Wise Sayings: Letter W

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    Wise Sayings


    We conquer and are conquered in our turn.

    Source: Latin
    We covet not that of the existence of which we are ignorant.

    Source: Latin
    We decide our affairs, then we rest them with God.

    Source: Jabo
    We do in haste what we repent at leisure.

    Source: German
    We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.

    Source: Haida
    We do not know what is good until we have lost it.

    Source: Spanish
    We do not walk on our legs, but on our will.

    Source: Sufi
    We don't kill a pig every day.

    Source: Sufi
    We easily believe that which we hope for.

    Source: Latin
    We easily give advice to others.

    Source: Latin
    We expiate in old age the follies of our youth.

    Source: Latin
    We fear what we don't understand.
    Author: Aesop
    We find much ingratitude, and create more.

    Source: Latin
    We forget even incense in easy times; come hard times, we embrace the Buddha's feet.

    Source: Chinese
    We give and take in turn.

    Source: Latin
    We give to the rich, and take from the poor.

    Source: German
    We hang little thieves, and let great ones escape.

    Source: Dutch
    We hang little thieves, and take off our hats to great ones.

    Source: German
    We hate the man whom we have wronged.

    Source: Latin
    We hate whom we have injured.

    Source: Latin
    We have all been fools in our time.

    Source: Latin
    We have no son, and yet are giving him a name.

    Source: Spanish
    We have not inherited this land from our ancestors; rather we have borrowed it from our children.

    Source: Kenyan
    We have not saddled and yet we are riding.

    Source: Portuguese
    We have not yet saddled, and are already mounted.

    Source: Spanish
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