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Proverbs: Rebuttals
by roy andrea crabtree

Tuesday, August 28, 2007
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How we used to make sense instead of dollar$.

Judge not a horse by his saddle.


      Somebody else tanned that leather.


      (It's a yoke, son, it's a yoke)


A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.


    Or a single mount; or a single sail.


You have better be ready to change your mind when needed or your mind will change you.


    Had.


Home is aplace to grow up wanting toleave, and grow old wanting to get back to.


     I decided never to grow up. Or old.


You must have chaos in you to give birth to a dancing star.


    Is that how you plan it?


Words and eggs must be handled with care.  Once broken, they are impossible things to repair.


    They can be scrambled, at times.  With cheese and onions.


difficulties are meant to rouse, not discourage.  The human spirit is to grow strong by conflict.


    feel free, fools for friends: fight foolishly.


 

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Reviewed by George Carroll 8/28/2007
Nice philosophical readings. You're never to old to gain wisdom, once you admit you're not so bright.
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