Proverbs

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A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
Give a man some cloth and he'll ask for some lining.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
A foolish man may be known by six things: Anger without cause, speech without profit, change without progress, inquiry without object, putting trust in a stranger, and mistaking foes for friends.

A proverb from China.
There are many paths to the top of the mountain, but the view is always the same.

A proverb from Estonia.
Even a new shoe one day is cast off.

A proverb from Mexico.
A fish and a guest after three days are poison.

A proverb from Scotland.
A day to come seems longer than a year that’s gone.

A proverb from Ireland.
A man loves his sweetheart the most; his wife the best, but his mother the longest.

A proverb from China.
Of soup and love, the fish is the best.

A proverb from China.
For one word a man is often deemed wise; for one word he is often deemed foolish.

A proverb from Arabia.
Patience is the key of joy, but haste is the key of sorrow.

A proverb from Japan.
An empty hand is not licked.

A proverb from Holland.
Our faults irritate us most when we see them in other.

A proverb from Romania.
When you cannot catch anything, it is useless to stretch out your hand.

A proverb from Scotland.
When you go to buy, use your eyes not your ears.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
All sunchine makes the desert.

A proverb from Estonia.
He who makes himself a broom must not complain of the dust.

A proverb from Argentina.
He who flings water in a jar spills more than he collects.

A proverb from Bulgaria.
A loaded gun frightens one, an unloaded, two.

A proverb from Ancient India.
Hospitality mush be extended even to your enemy who come to your house; the tree does not withdraw its shade from the woodcutter.

A proverb from China.
She who has spun the net knows the weakness of the net.

A proverb from England.
Better to be an old man’s darling than a young man’s slave.

A proverb from Sweden.
Death helps out of difficulties, but demands high payments

A proverb from Iceland.
When a big stone rolls, it carries many with it.

A proverb from Japan.
A candle by consuming itself, gives light to other.

A proverb from France.
One has always enough strength to bear the misfortunes of one’s friends.

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