Wise Sayings: Letter L

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    Wise Sayings


    Love one that does not love you, answer one that does not call you, and you will run a fruitless race.

    Source: Spanish
    Love others well, but love thyself the most; give good for good, but not to thine own cost.

    Source: Dutch
    Love rules his kingdom without a sword.

    Source: Italian
    Love rules without law.

    Source: Italian
    Love rules without rules. [Amore regge senza legge.]

    Source: Italian
    Love steals on us imperceptibly.

    Source: Latin
    Love subdues everything except the recreant's heart.

    Source: French
    Love tastes sweet, but only with bread.

    Source: Yiddish
    Love teaches asses to dance.

    Source: French
    Love teaches even asses to dance.

    Source: French
    Love tells us many things that are not so.

    Source: Ukranian
    Love thy neighbour, but pull not down thy hedge.

    Source: Ukranian
    Love well whip well.

    Source: Ukranian
    Love will find a way.

    Source: Ukranian
    Love will find a way.
    Author: Unknown
    Love will find a way. Indifference will find an excuse.

    Source: Ukranian
    Love without return is like a question without an answer.

    Source: German
    Love would soon perish, unless nourished by Ceres and Bacchus.

    Source: Latin
    Love your friend with his faults.

    Source: Italian
    Love your neighbor, but don't tear down your fence.

    Source: German
    Love your neighbour, but don't pull down the fence.

    Source: German
    Love's anger is fuel to love.

    Source: German
    Love's merchandise is jealousy and broken faith.

    Source: Italian
    Love's plant must be watered with tears, and tended with care.

    Source: Danish
    Love's quarrels oft in pleasing concord end.

    Source: Danish
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