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Clowns

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  • 1. Turn on your speakers and DON’T use your mouse – Automatic
  • 2. Proverb: He who fails to understand a look will not be able to understand a long explanation.
  • 3. Proverb: If you fall seven times, get up eight times.
  • 4. Proverb: Patience is a tree with bitter roots and sweet fruit . .
  • 5. Proverb: What good is it to run when you are going down the wrong path?
  • 6. Proverb: When you are overwhelmed with happiness, don’t make any promises. When you are overcome with anger, don’t answer any letters.
  • 7. Proverb: When you speak, try to make your words better than silence.
  • 8. Proverb: A wise man could sit on an anthill, but only a stupid man would stay there.
  • 9. Proverb: Pining about the past is like chasing the wind.
  • 10. Proverb: Once the cart has broken, everyone will tell you where the potholes are.
  • 11. Proverb: If you are patient during a moment of anger, you will avoid a hundred days of sadness.
  • 12. Napoleon I : The line is very fine indeed between the sublime and the ridiculous.
  • 13. Oscar Wilde : Questions are never indiscreet, answers sometimes are.
  • 14. Alessandro Manzoni: It is worse to wallow in our errors than to agitate ourselves with questions.
  • 15. Werner Karl Heisenberg Ideas are not responsible for what men do with them.
  • 16. François Fénelon: Run away from flattery, but try to deserve it.
  • 17. James Russell Lowell: If youth be a defect, it is one that we outgrow only too soon
  • 18. Antoine de Saint-Exupery The entire world will make way for a man who knows where he is going.
  • 19. Mahatma Gandhi: “ We must always seek to ally ourselves with that part of the enemy that knows what is right”
  • 20. Robert Green Ingersoll: In nature there are neither rewards nor punishments. There are consequences.
  • 21. Marcel Jouhandeau: Since nothing is more precious than time, there is no greater generosity than giving it away.
  • 22. Harold MacMillan: The past should be used as a trampoline and not as a couch.
  • 23. Good Day
  • 24. [email_address]

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