The dearest child of all is the dead one.
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A fair-weather friend changes with the wind.
To a hard knot a hard wedge.
The fertile field becomes sterile without rest.
Eating sets the head to rights.
With a staircase before you, you look for a rope to go down by.
Dance to the tune that is played.
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