Wise Sayings: Letter H

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    Wise Sayings


    He who sows little, reaps little.

    Source: Danish
    He who sows money, will reap poverty.

    Source: Danish
    He who sows peas on the highway does not get all the pods into his barn.

    Source: Danish
    He who sows thistles reaps thorns.

    Source: French
    He who sows virtue reaps fame.

    Source: French
    He who sows well, reaps well.

    Source: Spanish
    He who spares the rod hates his son.

    Source: Latin
    He who speaks ill of himself is praised by no one.

    Source: Danish
    He who spends more than he should Shall not have to spend when he would.

    Source: Danish
    He who spits above himself will have it fall on his face.

    Source: Spanish
    He who stands godfather to a wolf should have a dog under his cloak.

    Source: German
    He who stands high is seen from afar.

    Source: Danish
    He who stands near the woodcutter is likely to be hit by a splinter.

    Source: Danish
    He who steals once is never trusty.

    Source: Spanish
    He who stops at every stone never gets to his journey's end.

    Source: French
    He who stops half way is only half in error.

    Source: German
    He who strikes another on the neck, does not strike far from the head.

    Source: Danish
    He who strives to do, does more than he who has the power.

    Source: Spanish
    He who stumbles and does not fall mends his pace.

    Source: Spanish
    He who stumbles twice over one stone deserves to break his shins.

    Source: Spanish
    He who succeeds is reputed wise.

    Source: Italian
    He who sups with the devil must have a long spoon.

    Source: Italian
    He who sups with the Devil should have a long spoon.

    Source: Italian
    He who suspects is seldom at fault.

    Source: Italian
    He who swears is a liar.

    Source: Italian
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