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I would rather the worst debtor were indebted to me than I to the best of creditors.
It is easier to make outrageous demands of others than the simplest of yourself.
If a man does not make himself a slave of the soil,
he will not have bread enough.
The victims of gold are countless.
A golden key opens all gates.
Attractive goods will be sold in no time.
By the sweat of your brow shall you get bread to eat.
If you eat the fruit of the labor of your hands,
you will be happy and prosperous.
The lazy are generally the busiest people in the world.
To earn a living is as hard as the parting of the Red Sea.
Just as the world cannot exist without livelihood,
so it cannot be without miracles and wonders.
Money drives its owner frantic.
Who loves money will never be content with it.
Who has the cash in his hand has the upper hand.
Who wishes to become wise should study monetary laws.
A man is more concerned about the loss of his money than of his days;
yet his money does not help and his days will never return.
If you have the money, your opinion is accepted.
Money attracts money.
When does a man begin to feel that old age seized him? When he suddenly sees a new generation that conquers the field of labor and does the work differently from his practice.
When partners multiply, so do arguments.
In for a penny, in for a pound.
Like the partridge that gathers a brood she did not hatch is the man that amasses wealth but not of right.
He piles up riches and knows not who will gather them.
Riches profit naught in the day of wrath.
Who trusts in his riches shall fall.