Wise Sayings: Letter T


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    Wise Sayings


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    The fuller the cask, the duller its sound.

    Source: German
    The fun is in the search, not the finding.

    Source: German
    The furthest way about is the nearest way home.

    Source: German
    The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
    Author: Eleanor Roosevelt
    The gallows takes its own.

    Source: Spanish
    The gardener had not yet dug out the radish, when the beggar held the alms-bowl in front of him.

    Source: Kashmiri
    The gardener's dog does not eat lettuce and will not let others eat it.

    Source: Italian
    The gardener's feet do no harm to the garden.

    Source: Spanish
    The gardener\'s dog, neither full nor hungry.

    Source: Spanish
    The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor man perfected without trials.

    Category: Affliction Source: Chinese Proverb
    The generous man enriches himself by giving; the miser hoards himself poor.

    Source: Dutch
    The generous man grows rich in giving, the miser poor in taking.

    Source: Danish
    The generous man grows rich in giving, the miser poor in taking.

    Source: Danish
    The gentle calf sucks all the cows.

    Source: Portuguese
    The gentle hawk mans herself.

    Source: French
    The gentle lamb sucks any ewe as well as its mother; the surly lamb sucks neither its own nor another.

    Source: Spanish
    The Germans carry their wit in their fingers.

    Source: French
    The gifts of fortune (windfalls) do not always benefit us.

    Source: Latin
    The girl as she is taught, the flax as it is wrought.

    Source: Spanish
    The girl is more inviting who smells of wild thyme than she who smells of musk.

    Source: Latin
    The girl who can't dance says the band can't play.

    Source: Yiddish
    The glaciers didn't freeze overnight.

    Source: Yiddish
    The gladiator seeks advice, when in the very lists.

    Source: Latin
    The glass-dealer's horses fell out, and he looked on to see which kicked hardest.

    Source: Spanish
    The glory of ancestors should not prevent a man winning glory for himself.

    Source: Serbian
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