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  • Proverb Source: Sanskrit

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    As the spokes of a wheel are attached to the hub, so all things are attached to life.
    Category: Life and living Source: Sanskrit
    A woman's appetite is twice that of a man's; her sexual desire, four times; her intelligence, eight times.

    Source: Sanskrit
    All we can hold in our cold dead hands is what we have given away.

    Source: Sanskrit
    He who allows his day to pass by without practicing generosity and enjoying life's pleasures is like a blacksmith's bellows: he breathes but does not live.

    Source: Sanskrit
    If you forsake a certainty and depend on an uncertainty, you will lose both the certainty and the uncertainty.

    Source: Sanskrit
    If you gently touch a nettle it'll sting you for your pains; grasp it like a lad of mettle, an' as soft as silk remains.

    Source: Sanskrit
    Sorrow for the death of a father lasts six months; sorrow for a mother, a year; sorrow for a wife, until another wife; sorrow for a son, forever.

    Source: Sanskrit
    Yesterday is but a dream, tomorrow but a vision. But today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Look well, therefore, to this day.

    Source: Sanskrit
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