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  • Proverb Source: Greek [1] [2] [3]

    Wise Sayings


    Old age and poverty are wounds that can't be healed.

    Source: Greek
    Old age and treachery will overcome youth and skill.

    Source: Greek
    Old men are twice children.

    Source: Greek
    One minute of patience, ten years of peace.

    Source: Greek
    One witness one liar; more witnesses, all liars.

    Source: Greek
    Painless poverty is better than embittered wealth.

    Source: Greek
    Pleasure is the greatest incentive to vice.

    Source: Greek
    Pleasures are transient, honors are immortal.

    Source: Greek
    Success has many friends.

    Source: Greek
    Success is doing what you like and making a living at it.

    Source: Greek
    Success isn't how far you got, but the distance you traveled from where you started.

    Source: Greek
    Sweet is the memory of past labor.

    Source: Greek
    Swift gratitude is the sweetest.

    Source: Greek
    Terrifying are the weaknesses of power.

    Source: Greek
    The beginning is the half of every action.

    Source: Greek
    The heart that loves is always young.

    Source: Greek
    The net of the sleeper catches fish.

    Source: Greek
    The tongue has no bones, yet it breaks bones.

    Source: Greek
    The unknown is ever imagined.

    Source: Greek
    Think not on what you lack as much as on what you have.

    Source: Greek
    Think with the wise, but talk with the vulgar.

    Source: Greek
    To deceive a diplomat speak the truth, he has no experience with it.

    Source: Greek
    To rebel in season is not to rebel.

    Source: Greek
    When the fox cannot reach the grapes he says they are not ripe.

    Source: Greek
    Where there is a sea there are pirates.

    Source: Greek
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