Wise Sayings: Letter F

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    Wise Sayings


    Forget the favors you have given; remember those received.
    Source: Chinese
    Forgetting trouble is the way to cure it.

    Source: Latin
    Forgive and forget.

    Source: German
    Forgive thyself nothing and others much.

    Source: German
    Forgiven is not forgotten.

    Source: German
    Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.
    Author: Mahatma Gandhi
    Forgiving the unrepentant is like drawing pictures on water.

    Source: Japanese
    Fortunate is he whom the dangers of others have rendered cautious.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune aids the bold.

    Source: Spanish
    Fortune and flowers do not last forever.

    Source: Chinese
    Fortune and glass break soon, alas!

    Source: Dutch
    Fortune and misfortune are neighbors.

    Source: German
    Fortune and misfortune are two buckets in a well.

    Source: German
    Fortune and the arts assist each other.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune and women are partial to fools.

    Source: German
    Fortune can take from us only what she has given us.

    Source: French
    Fortune comes to him who strives for it.

    Source: Italian
    Fortune does not stand waiting at any one's door.

    Source: Dutch
    Fortune enriches or tramples on us at her will.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune favors the bold but abandons the timid.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune favours fools.

    Source: Latin
    Fortune give many too much, but no one enough.

    Source: German
    Fortune gives her hand to a bold man.

    Source: German
    Fortune helps fools.

    Source: Italian
    Fortune helps the brave.

    Source: Latin
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