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He is miserable once, who feels it; but twice, who fear it before it comes.

He is not a good mason who refuses any stone.

He is not a man who cannot say no.

He is not a thorough wise man who cannot play the fool on occasion.

He is not a wise man who cannot play the fool on occasions.

He is not an honest man who has burned his tongue and does not tell the company that the soup is hot.

He is not free who drags his chain after him.

He is not happy who knows it not.

He is not poor that hath not much, but he that craves much.

He is rich enough who does not want.

He is the world's master who despises it, its slave who prizes it.

He is very blind who cannot see the sun.

He is washing the crow.

He is well constituted who grieves not for what he has not, and rejoices for what he has.

He is wise who learns at another's cost.

He knows well where the thorn pricks him.

He knows where the devil carries his tail.

He knows where the devil has his tail.

He laughs well who laughs last.

He loves well who does not forget.

He may lie safely who comes from afar.

He measures others with his own yard.

He must stoop that has a low door.

He ought not to complain of the sea who returns to it a second time.

He runs far who never turns.