Proverb Source Moroccan

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  • Proverb Source: Moroccan

    Wise Sayings


    At the gate of patience there is no crowding.
    Category: Patience Source: Moroccan
    If you are afraid of something, you give it power over you.
    Category: Courage and fear Source: Moroccan
    Instruction in youth is like engraving in stone.
    Category: Education Source: Moroccan
    Work and you will be strong; sit and you will stink.
    Category: Idleness Source: Moroccan
    A stone from the hand of a friend is an apple.

    Source: Moroccan
    Abundance of money is a trial for a man.

    Source: Moroccan
    Among walnuts only the empty one speaks.

    Source: Moroccan
    An agreement is a kind of debt.

    Source: Moroccan
    An old cat will not learn how to dance.

    Source: Moroccan
    Either do as your neighbors do, or move away.

    Source: Moroccan
    If a man leaves little children behind him, it is as if he did not die.

    Source: Moroccan
    If a man once fall, all will tread on him.

    Source: Moroccan
    If you are a peg, endure the knocking; if you are a mallet, strike.

    Source: Moroccan
    Instruction in youth is like engraving in stone.

    Source: Moroccan
    Little by little, the camel goes into the couscous.

    Source: Moroccan
    The falcon does not struggle when he is caught.

    Source: Moroccan
    The pumpkin gives birth and the fence has the trouble.

    Source: Moroccan
    The quarrel of lovers is the renewal of love.

    Source: Moroccan
    The tar of my country is better than the honey of others.

    Source: Moroccan