Wise Sayings: Letter H

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    Wise Sayings


    How many daily read the Bible, and yet pursue their course of evil.

    Source: German
    How much do we resemble that filthy brute the ape!

    Source: Latin
    How near to guilt without actual guilt.

    Source: Latin
    How quickly with all is a kindness forgotten!

    Source: Latin
    How shall the enemy of the bride speak well of the wedding?

    Source: Spanish
    How to live happily, not luxuriously, is the question.

    Source: Latin
    How you come by it no one asks; but wealth you must have.

    Source: Latin
    However bright the sun may shine, leave not you cloak at home.

    Source: Spanish
    However extravagant men's desires, they hope to see them gratified.

    Source: Latin
    However foul it be, never say, Of this water I will not drink.

    Source: Spanish
    However high a bird may soar, it seeks its food on earth.

    Source: Danish
    However long the night, the dawn will break.
    Source: African proverb
    Human blood is all of one colour.

    Source: Danish
    Human salvation lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted.
    Author: Martin Luther King
    Humor to a man is like a feather pillow. It is filled with what is easy to get but gives great comfort.

    Source: Irish
    Hunger and cold give a man up to his enemy.

    Source: Spanish
    Hunger and cold surrender a man to his enemy.

    Source: Portuguese
    Hunger and delay raise up anger.

    Source: Latin
    Hunger and thirst scarcely kill any, But gluttony and drink kill a great many.

    Source: Latin
    Hunger drives the wolf out of the wood.
    Source: French Proverb
    Hunger is felt by a slave and hunger is felt by a king.

    Source: Ghanaian
    Hunger is the best sauce.
    Source: French Proverb
    Hunger looks in at the industrious man's door but dares not enter.

    Source: French
    Hunger sharpens anger.

    Source: Latin
    Hunger sweetens everything but itself.

    Source: Latin
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