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    Wise Sayings


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    He that will not be counselled cannot be helped.

    Source: Dutch
    He that would have the kernel must crack the shell.

    Source: Dutch
    He that would jest must take a jest, else to let it along were best.

    Source: Dutch
    He that would make a golden gate, must bring a nail to it daily.

    Source: Dutch
    He that would please all, and himself too, Undertakes what he cannot do.

    Source: Dutch
    He that's born to be hanged will never be drowned.

    Source: Dutch
    He that's long a giving, knows not how to give.

    Source: Dutch
    He thinks to catch shell-fish in the trees.

    Source: Dutch
    He waits long that waits for another main's death.

    Source: Dutch
    He wants for ever, who would more acquire.

    Source: Dutch
    He wants to fly before he has wings.

    Source: Dutch
    He wants to learn how to shave using my beard.

    Source: Dutch
    He was born upon St. Galtpert's night, three days before luck.

    Source: Dutch
    He who burns his posteriors must sit on blisters.

    Source: Dutch
    He who dies not in his twenty-third year, drowns not in his twenty-fourth, and is not slain in his twenty-fifth, may boast of good days.

    Source: Dutch
    He who giveth to the poor lendeth to the Lord.

    Source: Dutch
    He who goes to bed with dogs will get up with fleas.

    Source: Dutch
    He who hunts two hares at once, catches neither.

    Source: Dutch
    He who is afraid of leaves must not go into the wood.

    Source: Dutch
    He who is outside his door already has a hard part of his journey behind him.

    Source: Dutch
    He who is surety for another, pays for him.

    Source: Dutch
    He who makes himself honey will be eaten by the bees.

    Source: Dutch
    He who mixes himself with the draff will be eaten by the swine.

    Source: Dutch
    He who plants fruit-trees, must not count upon the fruit.

    Source: Dutch
    It is hard for an empty bag to stand upright.

    Source: Dutch
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