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In fair weather prepare for foul.

    Topics: Life

Today is yesterday's pupil.

    Topics: Life

We are born crying, live complaining, and die disappointed.

    Topics: Life, Disappointment

Nature teaches us to love our friends, but religion our enemies.

    Topics: Love, Friendship, Enemies

The affections, like conscience, are rather to be led than driven. Those who many where they do not love, will be likely to love where they do not marry.

    Topics: Love

Love, the itch, and a cough cannot be hid.

    Topics: Love

There is more pleasure in loving than in being beloved.

    Topics: Love

Our eyes, when gazing on sinful objects, are out of their calling, and out of God's keeping.

    Topics: Lust

Hold not conference, debate, or reasoning with any lust; 'tis but a preparatory for thy admission of it. The way is at the very first flatly to deny it.

    Topics: Lust

A willful falsehood told is a cripple, not able to stand by itself without another to support it. It is easy to tell a lie, but hard to tell only one lie.

    Topics: Lying

"They say so" is half a lie.

    Topics: Lying

A lie has no leg, but a scandal has wings.

    Topics: Lying

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