Wise Sayings: Letter K

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    Wise Sayings


    Kill the chicken to frighten the monkey.

    Category: Animals Source: Chinese
    Kin or no kin, woe to him who has nothing.

    Source: Italian
    Kind words and few are a woman's ornament.

    Source: Danish
    Kind words are short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless.
    Author: Mother Teresa
    Kind words conquer.

    Source: Tamil
    Kind words conquer.
    Category: Courtesy and respect Source: Indian
    Kind words don't wear out the tongue.

    Source: Danish
    Kind words heal friendship's wounds.

    Source: Danish
    Kind words will unlock an iron door.

    Source: Kurdish
    Kindness begets kindness.

    Source: Greek
    Kindness breaks no bones.

    Source: German
    Kindness is more persuasive than force.
    Author: Aesop
    Kindnesses, like grain, increase by sowing.

    Source: German
    Kindred without friends, friends without power, power without will, will without effect, effect without profit, profit without virtue, is not worth a rush.
    Source: French
    King's entreaties are commands.

    Source: Portuguese
    Kingdoms divided soon fall.
    Source: Bible
    Kings have long arms.

    Source: Portuguese
    Kings have long hands.

    Source: French
    Kings have many ears and many eyes too.

    Source: Latin
    Kings learn wisdom from associating with wise men.

    Source: Latin
    Kings love the treason, but not the traitor.

    Source: Latin
    Kinsmen are born, but friendship is a gift of the gods.

    Category: Friends Source: Darkovan
    Kisses are the messengers of love.

    Source: Danish
    Kisses that are easily obtained are easily forgotten.

    Source: English Proverb
    Kissing goes by favor.

    Source: English Proverb
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