Wise Sayings: Letter G

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    Wise Sayings


    Good counsel is no better than bad counsel, if it be not taken in time.

    Source: Danish
    Good counsel never comes too late.
    Source: German
    Good counsel will not rot, if it be got in dry.

    Source: Danish
    Good counsellors lack no clients.
    Author: William Shakespeare
    Good day to you all! said the fox, when he got into the goose-pen.

    Source: Dutch
    Good debts become bad unless called in.

    Source: Latin
    Good deeds are the best prayer.

    Source: Serbian
    Good deeds are the best prayer.
    Source: Serbian
    Good drink drives out bad thoughts.

    Source: Dutch
    Good faith is a seldom guest, when you have him, hold him fast.

    Source: German
    Good faith stole the cow.
    Source: German
    Good fences make good neighbors.
    Category: Wisdom Source: American Proverb
    Good fortune may forebode bad luck, which may in turn disguise good fortune.

    Source: Chinese
    Good fruit never comes from a bad tree.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good habits result from resisting temptation.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good hunters track narrowly.

    Source: Dutch
    Good is good, but better beats it.

    Source: Italian
    Good is the delay which makes sure.

    Source: Portuguese
    Good is the fowl which another rears.

    Source: Spanish
    Good land should not be quitted for a bad landlord.

    Source: French
    Good leading makes good following.

    Source: Dutch
    Good luck beats early rising.

    Source: Irish
    Good luck comes in slender currents, misfortune in a rolling tides.

    Source: Irish
    Good luck lasts not for ever.

    Source: Latin
    Good luck makes its way in by elbowing.

    Source: Spanish
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