When hunger is appeased we can preach the merits of fasting.
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Grieve not for that which is irreparably lost.
Losses make us more cautious.
He who oweth is all in the wrong.
Mules help to scratch each other. [The bad commend each other.]
Hercules himself could not cope with two assailants.
It's a well-known fact, dirt stinks more when stirred.
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Men and women sleep on the same pillow, but they have different dreams.
No quarrel with silence no qualms with vigilance.
The young magpie that pulls feathers out of his mother thinks that he is showing gratitude in that way.