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"Wisdom is welcome wherever it comes from." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Hávamál")

"He who knows nothing is closer to the truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors." - Odin (source: The Prose Edda, "Gylfaginning")

"The day of my death will be the day I seek my true identity." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Grimnismál")

"It is better to live one day as a wolf than a hundred years as a sheep." - Odin (source: Unknown)

"All things are fleeting, even the gods." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Vafþrúðnismál")

"The greatest victory is to conquer oneself." - Odin (source: Unknown)

"To be wise, one must learn from everyone." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Hávamál")

"Fear not death, for the hour of your doom is set and none may escape it." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Vafþrúðnismál")

"Without wisdom, courage is but a broken sword." - Odin (source: Unknown)

"The foolish man thinks he will live forever if he avoids fighting; but old age will give him no peace, though spears may spare him." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Hávamál")

"The greatest curse is not to know one's fate." - Odin (source: The Prose Edda, "Gylfaginning")

"A man should be brave in heart, wise in mind, and skillful in hands." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Hávamál")

"Not all who wander are lost." - Odin (source: Unknown)

"It is better to die with honor than to live with shame." - Odin (source: The Prose Edda, "Hávamál")

"The path to wisdom is fraught with peril, but those who brave it are rewarded with knowledge." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Hávamál")

"The true measure of a man is not his height, but the depth of his courage." - Odin (source: Unknown)

"The wise man is he who knows his own ignorance." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Hávamál")

"A man's worth is determined not by what he owns, but by what he does with what he has." - Odin (source: Unknown)

"The battle is not always to the strong, nor the race to the swift; but that's the way to bet." - Odin (source: Unknown)

"Knowledge is the greatest treasure, and the journey to obtain it is the greatest adventure." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Hávamál")

"The only true wealth is wisdom." - Odin (source: Unknown)

"The mind is everything. What you think, you become." - Odin (source: Unknown)

"The greatest gift a man can receive is the gift of knowledge." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Hávamál")


"He who laughs last has not yet heard the bad news." - Odin (source: Unknown)

"Wise counsel is the best of all treasures." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Hávamál")

"To be a man is to know that you will die, and to be fearless in the face of death." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Hávamál")

"The mind is like a fortress, and it must be defended at all costs." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Hávamál")

"The greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall." - Odin (source: Unknown)

"He who seeks knowledge must first learn to be humble." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Hávamál")

"Even the gods must bow to fate." - Odin (source: The Poetic Edda, "Vafþrúðnismál")

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