Wise Sayings: Letter O

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    Wise Sayings


    Our handicaps exist only in our minds.
    Author: Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    Our hearts run riot in prosperity.

    Source: Latin
    Our native land attracts us with some mysterious charm, never to be forgotten.

    Source: Latin
    Our neighbour's crop is always more fruitful and his cattle produce more milk than our own.

    Source: Latin
    Our outward actions reveal our hidden intentions.

    Source: Latin
    Our own house surpasses every other.

    Source: Latin
    Our pillow should be our counsellor. [Sleep upon an idea.]

    Source: Latin
    Our time runs on like a stream; first fall the leaves and then the tree.

    Source: Dutch
    Our wisdom is no less at Fortune's mercy than our wealth.

    Source: Dutch
    Out before day, in before night.

    Source: Dutch
    Out of a dog's mouth will never come ivory tusks.

    Category: Animals Source: Chinese
    Out of a great evil often comes a great good.

    Source: Italian
    Out of a white egg often comes a black chick.

    Source: Italian
    Out of adversity comes opportunity.
    Category: Opportunity Author: Ben Franklin
    Out of debt, out of danger.

    Source: Italian
    Out of debt, out of danger.
    Author: Unknown
    Out of nothing nothing comes.

    Source: Latin
    Out of sight, out of mind.
    Author: Unknown
    Out of the fullness of the heart, the mouth speaks.
    Author: Chaucer
    Out of yes and no comes all dispute.

    Source: French
    Out with the old, in with the new.

    Source: French
    Outside noisy, inside empty.
    Category: Inspirational Source: Chinese Proverb
    Outside show is a poor substitute for inner worth.
    Author: Aesop
    Outward appearances assuming the form of virtues.

    Source: Latin
    Over no home can the sign be hung: There is no trouble here.

    Source: Latin
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