Look for a long time at what pleases you and a longer time at what pains you.

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Jealousy is not at all low but it catches us humbled and bowed down at first sight.

Jealousy is not at all low, but it catches us humbled and bowed down at first sight.

A woman who thinks she is intelligent demands the same rights as man. An intelligent woman gives up

A woman who thinks she is intelligent demands the same rights as man. An intelligent woman gives up.

I love my past I love my present. I am not ashamed of what I have had and I am not sad because I no

I love my past, I love my present. I am not ashamed of what I have had, and I am not sad because I no longer have it.

The lovesick the betrayed and the jealous all smell alike.

The lovesick, the betrayed and the jealous all smell alike.

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