a burden of one’s own choice is not felt

Aphorism #9.
“a burden of one’s own choice is not felt”
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a broken friendship may be soldered but will never be sound
a burnt child dreads the fire
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a loveless life is a living death

Aphorism #41.
“a loveless life is a living death”
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a loaded wagon makes no noise
a man can die but once
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a wise man thinks all that he says; a fool says all that he thinks

Aphorism #73.
“a wise man thinks all that he says; a fool says all that he thinks”
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a wise man cares not for he cannot have
a young idler, an old beggar
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an apple a day keeps the doctor away

Aphorism #105.
“an apple a day keeps the doctor away”
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among the blind, the one eyed man is king
an empty purse frightens away friends
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back door influence

Aphorism #137.
“back door influence”
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avarice blinds our eyes
bad news travels fast
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birds of a feather flock together

Aphorism #170.
“birds of a feather flock together”
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birds in their little nest agree
bite off no more than one can chew
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cry out wine and sell vinegar

Aphorism #202.
“cry out wine and sell vinegar”
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crime doesn’t pay
cut your clothe according to your cloth
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don’t kick against the pricks

Aphorism #234.
“don’t kick against the pricks”
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don’t hide your light under a brouser
don’t make yourself a mouse or the cat will eat you
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every man for himself

Aphorism #266.
“every man for himself”
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every float has its ebb
every man for himself an the devil takes the hindmost
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fine work butters no parsnips

Aphorism #298.
“fine work butters no parsnips”
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fine words dress ill deeds
first come, first served
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