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    He who buys what he don't want, will soon sell what he does want.

    Source: German
    He who can does, he who cannot, teaches.
    Source: German
    He who cannot help, may hinder.
    Source: German
    He who cannot paint must grind the colours.
    Source: German
    He who cannot pay with his purse, must pay with his hide.
    Source: German
    He who cheats a cheat and robs a thief, earns a dispensation for 100 years.
    Source: German
    He who conceits himself wise, has an ass near at hand.

    Source: German
    He who conquers his anger has conquered an enemy.

    Source: German
    He who digs a pit for others falls into it himself.

    Source: German
    He who does not bait his hook catches nothing.

    Source: German
    He who does not go forward, stays behind.

    Source: German
    He who does not improve to-day will grow worse to-morrow.

    Source: German
    He who does not open his eyes must open his purse.

    Source: German
    He who envies, suffers.

    Source: German
    He who fain would marry, in choice should not tarry.

    Source: German
    He who finds what has not been lost, will chance to die before he is ill.

    Source: German
    He who follows the crowd has many companions.

    Source: German
    He who forces love when none is found, remains a fool the whole year round.

    Source: German
    He who gives quickly, gives doubly.

    Source: German
    He who gives to the poor, lends to the Lord.

    Source: German
    He who gives, must take (meaning a joke).

    Source: German
    He who goes to bed with dogs, will wake up with fleas.

    Source: German
    He who grasps at all, holds nothing fast.

    Source: German
    He who grasps too much lets much fall.

    Source: German
    He who handles pitch, besmears himself.

    Source: German
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