1 Men too seldom see their
2 Quarrels of lovers but renew their
3 Coming events cast their
shadows before them.
4 Speak of angels and you will hear their
5 Bad workmen often blame their
6 Optimists always picture themselves accomplishing their
7 Men’s characters are not always written on their
8 Cowards die often [many times] before their
9 Before gold, even kings takes off their
10 Experience is the na me give their
11 Drunken days have all their
12 Wise men change their
minds; fools never do.
13 Before gold, even kings take off their
14 Cowards may die many times before their
15 All asses wag their ears.
16 Few rich men own their
property.The property owns them.
17 By other’s faults wise men correct their
18 Wise men chanbge their
mind,(www.Sentencedict.com) fools never.
19 Never judge people by their
20 Every one’s faults are not written in their
21 Men, at soome time, are masters of their
22 The wisdom of nations lies in their
proverbs, which are brief and pithy.
23 Apothecaries would not sugar their
pills unless they were bitter.
24 Cats hide their paws.
25 Only they who fulfill their
duty in everday matters will fulfill them on great occasions.
26 Ordinary people merely think how they shall spend their
time ; a man of talent tries to use it.
27 The more women look in their
glass, the less they look to their house.
28 They that reckon without their
host are to reckon twice.
29 Those that make the best use of their
time have none to spare.
30 The decline of literature indicates the decline of a nation ; the two keep in their