Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    It is easier to stem the brook than the river.

    Source: Danish
    It is easier to suppress the first desire than to satisfy all that follow it.

    Source: Danish
    It is easy to be generous out of another man's purse.

    Source: Danish
    It is easy to be generous with another man\'s money.

    Source: Danish
    It is easy to bid the devil be your guest, but difficult to get rid of him.

    Source: Danish
    It is easy to find the rod when another finds the bottom.

    Source: Danish
    It is easy to manage when fortune favors.

    Source: Danish
    It is easy to poke another man's fire.

    Source: Danish
    It is easy to sit at the helm in fine weather.

    Source: Danish
    It is easy to stride a tree when it is down.

    Source: Danish
    It is easy to swim, when another holds up your head.

    Source: Danish
    "It is easy to work with a good comb," said the devil, when he combed his mother's hair with a pitchfork."

    Source: Danish
    It is folly to drown on dry land.

    Source: Danish
    It is folly to fear what one cannot avoid.

    Source: Danish
    It is folly to sing twice to a deaf man.

    Source: Danish
    It is folly to take a thorn out of another's foot and put it into your own.

    Source: Danish
    It is good to be priest at Easter, child in Lent, peasant at Christmas, and foal in harvest-time.

    Source: Danish
    It is good to lend to God and to the soil--they pay good interest.

    Source: Danish
    It is good to make a bridge of gold to a flying enemy.

    Source: Danish
    It is hard to glean after a niggardly husbandman.

    Source: Danish
    It is hard to labour with an empty belly.

    Source: Danish
    It is hard to live in Rome and strive against the Pope.

    Source: Danish
    It is hard to lure hawks with empty hands.

    Source: Danish
    It is hard to make a fire on a cold hearth.

    Source: Danish
    It is hard to pay for bread that has been eaten.

    Source: Danish
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