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1. Wood already touched by fire is not hard to set alight.
2. The moon lightens well but leaves certain areas in the dark.
3. No one knows if a bird in flight has an egg in its stomach.
4. The corpse of a bird does not decompose in flight, but on the ground.
5. He who takes a light to find a snake should start at his own feet.
6. The fuel in the lamp consumes itself but lights others.
7. A marketplace is not the pace for a husband and wife to argue. However long the night may last, there will be a morning. Daylight follows a dark night.
8. The laughter of a child is the light of a house.
9. A moonlight has a bottom.
10. Despite the beauty of the moon, sun and the stars, the sky also has a threatening thunder and striking lightening.
11. It's better to light a candle than curse the darkness.
12. It's the big birds that teach the young ones to flight.
13. Some birds are not meant to be caged there feathers are to blight and there meant to fly.
14. The blight ness of the moon can only be experienced in total darkness.
15. The eye cannot bear loads yet it can tell heavy objects from light ones.
16. The light of a thousand stars doesn't equal the light of the moon.
17. The radiate sun reflections and lightening cannot make a blind person see.
18. Truth and morning become light with time.
19. Whenever lightening strikes, everyone runs to cover his or her own head.
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