love.
Love, Hatred, and Woman: Poor woman, do you want to know where hatred ends? Look to love.

Poor woman, do you want to know where hatred ends? Look to love.

Time, Too Short, and For: No time is too short for criminals to do wrong.
Time, Too Short, and For: No time is too short for criminals to do wrong.

No time is too short for criminals to do wrong.

Arrogant, Power, and Ruler: When arrogant hands once seize power, the ruler thinks authority resides in stubbornness.
Arrogant, Power, and Ruler: When arrogant hands once seize power, the ruler thinks authority resides in stubbornness.

When arrogant hands once seize power, the ruler thinks authority resides in stubbornness.

Hearts, Breath of Wind, and Wind: No delicate breeze brings comfort with icy breath of wind to the hearts which pant on the flames.
Hearts, Breath of Wind, and Wind: No delicate breeze brings comfort with icy breath of wind to the hearts which pant on the flames.

No delicate breeze brings comfort with icy breath of wind to the hearts which pant on the flames.

Kings, They, and Order: Kings hate to hear the things they order spoken.
Kings, They, and Order: Kings hate to hear the things they order spoken.

Kings hate to hear the things they order spoken.

Never, Act, and Last: Kingdoms which act unjustly never last.
Never, Act, and Last: Kingdoms which act unjustly never last.

Kingdoms which act unjustly never last.

Despair, Hope, and Who: The one who knows no hope knows no despair.
Despair, Hope, and Who: The one who knows no hope knows no despair.

The one who knows no hope knows no despair.

Crime, Life, and Death: Theseus: What is the crime for which you must pay by death? Phaedra: My life.
Crime, Life, and Death: Theseus: What is the crime for which you must pay by death? Phaedra: My life.

Theseus: What is the crime for which you must pay by death? Phaedra: My life.

Living, How, and One: How late it is to begin living only when one must stop!
Living, How, and One: How late it is to begin living only when one must stop!

How late it is to begin living only when one must stop!

Time, Change, and Happiness: In times of happiness, no point in shaking things up. But in a time of crisis, the safest thing is change.
Time, Change, and Happiness: In times of happiness, no point in shaking things up. But in a time of crisis, the safest thing is change.

In times of happiness, no point in shaking things up. But in a time of crisis, the safest thing is change.

Crime, Did, and You: If you gain from a crime, you did it.
Crime, Did, and You: If you gain from a crime, you did it.

If you gain from a crime, you did it.

Pinnacle, One, and Think: I think the pinnacle of misfortune is to be forced by chance to want things one should loathe.
Pinnacle, One, and Think: I think the pinnacle of misfortune is to be forced by chance to want things one should loathe.

I think the pinnacle of misfortune is to be forced by chance to want things one should loathe.

Crime, Family, and More: A family formed by crime must be broken by more crime.
Crime, Family, and More: A family formed by crime must be broken by more crime.

A family formed by crime must be broken by more crime.

Never, Secret, and You: If you want to keep a secret, never share it.
Never, Secret, and You: If you want to keep a secret, never share it.

If you want to keep a secret, never share it.

Tears, Worst, and Their: When things are at their worst, there are no tears.
Tears, Worst, and Their: When things are at their worst, there are no tears.

When things are at their worst, there are no tears.

Sincerely, Wanted, and One: One cannot sincerely weep over getting what one wanted.
Sincerely, Wanted, and One: One cannot sincerely weep over getting what one wanted.

One cannot sincerely weep over getting what one wanted.

Who, One, and Man: A man who makes a decision without listening to both sides is unjust, even if his ruling is a fair one.
Who, One, and Man: A man who makes a decision without listening to both sides is unjust, even if his ruling is a fair one.

A man who makes a decision without listening to both sides is unjust, even if his ruling is a fair one.

Quiet, Moderation, and Peace: The surest way for those who want to rule is praising moderation, talking of peace and quiet.
Quiet, Moderation, and Peace: The surest way for those who want to rule is praising moderation, talking of peace and quiet.

The surest way for those who want to rule is praising moderation, talking of peace and quiet.

Can, All, and You: Not all men are wounded in the same place; and so you ought to know what part of you is weak, so you can give it the most protection.
Can, All, and You: Not all men are wounded in the same place; and so you ought to know what part of you is weak, so you can give it the most protection.

Not all men are wounded in the same place; and so you ought to know what part of you is weak, so you can give it the most protection.

God, Good, and Person: In every good person, there lives a god. Which god? We cannot be sure - but it is a god.
God, Good, and Person: In every good person, there lives a god. Which god? We cannot be sure - but it is a god.

In every good person, there lives a god. Which god? We cannot be sure - but it is a god.

Que, Tao, and Teto: Saiba que um teto de palha abriga o homem tão bem quanto o de ouro.
Que, Tao, and Teto: Saiba que um teto de palha abriga o homem tão bem quanto o de ouro.

Saiba que um teto de palha abriga o homem tão bem quanto o de ouro.

Control, Time, and One: Men are tight-fisted in keeping control of their fortunes, but when it comes to the matter of wasting time, they are positively extravagant in the one area where there is honour in being miserly.
Control, Time, and One: Men are tight-fisted in keeping control of their fortunes, but when it comes to the matter of wasting time, they are positively extravagant in the one area where there is honour in being miserly.

Men are tight-fisted in keeping control of their fortunes, but when it comes to the matter of wasting time, they are positively extravagant ...

Mind, Peace, and Been: The man who tries to find out what has been said against him, who seeks to unearth spiteful gossip, even when engaged in privately, is destroying his own peace of mind.
Mind, Peace, and Been: The man who tries to find out what has been said against him, who seeks to unearth spiteful gossip, even when engaged in privately, is destroying his own peace of mind.

The man who tries to find out what has been said against him, who seeks to unearth spiteful gossip, even when engaged in privately, is destr...

Conservative Memes: قال رسول الله ان الله لا يتقبل من العمل الا ما كان له خالصا وابتغى به وجهه
Conservative Memes: قال رسول الله ان الله لا يتقبل من العمل الا ما كان له خالصا وابتغى به وجهه

قال رسول الله ان الله لا يتقبل من العمل الا ما كان له خالصا وابتغى به وجهه

Alive, Death, and Never: The man who fears death will never do anything worthy of a man who is alive.
Alive, Death, and Never: The man who fears death will never do anything worthy of a man who is alive.

The man who fears death will never do anything worthy of a man who is alive.

Fear, All, and You: If you wish to fear nothing, consider that all things are to be feared.
Fear, All, and You: If you wish to fear nothing, consider that all things are to be feared.

If you wish to fear nothing, consider that all things are to be feared.

Life, Spirit, and Human: We must, therefore, take a less serious view of all things, tolerating them in a spirit of acceptance: It is more human to laugh at life than to weep tears over it.
Life, Spirit, and Human: We must, therefore, take a less serious view of all things, tolerating them in a spirit of acceptance: It is more human to laugh at life than to weep tears over it.

We must, therefore, take a less serious view of all things, tolerating them in a spirit of acceptance: It is more human to laugh at life tha...

Mind, Find, and No: No condition is so distressing that a balanced mind cannot find some comfort in it.
Mind, Find, and  No: No condition is so distressing that a balanced mind cannot find some comfort in it.

No condition is so distressing that a balanced mind cannot find some comfort in it.

Nature, Greed, and Satisfaction: Greed is satisfied by nothing, but nature finds satisfaction even in scant measure.
Nature, Greed, and Satisfaction: Greed is satisfied by nothing, but nature finds satisfaction even in scant measure.

Greed is satisfied by nothing, but nature finds satisfaction even in scant measure.

Only One, One, and For: There is only one relief for great sufferings, and that is to endure and surrender to their compulsion.
Only One, One, and For: There is only one relief for great sufferings, and that is to endure and surrender to their compulsion.

There is only one relief for great sufferings, and that is to endure and surrender to their compulsion.

Pity, How, and Who: It is shameful to hate a person who deserves your praises; but how much more shameful it is to hate someone for the very cause that makes him deserve your pity.
Pity, How, and Who: It is shameful to hate a person who deserves your praises; but how much more shameful it is to hate someone for the very cause that makes him deserve your pity.

It is shameful to hate a person who deserves your praises; but how much more shameful it is to hate someone for the very cause that makes hi...

Good, Grow, and May: A man should therefore grow accustomed to his state and complain about it as little as possible, seizing upon whatever good it may have.
Good, Grow, and May: A man should therefore grow accustomed to his state and complain about it as little as possible, seizing upon whatever good it may have.

A man should therefore grow accustomed to his state and complain about it as little as possible, seizing upon whatever good it may have.

How, You, and What: It is not what you endure that matters, but how you endure it.
How, You, and What: It is not what you endure that matters, but how you endure it.

It is not what you endure that matters, but how you endure it.