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To have died once is enough.
-- Publius Vergilius Maro (Virgil)
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To lead people, you must follow behind.
-- Lao Tsu
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Truth has no special time of its own. Its hour is now -- always.
-- Albert Schweitzer
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Truth is hard to find and harder to obscure.
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Truth never comes into the world but like a bastard, to the ignominy
of him that brought her birth.
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Two men came before Nasrudin when he was magistrate. The first man said,
"This man has bitten my ear -- I demand compensation." The second man said,
"He bit it himself." Nasrudin withdrew to his chambers, and spent an hour
trying to bite his own ear. He succeeded only in falling over and bruising
his forehead. Returning to the courtroom, Nasrudin pronounced, "Examine the
man whose ear was bitten. If his forehead is bruised, he did it himself and
the case is dismissed. If his forehead is not bruised, the other man did it
and must pay three silver pieces."
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Two men were sitting over coffee, contemplating the nature of things,
with all due respect for their breakfast. "I wonder why it is that
toast always falls on the buttered side," said one.
"Tell me," replied his friend, "why you say such a thing. Look
at this." And he dropped his toast on the floor, where it landed on the
"So, what have you to say for your theory now?"
"What am I to say? You obviously buttered the wrong side."
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Waste not fresh tears over old griefs.
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We can embody the truth, but we cannot know it.
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We have nowhere else to go... this is all we have.
-- Margaret Mead