Wise Sayings: Letter N

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    Wise Sayings


    Nothing bolder than the miller's shirt, that every morning collars a thief.

    Source: German
    Nothing can be said which has not been said already.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing can bring you peace but yourself.
    Author: Ralph Waldo Emerson
    Nothing can come out of a sack but what is in it.

    Source: Italian
    Nothing can exist long without occasional rest.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing comes of nothing.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing dries sooner than tears.

    Source: German
    Nothing dries up more quickly than a tear.

    Source: Latin
    Nothing goes on forever.
    Author: Unknown
    Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
    Author: Ralph Waldo Emerson
    Nothing grows old sooner than a kindness.

    Source: French
    Nothing happens for nothing.

    Source: French
    Nothing in this world is certain but death and next winter's snows.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Darkovan
    Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely.
    Author: Auguste Rodin
    Nothing is as burdensome as a secret.
    Source: French Proverb
    Nothing is as good as it seems beforehand.
    Author: George Eliot
    Nothing is certain but death and taxes.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Nothing is certain but the unforeseen.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Darkovan
    Nothing is difficult if you're used to it.
    Category: Habit
    Nothing is difficult to a willing mind.

    Source: Italian
    Nothing is done while something remains undone.

    Source: French
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

    Source: French
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.
    Category: Attitude Source: Gaelic
    Nothing is ever well done in a hurry, except flying from the plague or from quarrels, and catching fleas.

    Source: Italian
    Nothing is grievous which necessity enjoins.

    Source: Latin
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