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One swallow does not make a summer. ~ American Proverb 

  
If you try to cleanse others, like soap, you will waste away in the process! ~ African Proverb 
  

Do not blame God for having created the tiger, but thank Him for not having given it wings. ~ Ethiopian Proverb 
  

No one can be caught in places he does not visit. ~ Danish Proverb 


One drink is just right two is too many three are too few. ~ Spanish Proverb 
  

See a pin and pick it up, all the day you'll have good luck see a pin and let it lie, bad luck you'll have all day. ~ English Proverb 
  

Don't burn your bridges behind you. ~ American Proverb 
  


If everyone gives one thread, the poor man will have a shirt. ~ Russian Proverb 
  

Laughter is the best medicine. ~ American Proverb 
  

Don't live in a town where there are no doctors. ~ Yiddish Proverb 
  

Less is more. ~ American Proverb 
  
  
In speech is life, in speech is death. ~ Hawaiian Proverb 
  

It is not wise to hunt the hare with the ox. ~ Latin Proverb 
  

The pen wounds deeper than an arrow. ~ Yiddish Proverb 
  

When the ant grows wings it is about to die. ~ Arabic Proverb 
  

The sun at home warms better than the sun elsewhere. ~ Albanian Proverb 
  

Every tear has a smile behind it. ~ Iranian Proverb 
  

After a storm comes fair weather, after sorrow comes joy. ~ Russian Proverb 
  

The eyes believe themselves the ears believe other people. ~ German Proverb 
  

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

Pride is the mask of one's own faults. ~ Jewish Proverb 


Do not measure the timbers for your house in the forest. ~ African Proverb 
  

A swarm in May is worth a load of hay a swarm in June is worth a silver spoon but a swarm in July is not worth a fly. ~ English Proverb 

  
There's no insurance against death and poverty. ~ Yiddish Proverb 
  

Habit is worse than rabies. ~ Kurdish Proverb 
  

Life is just like a dream -- but don't wake me. ~ Yiddish Proverb 
  

Don't get cold feet on me. ~ English Proverb 
  

The man who strikes first admits that his ideas have given out. ~ Chinese Proverb 
  

The stitch is lost unless the thread is knotted. ~ Italian Proverb 
  

A good meal out to begin with hunger. ~ French Proverb 



A bit of fragrance always stays with the hand that gives out roses. ~ Chinese Proverb 
  

The winds of the heavens shift suddenly so does human fate. ~ Chinese Proverb 

  
Even though the old man is strong and hearty, he will not live forever. ~ African Proverb 

  
Everybody's friend is true to none. ~ Norwegian Proverb 
  

Talking comes by nature, silence by wisdom. ~ Yiddish Proverb 
  


Remember, even monkeys fall out of trees. ~ Korean Proverb 
  

God sells knowledge for labour -- honour for risk. ~ Arabian Proverb 
  

The wind of heaven is that which blows between a horse's ears. ~ Arabian Proverb 
  

The slow horse reaches the mill. ~ Irish Proverb 


Save me from my friends. ~ English Proverb 
  

First secure an independent income, then practice virtue. ~ Greek Proverb 
  

The right time for the rich man to dine is when he is hungry for the poor, when he has something to eat. ~ Mexican Proverb 

  
All cats are grey at night. ~Russian Proverb 
  

The rich man doesn't pay, the debtor does. ~ Yiddish Proverb 
  

The clever thief hides in plain daylight. ~ American Proverb 
  

One rotten apple spoils the other. ~ Yiddish Proverb 
  

Throw a lucky man in the sea, and he will come up with a fish in his mouth. ~ Arabian Proverb 
  

Wait until it is night before saying that it has been a fine day. ~ French Proverb 


Nothing is exactly as it seems, nor is it otherwise. ~ Zen Proverb 
  

There is no right way or wrong way. There is only my way. ~ American Proverb 
  

Out of sight, out of mind. ~ English Proverb, American 
  

Only the cure you believe in cures. ~ Indian Proverb, Tamil 
  

It is time to face the music. ~ English Proverb 
  

A nail is driven out by another nail habit is overcome by habit. ~ Latin Proverb 

  
A child who is to be successful is not reared exclusively on a bed of down. ~ African Proverb, Ghana 


  
A child who is to be successful is not reared exclusively on a bed of down. ~ African Proverb, Ghana 
  

Dear God: You do such wonderful things for complete strangers why not for me? ~ Yiddish Proverb 


A heavy snowfall disappears into the sea. What silence! ~ Zen Proverb 
  

Poverty is the reward of idleness. ~ Dutch Proverb 
  

Even a thief takes ten years to learn his trade. ~ Japanese Proverb 
  

You don't need intelligence to have luck, but you do need luck to have intelligence. ~ Jewish Proverb 
  


One would like to eat fish, but would not like to get into the water. ~ Russian Proverb 
  

An empty barrel makes the greatest sound. ~ Russian Proverb 
  

You can give a piece of advice, but not good luck along with that. ~ Norwegian Proverb 


  
When a king has good counsellors, his reign is peaceful. ~ Ashanti Proverb 
  

Have patience and the mulberry leaf will become satin. ~ Spanish Proverb 


Everyone is ignorant in another's craft. ~ Irish Proverb 
  

Even a small mouse has anger. ~ Native American Proverb, Tribe Unknown 
  

There is nothing new under the sun -- and that's why there remains such a mess. ~ Yiddish Proverb 
  


Finders keepers, losers weepers. ~ American Proverb 
  
  
No one has so big a house that he does not need a good neighbour.~ Swedish Proverb 

  
Don't let the bastards grind you down. ~ American Proverb 
  

A lame crab walks straight. ~ Afghani Proverb 
  

The more you have, the more you want. ~ English Proverb 
  


A pig never smells its own stink. ~ English Proverb 
  

Eaten bread is soon forgotten.~ Swedish Proverb 
  


If you don't have a plan for yourself, you'll be part of someone else's ~ American Proverb 
  

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page.” St. Augustine 
  

He on whom the sun shines asks not about the moon. ~ Swedish Proverb 
  

All mankind is divided into three classes: those that are not moveable, those moveable, and those that move. ~ Arabian Proverb 

  
A narrow river is soon rowed, a shallow ocean measured, a small mind stirred. ~ Swedish Proverb 

  
In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. ~ English Proverb 

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