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A donkey that carries me is worth more than a horse that kicks me.
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Once you have locked your door you are the emperor in your own domain.
There are men who walk through the woods and see no trees.
The distance between heaven and earth is no greater than one thought.
Men and women sleep on the same pillow, but they have different dreams.
Greed keeps men forever poor, even the abundance of this world will not make them rich.
He who drinks, dies; he who does not drink, dies as well.
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