Wise Sayings Author Ben Franklin



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    An open foe may prove a curse but a pretended friend is worse.
    Category: Friendship Author: Ben Franklin
    He that waits on fortune is never sure of a dinner.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Little strokes fell great oaks.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    No better relation than a prudent and faithful friend.
    Category: Friendship Author: Ben Franklin
    No gains without pains.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    One man may be more cunning than another, but not more cunning than everybody else.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    One today is worth two tomorrows.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Out of adversity comes opportunity.
    Category: Opportunity Author: Ben Franklin
    Search others for their virtues, thyself for thy vices.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Success has ruined many a man.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    The doors of wisdom are never shut.
    Category: Wisdom Author: Ben Franklin
    The honey is sweet but the bee has a sting.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    The most exquisite folly is made of wisdom spun too fine.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    The squeaky wheel gets the grease.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Those who are feared, are hated.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Tongue double, brings trouble.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Tricks and treachery are the practice of fools that have not enough wit to be honest.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Vessels large may venture more but little boats should keep near shore.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Virtue and happiness are mother and daughter.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Waste not, want not.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Wealth and content are not always bedfellows.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Wealth is not his that has it, but his that enjoys it.
    Category: Wealth and poverty Author: Ben Franklin
    Well done is better than well said.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    What signifies knowing the names, if you know not the natures of things.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    What you would seem to be, be really.
    Author: Ben Franklin
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