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1. Don't break your shin on a stool that is not in your way.
2. Give away all you like, but keep your bills and your temper.
3. If you dig a grave for others, you might fall into it yourself.
4. It's no use carrying an umbrella if your shoes are leaking.
5. A true friend laughs at your stories even when they're not so good, and sympathizes with your troubles even when they're not so bad.
6. It's no use boiling your cabbage twice.
7. Never bolt your door with a boiled carrot.
8. Never burn your fingers to snuff another man's candle.
9. Never buy through your ears but through your eyes.
10. There's no need to fear the wind if your haystacks are tied down.
11. You must cut your coat according to your cloth.
12. You'll never plow a field by turning it over in your mind.
13. Your son is your son until he marries, but your daughter is your daughter until you die.
14. make your hay before the fine weather leaves you.
15. Don't count your chickens before they are hatched.
16. Keep your tongue in your jaw and your tow in your pump.
17. Don't tell your complaint to one who has no pity.
18. As you see yourself, I once saw myself; as you see me now, you will be seen.
19. Don't cut your cactus in a neighbor's garden.
20. It is better to be a coward for a minute than dead for the rest of your life.
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