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Proverb 6



   Proverb 6 

A son is a son till he gets him a wife, but a daughter's a daughter the rest of your life. ~ English Proverb 

No one can see their reflection in running water. It is only in still water that we can see. ~ Taoist  

A wounded soul is difficult to heal. ~ Yiddish Proverb 

Some prefer vinegar and some prefer wine. ~ Jewish Proverb 

Bed is the poor man's opera. ~ Italian Proverb 

One does evil enough when one does nothing good. ~ German Proverb 

The best armour is to keep out of range. ~ Italian Proverb 

Two watermelons can't be held in one hand. ~ Afghani Proverb 

This is not the Buddha. This is the Buddha. ~ Zen Proverb 

The moon is not shamed by the barking of dogs. ~ Native American Proverb, Navaho 

He who sows peas on the highway does not get all the pods into his barn. ~ Danish Proverb 

In spring, the farmer carries a bag of ignorance in autumn, a bag of wisdom. ~ Swedish Proverb 

No one says his own buttermilk is sour. ~ Afghani Proverb 

Two burdens: to Moses water, to God the world. ~ Yiddish Proverb 

Better ask ten times than go astray once. ~ Yiddish Proverb 

Don't cast your pearls before swine. ~ English Proverb 

To talk much and arrive nowhere is the same as climbing a tree to catch a fish. ~ Chinese Proverb 

Bad and good are intertwined like rope. ~ Japanese Proverb 

Do not cut the bough you are sitting on. ~ Russian Proverb, Romania 

Great boast, little roast. ~ Dutch Proverb 

He is rich who owes nothing. ~ French Proverb 

Lovers and thieves always look for darkness. ~ Yiddish Proverb 

Sing before breakfast, cry before night. — English proverb  

They that think no ill are soonest beguiled. — English proverb  

A fool is a wise man's ladder. ~ South African Proverb 

A master speaks but few words. — Greek proverb  

Experience makes men wise. — American proverb  

Hope is worth any money. — English proverb 

That which leaks cannot stay full. — African proverb (Ovambo 

A fool dreams of wealth, a wise man, of happiness. ~ Kurdish Proverb 

Too much happiness ends in sorrow. — Filipino proverb 

Time and tide wait for no man. ~ English Proverb 

A man without patience is like a lamp without oil. — Greek proverb  

When you are deluded and full of doubt, even a thousand books of scripture are not enough. ~ Zen Proverb 

Deem the best till the truth be tried out. — English proverb  

If you go to sleep with an empty stomach, you will count the beams on the ceiling. — Yiddish proverb  

No woman can make a wise man out of a fool, but every woman can change a wise man into a fool. ~ Argentinian Proverb 

Deem the best till the truth be tried out. — English proverb  

If you go to sleep with an empty stomach, you will count the beams on the ceiling. — Yiddish proverb  

No woman can make a wise man out of a fool, but every woman can change a wise man into a fool. ~ Argentinian Proverb 

Old signs do not deceive. — Danish proverb  

He that falls by himself never cries. ~ Turkish Proverb 

The sheep that is too tame is sucked by too many lambs. — French proverb  

Though speech be silver, yet silence is gold. — Turkish proverb  

There's a time and a place for everything. ~ American Proverb 

Age is a sorry travelling companion. — Danish proverb  

Give food to the hawk you do not love. — Japanese proverb : 

He's sure of a cat that has her skin. — English proverb  

If you have planted a tree you must water it too. ~ Indian Proverb, Tamil 

Seven trades but no luck. ~ Arabian Proverb 

He's caught between a rock and a hard place. ~ American Proverb 

There is no love without forgiveness, and there is no forgiveness without love. 

Believe half of what you see and none of what you hear. ~ American Proverb 

Nobody has everything but everybody has something. 
Smile, even if it's fake. Laugh, even if you hurt. Don't let anyone get to you, you're beautiful regardless of what anyone says to you. 

Count your blessings, not your problems. 

Sickness in the body brings sadness to the mind. ~ English Proverb 

Bachelors grow foolish. ~ Swedish Proverb 

Invalids live longest. ~ German Proverb 

The full teapot makes no sound; the half-empty teapot is very noisy. — Chinese proverb  

There will be a day when laughter comes to mourners. — Turkish proverb  

traveller to distant places should make no enemies. ~ African Proverb, Nigeria 

When the mouse laughs at the cat, there's a hole nearby. ~ African Proverb, Nigeria 

These three take crooked ways: carts, boats, and musicians. ~ Indian Proverb, Hindi 

When fate throws a dagger at you, there are only two ways to catch it: by the blade or by the handle. ~ Chinese Proverb 

If you are bitter at heart, sugar in the mouth will not help you. ~ Yiddish Proverb 

A black sheep is a biting beast. — English proverb  

Age does not grant wisdom, it only makes one go more slowly.~ Swedish Proverb 

Commend not your wife, wine, nor house. — English proverb 

If you are standing upright, don't worry if your shadow is crooked. — Chinese proverb  

Look before you leap. ~ Somali proverb 

When there is wind outside, the garbage flies high. — Yiddish proverb  

The little hand does not beat the big hand. ~ Ghanaian Proverb 

A blind man does not pass by an angry gathering. ~ Ghanaian Proverb 

A whisper is a spoken word. — African proverb (Shona)  

To understand your parents' love you must raise children yourself. ~ Chinese Proverb 

Even a dog is king in his own place. — Indian proverb (Tamil)  

He that is too proud to ask is too good to receive. — English proverb  

Do not show a stick to a dog that has been beaten. ~ Yiddish Proverb 

A fault that is denied once is committed twice. ~ French Proverb 

If you saw what the river carried, you would never drink the water. ~ Jamaican Proverb 

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