Proverbs from around the World
Words of wisdom and thoughts from the ages
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Charm is stronger than beauty.
The good die young.
You must kill the spider to get rid of the cobweb.
Death rights everything.
What was is no more, what if is just if.
A kiss without a hug is like a flower without the fragrance.
No one takes away anything with him.
Far from the eye, far from the heart.
Only fools and horses work.
A cry, a sniff, and all comes to naught.
The good die first: And those, whose hearts are dry as summer dust, Burn to the socket.
Chasten thy son while there is hope.
Time gives good advice.
Only death is certain.
Where the heart loves, there the legs walk.
A cup must be bitter that a smile will not sweeten.
When a miser dies, the heirs feel as happy as when they kill a pig.
Mountain does not meet mountain, but a face meets another face.
One man's fault is another man's lesson.
Enjoy yourself, for there is nothing in the world we can call our own.
You can't buy heaven with money.
The wallet of the timid man neither increases nor decreases.
We are all equal before death.
An oven whose door does not shut does not bake its loaves.
With money you can build a road in the sea.