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Ask about your neighbors, then buy the house.
What one has, one doesn't want, and what one wants, one doesn't have.
Do not be wise in words - be wise in deeds.
Don't open a shop unless you know how to smile.
Do not make yourself so big, you are not so small.
Don't be sweet, lest you be eaten up; don't be bitter, lest you be spewed out.
Loose tongues are worse than wicked hands.
What you give for the cause of charity in health is gold; what you give in sickness is silver; what you give after death is lead.
Don't look for more honor than your learning merits.
Pray that you will never have to bear all that you are able to endure.
When a habit begins to cost money, it's called a hobby.
Don't make a fence more expensive or more important than what it is fencing.
First mend yourself, and then mend others.
Charity is the spice of riches.
No one is as deaf as the man who will not listen.
Do not meet troubles half-way.
In choosing a friend, go up a step.
Don't make a toil of pleasure.
When you open a door, don't forget to close it. Treat your mouth accordingly.
If charity cost nothing, the world would be full of philanthropists.
The man who gives little with a smile gives more than the man who gives much with a frown.
Not to have felt pain is not to have been human.
Prepare your proof before you argue.
Whoever does not try, does not learn.
Worries go down better with soup than without.
With much wealth comes many worries.
Beware of the person who gives you advice according to his own interests.
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