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1. Eat according to the limits of your provisions; walk according to the length of your step.
2. One good punch on your enemy's nose, gives more pleasure than hearing well-meaning advice from your elders.
3. An elephant has enormous dung -- don't try to defecate like an elephant. Don't try to wipe someone else's ass if yours is unwiped.
4. Don't trust a hungry man to watch your rice.
5. If your inner mind isn't deceived, your outer actions won't be wrong.
6. Landing a single punch on your enemies nose is more satisfying than hearing well-intentioned advice from your elders.
7. If I tell you my dream, you might forget it. If I act on my dream, perhaps you will remember it, but if I involve you, it becomes your dream too.
8. It is easy to see the fly on the other person's nose, while ignoring the horse on your own.
9. Don't notice the tiny flea in the other person's hair and overlook the lumbering yak on your own nose.
10. Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.
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