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Apr–May 1933: Mottos of the week

first_img* Things that are not of value singly are useful collectively* How often things happen by chance, which you would not dare to hope for* He cracks the nut, but who wishes to have the kernel out of the nut?* What is there of beauty in the piled-up heap (of money)?* That which is not required is dear at a farthing* He who is able to do too much wants to be able to do more than he is able* There are as many thousands of tastes as there are of persons living in this world* So many men, so many opinions; everyone has their own fancylast_img