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We lose the certain things, while we seek the uncertain ones.

We must live as we can, not as we would wish.

We must not expect everything, everywhere, and from everybody.

We need not friends if Providence smiles on us.

We never profit by the gifts of the wicked.

We pardon faults in youth.

We pay when old for the excesses of youth.

We perish by permitted things.

We receive nothing with so much reluctance as advice.

We shall never be younger.

We should eat to live, not live to eat.

We should trust more to our eyesight than to our ears.

We sow the wind, and reap the whirlwind.

We trust what we see rather than what we hear.

Wealth is protected and poverty is assisted by concord.

Wealth lightens not the heart and care of man.

Wealth makes worship.

Wealth not acquired by our own labours, but inherited.

Wealth, like an index, reveals the character of men.

Wear not boots too big for your feet.

Wear not out your welcome.

What does the tortoise care for flies?

What everybody says must be true.

What harm is there in making a trial?

What has benefited one has destroyed others.