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moderation in all things

The key to success, health, etc., is not doing, having, or consuming too much of a certain thing. Red wine, dark chocolate, and coffee are often said to be beneficial to health—but always in small quantities. Moderation in all things.
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Moderation in all things.

Prov. Do not do anything too much or too little. Felicia always ate sparingly. "Moderation in all things," she told herself. Jane: I think you watch too much TV. Jill: So you think I shouldn't watch any? Jane: No, just watch a reasonable amount. Moderation in all things.
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