Kozma Prutkov — a collective pseudonym for the group of Russian writers — Alexey Tolstoy and Zhemchuzhnikov brothers, who performed jointly in 50—60s of the 19th century.
Contents of Prutkov Kozma:
Even an oyster has enimies!
Do not seek for unity in the whole, but rather in the uniformity of distinction.
The sooner you pass, the sooner you'll arrive.
If you want to be happy, be!
Where is the beginning of the end that comes at the end of the beginning?
To keep laughing is easier than to stop the laughter.
Looking into the distance, you will see the distance; looking to the sky, you will see the sky; looking in a small mirror, you will only see yourself.
Having lied once, who will believe you?
Do not cut everything that grows.
Many things are incomprehensible to us not because our comprehension is weak, but because those things are not within the frames of our comprehension.