Punchy Proverbs of the Week

Punchy Proverbs of the Week:

Ambition is good—when not possessed by the ignorant; for then you have determined idiots.

Impatience prolongs the task at hand; patience makes sure it never gets done.

Work is not the death of freedom; negligence is.

Vanity merely gives a hedonistic and ignorant society something vain to dote upon.

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