1. It is a wise
man that makes no mistakes.
2. Fools look to tomorrow, and wise
men use tonight.
3. He is wise
that is honest.
4. Money is wise
, it knows its way.
5. He is the wise
man who is the honest man.
6. Many receive advice only the wise
profit by it.
7. A wise
man is never less alone than when (he is) alone.
8. Honest men marry soon, wise
men not at all.
9. He is wise
that hath wit enough for his own affairs.
10. The wise
man knows he knows nothing, but the fool thinks he knows it all.
12. Words are the wise
man’s counters and the fool’s money.
men love truth, whereas fools shun it.
14. Fools make feasts and wise
men eat them.
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15. Take a pain for a pleasure all wise
16. Fools learn nothing from wise
men; but wise men learn much from fools.
17. No one wise
at all times.
18. The fool talks, and the wise
men learn by other men's mistakes (or harms); fools by their own.
20. Think with the wise
, but talk with the vulgar.
21. Histories make men wise
; poems witty; the mathematics subtle; natural philosophy deep ; moral grave ; logic and rhetoric able to contend.
22. A word to the wise
23. A wise
man never loses anything if he has himself.
24. A wise
man thinks all that he says, a fool says all that he thinks.
25. Fair words and foul deeds cheat wise
men as well as fools.
26. No man is wise
at all times.
27. He is wise
that knows when he’s well enough.
28. A fool can ask more questions than seven wise
men can answer.
29. Circumstances are the rulers of the weak, instruments of the wise
30. A fool sees not the same tree that a wise
man sees. William Blake