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"A fool has his heart in his mouth, while a wise man has his mouth in his heart."  Dåren har hjärtat i munnen men den vise har munnen i hjärtat. –Swedish Proverb

"A fool has his heart in his mouth, while a wise man has his mouth in his heart." Dåren har hjärtat i munnen men den vise har munnen i hjärtat. –Swedish Proverb

“Getting up early won’t make the sun rise.”  No por madrugar amanece mas temprano.     — Mexican Proverb www.CulturalDetective.com

“Getting up early won’t make the sun rise.” No por madrugar amanece mas temprano. — Mexican Proverb www.CulturalDetective.com

“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”     — Matsuo Basho,  Japanese poet  From CD The Return  www.CulturalDetective.com

“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.” — Matsuo Basho, Japanese poet From CD The Return www.CulturalDetective.com

Feauty (@FeautytheMag) | Twitter Follow your dreams, even through the fear!

Feauty (@FeautytheMag) | Twitter Follow your dreams, even through the fear!

Your dreams need you to push on! Keep going! Don't give up... you can do it!

Your dreams need you to push on! Keep going! Don't give up... you can do it!

"A man's got to do what a man's got to do." —from CD Women and Men www.CulturalDetective.com

"A man's got to do what a man's got to do." —from CD Women and Men www.CulturalDetective.com

“When fortune smiles, embrace her.” — English Proverb  CulturalDetective.com

“When fortune smiles, embrace her.” — English Proverb CulturalDetective.com

“Contemplate before you start.”  Bezint eer ge begint    —Belgian Proverb   CulturalDetective.com

“Contemplate before you start.” Bezint eer ge begint —Belgian Proverb CulturalDetective.com

Even a small star shines in darkness.  - Finnish proverb

Even a small star shines in darkness. - Finnish proverb

“God’s help is more powerful than keeping vigil or worrying.”  Más puede la ayuda de Dios, que velar y cavilar.   — Dominican Proverb  CulturalDetective.com

“God’s help is more powerful than keeping vigil or worrying.” Más puede la ayuda de Dios, que velar y cavilar. — Dominican Proverb CulturalDetective.com

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