constant dripping wears away the stone

Aphorism #198.
“constant dripping wears away the stone”
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conscience does makes coward of us all
constant occupation prevents temptation
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don’t cut the bouth you are standing on

Aphorism #230.
“don’t cut the bouth you are standing on”
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don’t cry before you are hurt
don’t empty the baby out with the bath water
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every cook praises his own broth

Aphorism #262.
“every cook praises his own broth”
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every cloud has it silver lining
every dog has its day
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find the keepers, lose the seekers

Aphorism #294.
“find the keepers, lose the seekers”
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faults are thick while love is thin
fine feathers makes fine birds
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grace will last , beauty will blast

Aphorism #327.
“grace will last , beauty will blast”
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gossiping and lying go hand in hand
grasp all, lose all
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he that is ill to himself will not be good to everybody

Aphorism #359.
“he that is ill to himself will not be good to everybody”
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he that is full of himself is very empty
he that is the master of himself will soon be the master of others
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honesty is the best policy

Aphorism #391.
“honesty is the best policy”
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home is where the heart is
honey catches more flies than vinegar
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if you marry, there is a house wherein to tarry

Aphorism #423.
“if you marry, there is a house wherein to tarry”
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if you have no hand, you can not make a fist
if you run after two hares you will get neither
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it is hard to wife and thrive both in a year

Aphorism #456.
“it is hard to wife and thrive both in a year”
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it is good to have company in trouble
it is loss labour to sow where there is no soil
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just not that yee be not judged

Aphorism #488.
“just not that yee be not judged”
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joy and sorrow are next-door neighbors
justice delayed is justice denied
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