Wise Sayings: Letter S

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    Wise Sayings


    Seek advice but use your own common sense.
    Category: Advice Source: Yiddish
    Seek and ye shall find.

    Source: Yiddish
    Seek counsel of him who makes you weep, and not of him who makes you laugh.
    Category: Wisdom Source: Arabic Proverb
    Seek not the luxuries of life lest you reap sorrow.

    Source: Latin
    Seek not the rose which is once lost.

    Source: Latin
    Seek virtue and of that posest, to Providence resign the rest.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Seeking fish? Don't dive in the pond; go home and get a net.

    Category: Animals Source: Chinese
    Seize opportunity by the beard, for it is bald behind.

    Source: Bulgarian
    Seize the day.
    Author: Unknown
    Seldom seen soon forgotten.

    Source: Italian
    Self conceit may lead to self destruction.
    Author: Aesop
    Self exaltation is the fool's paradise.

    Source: Italian
    Self is the man.
    Source: German
    Self praise is no recommendation.
    Category: Flattery and praise Source: Romanian
    Self praise is odious.

    Source: Latin
    Self-done, is soon done.
    Source: German
    Self-help is the best help.
    Author: Aesop
    Self-love is a mote in every man's eye.

    Source: Latin
    Self-love is bad, and makes the eyes sad.
    Source: German
    Self-love is blind.

    Source: Dutch
    Self-love nobody else's love.

    Source: Dutch
    Self-praise is no praise at all.

    Source: English Proverb
    Self-praise is no recommendation.

    Source: Latin
    Self-praise stinks, friends praise hinks, the stranger's is sincere, and may last for a year.

    Source: German
    Self-preservation is the first law of nature.

    Source: German
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