Wise Sayings: Letter F

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    Wise Sayings


    From still water God keep me; from running water I will keep myself.

    Source: Italian
    From that dust comes this mud.

    Source: Spanish
    From the boat we get to the ship.

    Source: Dutch
    From the cradle to the tomb, Not all gladness, not all gloom.

    Source: Dutch
    From the father comes honour, from the mother comfort.

    Source: Dutch
    From the fullness of the heart, the mouth speaks.
    Author: Jesus Christ
    From the lowly perspective of a dog's eyes, everyone looks short.

    Source: Chinese
    From the miseries of others he fears for his own position.

    Source: Latin
    From the old ox the young one learns to plough.

    Source: Latin
    From the same flower the bee extracts honey and the wasp gall.

    Source: Italian
    From the soldier who has no cloak, keep your own in your chest.

    Source: Portuguese
    From the straws in the air we judge of the wind.

    Source: Portuguese
    From the sublime to the ridiculous is only one step.

    Source: Portuguese
    From the sweetest wine, the tartest vinegar.

    Source: Portuguese
    From the withered tree, a flower blooms.

    Source: Zen
    From those I trust God guard me, from those I mistrust I will guard myself.

    Source: Italian
    From to-morrow till to-morrow time goes a long journey.

    Source: French
    From trifling causes great results arise.

    Source: Latin
    From trivial things great contests oft arise.

    Source: Dutch
    From what has taken place we infer what is about to happen.

    Source: Latin
    Froth is no beer.

    Source: Dutch
    Froth is not beer.
    Category: Appearance and reality Source: Dutch
    Frugality is a great revenue.

    Source: Latin
    Frugality is an estate alone.

    Source: Latin
    Fruit ripens not well in the shade.

    Source: Latin
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