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1.

Knowledge is power.

  The greater our expertise, the more influential we are.

  It is useless taking precautions after something has happened.

  A person's character, especially bad nature, will always remain the same.

  It is easy to take advantage of others in their difficult times.

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2.

Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and you weep alone.

  Life would be very easy if goals could be achieved only by desiring.

  Every calamity that occurs is of advantage to someone or the other.

  There are many to share the joys in good times but none to share the sorrow in bad times.

  There is no value lamenting that which cannot be undone.

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3.

It is too late to lock the stable when the horse has been stolen.

  It is useless taking precautions after something has happened.

  A person's character, especially bad nature, will always remain the same.

  There are many to share the joys in good times but none to share the sorrow in bad times.

  It is wise to not disturb some things and call for unnecessary trouble.

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4.

Hunger is the best sauce.

  Life would be very easy if goals could be achieved only by desiring.

  There is no value lamenting that which cannot be undone.

  Be satisfied with whatever you get little at a time, and do not lose it for the greed to get it all at once.

  When one has an appetite, even plain food tastes good.

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5.

Let sleeping dogs lie.

  It is wise to not disturb some things and call for unnecessary trouble.

  Life would be very easy if goals could be achieved only by desiring.

  One cannot be gloomy all the time.

  It is always possible to improve one's conduct, no matter how long one has lead a morally bad life.

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6.

It is no use crying over spilt milk.

  Be satisfied with whatever you get little at a time, and do not lose it for the greed to get it all at once.

  It is useless taking precautions after something has happened.

  One cannot be gloomy all the time.

  There is no value lamenting that which cannot be undone.

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7.

If two men ride on a horse, one must ride behind.

  A person's character, especially bad nature, will always remain the same.

  It is easy to take advantage of others in their difficult times.

  There can only be a single leader in any enterprise.

  One cannot be gloomy all the time.

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