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  • Proverb Source: Persian [1]

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    A bad wound heals but a bad word doesn't.

    Source: Persian
    A broken hand works, but not a broken heart.

    Source: Persian
    A broken sleeve holdeth the arm back.

    Source: Persian
    A stone thrown at the right time is better than gold given at the wrong time.

    Source: Persian
    A thief is a king till he's caught.

    Source: Persian
    A thief knows a thief as a wolf knows a wolf.

    Source: Persian
    Be a lion at home and a fox abroad.

    Source: Persian
    By a sweet tongue and kindness, you can drag an elephant with a hair.

    Source: Persian
    Courteous men learn courtesy from the discourteous.

    Source: Persian
    Courtesie is cumbersome to them that ken it not.

    Source: Persian
    Courtesy on one side can never last long.

    Source: Persian
    Do little things now; so shall big things come to thee by and by asking to be done.

    Source: Persian
    Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?

    Source: Persian
    Do well the little things now; so shall great things come to thee by and by asking to be done.

    Source: Persian
    Epigrams succeed where epics fail.

    Source: Persian
    Every man goes down to his death bearing in his hands only that which he has given away.

    Source: Persian
    Go and wake up your luck.

    Source: Persian
    Go as far as you can see, and when you get there you'll see further.

    Source: Persian
    Go further and fare worse.

    Source: Persian
    He gives a party with bath-water.

    Source: Persian
    He gives him roast meat and beats him with the spit.

    Source: Persian
    He who want a rose must respect the thorn.

    Source: Persian
    He who wants a rose must respect the thorn.

    Source: Persian
    He who wants content can't find an easy chair.

    Source: Persian
    I used to feel sorry for myself because I had no shoes until I met a man who was dead.

    Source: Persian
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