Wise Sayings: Letter W

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    Wise Sayings


    Who is rich? He that enjoys his portion.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Who is righteous overmuch is a morsel for the Old One.

    Source: Dutch
    Who is strong? He that can conquer his bad habits.
    Category: Habits Author: Ben Franklin
    Who is tender in everything is a fool in everything.

    Source: Catalan
    Who judges others, condemns himself.

    Source: Italian
    Who keeps company with a wolf will learn to howl.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows most, forgives most.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows most, knows least.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows not how to dissemble knows not how to reign.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows not how to flatter knows not how to talk.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows not how to pray let him go sail the sea.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows not the game, let him not play.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows nothing doubts nothing.

    Source: French
    Who knows nothing in his thirtieth year, is nothing in his fortieth, has nothing in his fiftieth; learns nothing, is nothing, and comes to nothing.

    Source: German
    Who knows the tongues is at home everywhere.

    Source: Dutch
    Who laughs at others' ills, has his own behind the door.

    Source: Italian
    Who lends his lips to nought but blame, has in his heart no love of fame.

    Source: German
    Who lends to a friend loses doubly.

    Source: French
    Who lets another sit on his shoulder, will soon have him on his head.

    Source: German
    Who lies down with dogs gets up with fleas.

    Source: Italian
    Who lies for you will lie against you.

    Source: Bosnian
    Who lives on the score has shame evermore.

    Source: French
    Who lives will see.

    Source: French
    Who looks not before finds himself behind.

    Source: French
    Who loses honor can lose nothing else.

    Source: Latin
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