Proverb Source Yiddish



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  • Proverb Source: Yiddish

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    If you have nothing to lose, you can try everything.
    Category: Business Source: Yiddish
    Money buys everything but good sense.
    Category: Money Source: Yiddish
    Seek advice but use your own common sense.
    Category: Advice Source: Yiddish
    Shrouds are made without pockets.
    Category: Truth Source: Yiddish
    The complete fool is half prophet.
    Category: Foolishness Source: Yiddish
    The truly rich are those who enjoy what they have.
    Category: Conscience Source: Yiddish
    What good is honor when you are starving.
    Category: Food and hunger Source: Yiddish
    When fortune calls, offer her a chair.
    Category: Fortune Source: Yiddish
    With time even a bear can learn to dance.
    Category: Education Source: Yiddish
    Words should be weighed not counted.
    Category: Discretion Source: Yiddish
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