Wise Sayings: Letter E

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    Wise Sayings


    Even the smallest spark shines brightly in darkness.

    Source: Latin
    Even though you have ten thousand fields, you can eat but one measure of rice a day.
    Category: Leadership Source: Chinese Proverb
    Even though you know a thousand things, ask the man who knows one.

    Source: Turkish
    Even too much praise is a burden.

    Source: Turkish
    Even woods have ears.

    Source: Italian
    Evening red and morning grey help the traveler on his way; evening grey and morning red bring down rain upon his head.

    Source: Italian
    Ever drunk, ever dry.

    Source: Italian
    Ever one hair, only one, and the man is bald at last.

    Source: German
    Ever receive a present with approbation.

    Source: Latin
    Every advantage has its disadvantage.

    Source: Latin
    Every adversity carries with it the seed of equal or greater benefit.
    Author: Napolean Hill
    Every age has its book.
    Category: Books and writers Source: Arabic
    Every ambitious man is a captive and every covetous one a pauper.
    Source: Arabic Proverb
    Every ant has its ire.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every art requires the whole person.

    Source: French
    Every ass loves to hear himself bray.

    Source: English Proverb
    Every ass loves to hear himself bray.
    Category: Vanity and arrogance Source: English
    Every bean hath its black.

    Source: English Proverb
    Every beetle is a gazelle in the eyes of its mother.

    Source: Moorish
    Every beginning is hard, said the thief, when he began by stealing an anvil.

    Source: German
    Every bird needs its own feathers.

    Source: Danish
    Every bird sings as it is beaked.

    Source: Dutch
    Every bird thinks its own nest beautiful.

    Source: Italian
    Every burro has his own saddle.
    Category: Differences Source: Equadoran
    Every clown can find fault, though it would puzzle him to do better.

    Source: German
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