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    Wise Sayings


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    Hold a candle to the devil!

    Source: German
    Honesty lasts longest.

    Source: German
    How easily a hair gets into the butter!

    Source: German
    How many daily read the Bible, and yet pursue their course of evil.

    Source: German
    Hungry flies sting sore.
    Source: German
    Hurry no man\'s cattle.

    Source: German
    Hussars pray for war, and the doctor for fever.
    Source: German
    I can see as far into a mill-stone as another man.

    Source: German
    "I have had" is a poor man.

    Source: German
    "I have" is a better bird than "If I had."

    Source: German
    I rest, therefore I rust.

    Source: German
    I want no drones in my bee-hive.

    Source: German
    I wept when I was born, and every day shows why.

    Source: German
    "I will not bite any dog," says the shepherd's dog, "for I must save my teeth for the wolf."

    Source: German
    I will not change a cottage in possession for a kingdom in reversion.

    Source: German
    I will win the horse, or lose the saddle.

    Source: German
    I would rather have a dog my friend than enemy.

    Source: German
    Idleness has poverty for wages.

    Source: German
    Idleness is the beginning of all sin.

    Source: German
    Idleness is the root of all evil.

    Source: German
    Idleness is the sepulchre of a living man.

    Source: German
    If a dog's prayers were answered, bones would rain from the skies.

    Source: German
    If a man would know what he is, let him anger his neighbours.

    Source: German
    If every one were wise, a fool would be the prize.

    Source: German
    If fools were to eat no bread, corn would be cheap.

    Source: German
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