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    Wise Sayings


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    The more you stir the mire, the more it stinks.

    Source: German
    The most disorderly students make the most pious preachers.
    Source: German
    The narrower the cage, the sweeter the liberty.
    Source: German
    The nearer the inn, the longer the road.
    Source: German
    The nearest the dearest.
    Source: German
    The office teaches the man.
    Source: German
    The old forget, the young don't know.
    Source: German
    The older a fool, the worse he is.
    Source: German
    The older, the colder; the more avaricious, the more vicious.

    Source: German
    The oldest trees often bear the sweetest fruit.
    Source: German
    The one-eyed is a king among the blind.
    Source: German
    The only real equality is in the cemetery.
    Source: German
    The people's voice is God's voice.
    Source: German
    The pitcher goes so often to the well, that it gets broken at last.

    Source: German
    The poor must dance as the rich pipe.
    Source: German
    The pope eats peasants, gulps gentlemen, and voids monks.

    Source: German
    The priest loves his flock, but the lambs more than the wethers.

    Source: German
    The repeated stroke will fell the oak.

    Source: German
    The road to ruin is paved with good intentions.

    Source: German
    The Russian knows the way, yet he asks for directions.

    Source: German
    The sick man is vexed with the flies on the wall.

    Source: German
    The silent dog is the first to bite.

    Source: German
    The stomach is easier filled than the eye.

    Source: German
    The strong man's sport is the sickly man's death.

    Source: German
    The sun will bring to light what lay under the snow.

    Source: German
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