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    Wise Sayings


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    He who shoots often, hits at last.

    Source: German
    He who sleeps along keeps long cold, two soon warm each other.

    Source: German
    He who stands godfather to a wolf should have a dog under his cloak.

    Source: German
    He who stops half way is only half in error.

    Source: German
    He who takes no care of little things, will not have the care of great ones.

    Source: German
    He who teaches children learns more than they do.

    Source: German
    He who tickles himself, laughs when he likes.

    Source: German
    He who travels with hope, has poverty for his coachman.

    Source: German
    He who treads on eggs, must tread lightly.

    Source: German
    He who will have eggs, must bear with the cackling.

    Source: German
    He who wipes the child's nose, means to kiss the mother's cheek.

    Source: German
    He who won't be advised, can't be helped.

    Source: German
    He who would climb the ladder must begin at the bottom.

    Source: German
    He who would go further than his horse, must alight and go on foot.

    Source: German
    He who would prosper in peace, must suffer in silence.

    Source: German
    He who would rule must hear and be deaf, see and be blind.

    Source: German
    He who would succeed at court, must lie sometimes low, sometimes high.

    Source: German
    He who would the daughter win, with the mother must begin.

    Source: German
    He whose mistress squints, says the ogles.

    Source: German
    Herod and Pilate are good friends!

    Source: German
    Hide not your light under a bushel.

    Source: German
    High houses are mostly empty in the upper story.

    Source: German
    High regions are never without storms.

    Source: German
    His hens lay eggs with two yolks.

    Source: German
    Hobby horses are dearer than Arabians.

    Source: German
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