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    Wise Sayings


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    Who has tasted a sour apple, will have the more relish for a sweet one.
    Source: German
    Who has, let him thereof take heed; love wanes, misfortune comes with speed.

    Source: German
    Who heeds not little things, will be troubled about lesser ones.

    Source: German
    Who herds with wolves, must howl with wolves.

    Source: German
    Who honours not age, is unworthy of it.

    Source: German
    Who hunts two hares together catches neither.

    Source: German
    Who is ell seated should not budge.

    Source: German
    Who is not ashamed of his sins, sins double.

    Source: German
    Who is over nice, loses many a slice.

    Source: German
    Who knows nothing in his thirtieth year, is nothing in his fortieth, has nothing in his fiftieth; learns nothing, is nothing, and comes to nothing.

    Source: German
    Who lends his lips to nought but blame, has in his heart no love of fame.

    Source: German
    Who lets another sit on his shoulder, will soon have him on his head.

    Source: German
    Who loves his work and knows to spare, may live and flourish anywhere.

    Source: German
    Who loves not women, wine, and song, remains a fool his whole life long.

    Source: German
    Who makes friends of all, keeps none.

    Source: German
    Who makes no promises, has none to perform.

    Source: German
    Who neither believes heaven or hell, the devil heartily wishes him well.

    Source: German
    Who readily borrows, readily lies.

    Source: German
    Who receives, should thank; who gives, should be silent.

    Source: German
    Who refuses to submit to justice, must not complain of oppression.

    Source: German
    Who rides slow, must saddle betimes.

    Source: German
    Who says little has little to answer for.

    Source: German
    Who seeks adventures finds blows.

    Source: German
    Who so deaf as he that will not hear.

    Source: German
    Who speaks ill of others to you will speak ill of you to others.

    Source: German
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