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PRELIMINARY THOUGHTS

From the book Iíve most learned
is one full of mistakes, MAN.
  
Just like wind in itís most †
highest fury canít manage to tousle a †
statue, the critic canít, even in his †
highest prejudices, alter the †
destiny of a genius. †
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What distinguishes the intelectual from †
the Great Thinker is, that one is †
an encyclopedia, the other, a book †
filled with prophecies. †
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A judge that isnít just, is the worst †
of delinquents. †
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In the doors of Mystery, †
there will always be a Thinker †
trying to knock them down. †
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The heroes are forged in †
youth, philosophers in †
old age, the fools in all †
ages. †
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The only thing which differs from a Priest †
to a politician is, their form of †
preaching lies. †
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The Great Thinker when crossing over †
history leaves a luminous †  
wake, the intelectual, however elevated †
he may seem, like the bird †
who crosses through the skies, doesnít. †
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When law is strong with the †
weak or weak with the strong, itís †  
an immorality. †
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He who has immense wings †
doesnít stop to refresh †
the height, he leaves it behind. †
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If almost the totality of humanity †
would hold on to two and two being †
seven, what could we do †
before such arbitrary truth? †
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Pride is who has †
demolished all walls †
that humility has preserved. †
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That old man that goes by †
there, is not him, is you tomorrow. †
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Whatís beautiful of doing noble †
acts is that they are paid †
immediately through †
the satisfaction. †
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Love binds more than the chain. †
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I prefer a bad man †
to a bad poet. †
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Man is the only animal †
that cries at birth, and the only, that †
is pleased with the misfortune †
of otherís. †
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Watch out for the humble man, †
like the bull, †when heís going to charge, †
is when he most bows his head. †
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Man is a Devil who believes †  
in God. †
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Whoever is born a bird from youth flies. †
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Whom clothes himself in lies is †
undressed by truth. †
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Whom thinks like others, †
like the river that doesnít leave itís †  
channel, doesnít produce rivulets. †
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Thinking more paths are opened †
than walking. †
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Every time I see a man †
with a bible underneath his arm, †
I think, either he is very good, or †
very bad, in them, there are no †
middle terms. †
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Power can corrupt †
man, never the Truth. †
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The good musician tunes with †
care, even, to play to a deaf person. †
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The thesis of evolution has †
demonstrated, that God didnít create †
Adam and Eve, but, that it was †
Adam and Eve whom created †
God. †
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When a man is †
against all thatís established, †
either heís a genius, or a fool. †
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From every thousand poets, only one is †
Poet. †
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Ideas are the reflections of the soul †
like clouds on the river, of the †
sky. †
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Man! on what is based your †
vanity? if the bird invented itís †
wings before you the wheel. †
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The good action, has †
more wings than the Prayer. †
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The only thing in which has changed †
fundamentally man †
through the ages is, in his †
dressing habits, the moral and †
spiritual habits, are the same. †
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An ignorant without fanaticisms, †
is as rare as a wise man without doubts. †
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Whom doesnít renounce †
fear, renounces success. †  
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Itís in the name of liberty that has been †
made, the biggest number of slaves. †
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Fear the men who †
speak even when they arenít †  
asked. †
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There are many kinds of thinkers, †
but, only one, is THINKER. †
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When a poet makes three †  
good poems and a hundred bad, itís, †
because heís only, a three percent †
of Poet. †
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All the good has been made by God, †
all the bad by the Devil, all †
thatís foolish by man. †
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Sadness isnít so sad, †
it produces verses. †
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A man with great ideas, is †
one of few friends, from the †  
volcanoes in eruption, all flee. †
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Always superior is a writer †
with lack of orthography , than one, †
with lack of imagination. †
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Iím pleased more watching my †
enemies making a fool of themselves, than †
suffering. †
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In every seed there is a forest. †
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The Poet receives itís wings †
in the uterus of itís mother. †
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The trees are the prettiest †  
monuments of Nature, †
whom destroys a tree, mutilates †
the homeland. †
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The jealous are sick, †
therefore, they donít hate themself, †
on the contrary, they claim love. †
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Recognizing their error is the first †
virtue of the great men and the †
last of the small ones. †
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Iíve never had a bad friend, those †
who havenít given me have taught me. †
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If you think you will never cry,
prepare yourself, because never †
is tomorrow. †
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He is not more patriotic whom loves †
the land he was born in, than whom †
loves the one where he lives. †
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The worst friend is whom †
never contradicts you. †
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The only thing more deplorable than a man without education, †  
is one without honor. †
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Whom enjoys otherís failure, †
is because he knows himself without the possibility †
to triumph. †
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If it werenít for pride, arrogance †
and a little bit of vanity, man †
would never be what he is today. †
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Ignoramus
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