Wise Sayings Author Ben Franklin



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    It is wise not to seek a secret and honest not to reveal it.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Keep conscience clear, then never fear.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Little leaks sink the ship.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Lost time is never found again.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Many have quarreled about religion that never practised it.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Neglect kills injuries, revenge increases them.
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    Neglect mending a small fault and 'twill soon be a great one.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Nor eye in a letter, nor hand in a purse, nor ear in the secret of another.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Nothing is certain but death and taxes.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Paintings and fightings are best seen at a distance.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Pay what you owe and what you're worth you'll know.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Philosophy as well as foppery often changes fashion.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Pride is as loud a beggar as want and a great deal more saucy.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Proclaim not all thou knowest, all thou owest, all thou hast, nor all thou can'st.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Quarrels never could last long, if on one side only lay the wrong.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Rather go to bed supperless than run in debt for a breakfast.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Seek virtue and of that posest, to Providence resign the rest.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    The devil wipes his breech with poor folks' pride.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    The good will of the governed will be starved if not fed by the good deeds of the governors.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    The wise and the brave dares own that he was wrong.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    The wise man learns more from his enemies than the fool does from his friends.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    There are no fools more troublesome than those with wit.
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    There are three things extremely hard: steel, a diamond and to know one's self.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    There is much difference between imitating a good man and counterfeiting him.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    There was never a good war or a bad peace.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Ben Franklin [1] [2] [3]