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    Wise Sayings


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    We hate whom we have injured.

    Source: Latin
    We have all been fools in our time.

    Source: Latin
    We judge of the present from the past. [The boy and the wolf.]

    Source: Latin
    We learn the value of things more in their loss than in their enjoyment.

    Source: Latin
    We lessen our wants by lessening our desires.

    Source: Latin
    We live more by fashion than common sense.

    Source: Latin
    We lose the certain things, while we seek the uncertain ones.

    Source: Latin
    We must live as we can, not as we would wish.

    Source: Latin
    We need not friends if Providence smiles on us.

    Source: Latin
    We never profit by the gifts of the wicked.

    Source: Latin
    We pardon faults in youth.

    Source: Latin
    We pay when old for the excesses of youth.

    Source: Latin
    We perish by permitted things.

    Source: Latin
    We receive nothing with so much reluctance as advice.

    Source: Latin
    We shall never be younger.

    Source: Latin
    We should eat to live, not live to eat.

    Source: Latin
    We should trust more to our eyesight than to our ears.

    Source: Latin
    We sow the wind, and reap the whirlwind.

    Source: Latin
    We trust what we see rather than what we hear.

    Source: Latin
    Wealth is protected and poverty is assisted by concord.

    Source: Latin
    Wealth lightens not the heart and care of man.

    Source: Latin
    Wealth makes worship.

    Source: Latin
    Wealth not acquired by our own labours, but inherited.

    Source: Latin
    Wealth, like an index, reveals the character of men.

    Source: Latin
    Wear not boots too big for your feet.

    Source: Latin
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