Wise Sayings: Letter E

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    Wise Sayings


    Every one bears his cross.

    Source: French
    Every one can navigate in fine weather.

    Source: Italian
    Every one counts for as much as he has.

    Source: German
    Every one feels his own burden heavy.

    Source: French
    Every one feels the cold according as he is clad.

    Source: Spanish
    Every one finds fault with his own trade.

    Source: Italian
    Every one finds sin sweet and repentance bitter.

    Source: Danish
    Every one gives himself credit for more brains than he has, and less money.

    Source: Italian
    Every one goes with his own sack to the mill.

    Source: Italian
    Every one has a fool in his sleeve.

    Source: French
    Every one has his master.

    Source: German
    Every one his own, is but fair.

    Source: French
    Every one in his own house, and God in all men's.

    Source: Spanish
    Every one is a king in his own house.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every one is a preacher under the gallows.

    Source: Dutch
    Every one is a thief in his own craft.

    Source: Dutch
    Every one is emperor on his own ground.

    Source: German
    Every one is glad to see a knave caught in his own trap.

    Source: German
    Every one is wise after the event.

    Source: German
    Every one is wise for his own profit.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every one is wise when the mischief is done.

    Source: Spanish
    Every one likes justice in another's house, none in his own.

    Source: Italian
    Every one must pay his debt to nature.

    Source: German
    Every one must row with the oars he has.

    Source: Dutch
    Every one praises his own saint.

    Source: Italian
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