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You can tell who the good seamen are during a storm.

A woman prefers a man without money to money without a man.

A woman prefers a man without money to money without a man.
GREEK PROVERBS

Either remain quiet, or say things that improve the silence.

Don’t keep any secrets of yourself from yourself.

One minute of patience can result in ten years of peace.

Many people know how to flatter; few know how to praise.

Many pupils have gained more wealth than their masters.

Listen to valuable statements even if they come from your enemy's mouth.

Eat and drink with your relatives, but do business with strangers.

It is difficult to argue with the belly, as it has no ears.

Milk the cows that is nearby, why chase the one that runs away.

It will not always be summer: gather the harvest while you can.

The crowd is the most unreliable and witless thing in the world.

If all the laws were to be abolished, it would not make much difference to our way of life.

Misfortunes are less sharp when shared with others.

We know nothing for sure: truth is hidden at the bottom of a well.

In an honourable enterprise, there must be no delay.

In a moment, we got from the sublime to the ridiculous.

Whoever does not have their brain/mind has their legs.

Tongue like a shoe, brain like a pit [of a fruit].

My home, my little home, a small house/hut of my own.

A good man says no slowly; a wise man says no at once.

Nothing will content him who is not content with a little.

The only true wisdom consists in knowing that you know nothing.

The sins we often regret are the sins we never commit.

In baiting a mousetrap with cheese, always leave room for the mouse.

Neither promise wax to the saint, nor cakes to the child.

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, prepare to die.

A stout bearded woman always bears something malicious.

Whatever kind of word thou speakest, the like shalt thou bear.

It is not what they profess but what they practice that makes them good.

Endeavor to bear the ignorance of fortune with patience.

All receive advice. Only the wise profit from it.

You can tell who the good seamen are during a storm.

The house of envy lies in the lowest hollows, golden, sunless, breathed upon by no wind, grim and filled full of inert chill, and lacking warmth, is always roiled in fog.

Everybody wants to be somebody; nobody wants to grow.

Kindheartedness and honesty can be expected only from the poor.

A poor man who takes a rich wife has a ruler, not a wife.

Better the friend we can see than the money we cannot.

We have two ears and one mouth that we may listen the more and talk the less.

How you make your bed is how you are going to sleep.

At the deaf man’s door, knock as much as you like.

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