I like the dreams of the future than past history.
(Thomas Jefferson)

Life is a tragedy for those who feel and a comedy for those who think
(La Bruyère, Jean de)

The just man is not he who does not commit any injustice, if it can not be unfair not to be
(Menander)

The probeza not come by the decline in wealth, but by the multiplication of desires
(Plato)

The friend has to be like the money, before you need it, we know the value
(Socrates)

Time is too slow for those who wait, too fast for those who fear, too long for those who grieve, too short for those who celebrate but for those who love, time is eternal.

In your struggle against the rest of the world, I advise you to put on the side of the world.
(Franz Kafka)

The man who has lived most is not the one that has served more years, but the one that has experienced life
(Rousseau, Jean Jacques)

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