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    Wise Sayings


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    He who caresses thee more than the occasion justifies, has either deceived thee or intends it.

    Source: French
    He who carries nothing loses nothing.

    Source: French
    He who carries one burden will soon carry a hundred.

    Source: French
    He who chooses takes the worst.

    Source: French
    He who comes from afar may lie without fear of contradiction as he is sure to be listened to with the utmost attention.
    Source: French
    He who dispraises a thing, wants to buy it.

    Source: French
    He who does not bait his hook fishes in vain.

    Source: French
    He who does not gain loses.

    Source: French
    He who does not tire, tires adversity.

    Source: French
    He who does nothing does ill.

    Source: French
    He who eats of the king's goose will void a feather forty years after.

    Source: French
    He who fears to suffer, suffers from fear.

    Source: French
    He who gets out of debt enriches himself.

    Source: French
    He who goes abroad by day has no need of a lantern.

    Source: French
    He who goes everywhere gains everywhere.

    Source: French
    He who goes to collect wool may come back shorn.

    Source: French
    He who grasps too much holds not firmly.

    Source: French
    He who has a companion has a master.

    Source: French
    He who has daughters is always a shepherd.

    Source: French
    He who has drunk will drink.

    Source: French
    He who has his purse full preaches to the poor man.

    Source: French
    He who has money has capers.

    Source: French
    He who has not health has nothing.

    Source: French
    He who has nothing fears nothing.

    Source: French
    He who hold the thread holds the ball.

    Source: French
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