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We look for good on earth and cannot recognize it when met.
Good and bad may not be dissevered; There is, as there should be, a commingling.
Out of some little thing, too free a tongue Can make an outrageous wrangle.
Only one in command: that's the way in the home And the way in the state when it must find Measures best for mankind.
Greatness brings no profit to people. God indeed, when in anger, brings greater ruin to great mens houses.
Of mortals there is no one who is happy If wealth flows in upon one, one may be perhaps Luckier than one's neighbor, but still not happy.
There is no sorrow above The loss of a native land.
Who cannot open an honest mind No friend will he be of mine.
High honors are sweet To a man's heart, but ever They stand close to the brink of grief.
Ten thousand men possess ten thousand hopes. -A few bear fruit in happiness; the others go awry.
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