Wise Sayings: Letter S

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    Wise Sayings


    Success has many fathers, while failure is an orphan.

    Source: Russian
    Success has many friends.

    Source: Greek
    Success has many parents but failure is an orphan.
    Category: Success and failure Source: American
    Success has ruined many a man.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Success is doing what you like and making a living at it.

    Source: Greek
    Success isn't how far you got, but the distance you traveled from where you started.

    Source: Greek
    Success leads to insolence.

    Source: Latin
    Success makes a fool seem wise.

    Source: Latin
    Success or ruin.

    Source: Latin
    Such a beginning, such an end.

    Source: German
    Such as the man is, such will be his discourse.

    Source: German
    Such awkward things will happen as going into the great square and coming back without ears.

    Source: Spanish
    Sudden glory soon goes out.

    Source: German
    Sudden trust brings sudden repentance.

    Source: German
    Sue a beggar and catch a louse.

    Source: German
    Sue a beggar and get a louse.

    Source: German
    Suffering and patience, obedience and application, help the lowly born to honour.

    Source: Danish
    Sufficient for the day is the evil thereof.

    Source: French
    Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.

    Source: French
    Sugared words generally prove bitter.

    Source: Spanish
    Suit yourself to the times.

    Source: German
    Sum up at night what thou hast done by day.
    Author: George Herbert
    Summer sown corn and women's advice turn out once in every seven years.

    Source: German
    Summer will not last for ever.

    Source: Latin
    Sun is good for cucumbers, rain for rice.
    Category: Appropriateness Source: Vietnamese
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