8.8301. "As better "is synonymous with"as worse."..     AR AR

Any desire to do "as best" usually ends "as always."

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9.3336.     AR AR

You  are  to  blame  for  everything  as  usual…  You  say:  they  deceived  me,  they  prompted  me,  they  talked  me  in…  But  you  yourself  agreed  to  that…  You  yourself  agreed…  You  yourself  agreed…

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10.3028.     AR AR

To get the future, you have to sacrifice the past.  A tit must be sacrificed for hope.  They say a bird in the hand is better than a crane in the sky, but the best is the enemy of the good.  Remember, we always want the best, and it turns out"as always".  If you want something other than" always, " give up the best.

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10.3626.     AR AR

They wanted the best because they are idealists.  They succeeded as always, because idealism is a lie that denies the real world.  The road to hell is paved with the good intentions of all those who wanted the best.

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10.3956. A false Paradise.     AR AR

Vices are heavy.  The longer you carry them, the heavier they get.  Have they told you that Vice is the easy way?  As always you have been deceived.  The devil is the king of deception.  All his joys and promises are lies.

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10.7949.     AR AR

You do your best, but it turns out as always?  Do you want a different result?  Make it worse.  Do the opposite of normal.

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10.12328.     AR AR

We wanted the best, but it turned out as always this is about those who are greedy and impatient.

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10.21791.     AR AR

There are two ways, the first is "we wanted the best, but it turned out as always".  This is the way of pride, and the result of breaking the commandment "do not judge".  Everything is bad, let's make it better.  The other way is when we are enraptured by hope and smoothly evolve towards it by performing an act of faith.

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10.22112. We wanted the best, it turned out as always.     AR AR

The road to hell is paved with good intentions, for the devil tempts the best, the right, and the good.  The devil thinks he's better than God, so when we want the best, it's the same as always.

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