Wise Sayings: Letter R

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    Wise Sayings


    Rest comes from unrest, and unrest from rest.

    Source: German
    Rest is good after the work is done.

    Source: Danish
    Rest makes rusty.

    Source: Dutch
    Rest strengthens the body, the mind too is thus supported; but unremitting toil destroys both.

    Source: Latin
    Return to old watering holes for more than water; friends and dreams are there to meet you.
    Source: African proverb
    Revenge a hundred years old has still its milk-teeth.

    Source: Italian
    Revenge converts a little right into a great wrong.

    Source: German
    Revenge does not long remain unrevenged.

    Source: German
    Revenge in cold blood is the devil's own act and deed.

    Source: German
    Revenge is a confession of pain.

    Source: Latin
    Revenge is a dish that can be eaten cold.

    Source: Latin
    Revenge is a dish that should be eaten cold.

    Source: English Proverb
    Revenge is new wrong.

    Source: German
    Revenge is sweet.

    Source: German
    Revenge of an hundred years old hath still its sucking teeth.

    Source: German
    Revenge remains not unrevenged.

    Source: German
    Revere your parents.

    Source: Latin
    Revolutions are not made with rose water.

    Source: Latin
    Reward not a sleeping pilot.

    Source: Latin
    Reward sweetens labour.

    Source: Dutch
    Reynard is still Reynard, though he put on a cowl.

    Source: Dutch
    Rich for yourself, poor for your friends.

    Source: Latin
    Rich gamblers and old trumpeters are rare.

    Source: German
    Rich garments weep on unworthy shoulders.

    Source: French
    Rich men accumulate money; the poor accumulate years.

    Source: Chinese
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