Poor Richard once said

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1 Poor Richard once said, 1. If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write things worth reading, or do things worth the writing. 2. A fine genius is his own country, is like gold in the mine. 3. Think of three Things, whence you came, where you are going, and to whom you must account. 4. The doors of Wisdom are never shut. 5. He that hath a Trade, hath an Estate. 6. By diligence and patience, the mouse bit in two the cable. 7. To lengthen thy Life, lessen thy Meals. 8. Would you persuade, speak of Interest, not of Reason. 9. If you ride a Horse, sit close and tight, If you ride a man, sit easy and light. 10. “He’s a Fool that makes his Doctor his Heir.” 11. You may delay, but Time will not. 12. He is ill- cloth’d who is bare of Virtue.” 13. Fools ma ke feasts and wise men eat ‘em.” 14. The favor of the Great is no inheritance. 15. In success be moderate. 16. He that lies down with Dogs, shall rise up with fleas. 17. Eat to live, and not live to eat. 18. Great Talkers, little Doers. 19. Promises may get thee Friends, but Nonperformance will turn them into Enemies. 20. Beware of little Expenses, a small Leak will sink a great Ship. 21.
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