“Judge a horse by its saddle, a man by his clothes.”


“Judge a tree by its fruits, not by its leaves.”


“Keep a thing for seven years, and you will find a use for it.”


“Keep quiet, and people think that you are a philosopher.”


“Kind words bring back kind echoes.”


“Knowledge makes one laugh, but wealth makes one dance.”


“Lambs have the grace to kneel while nursing.”


“Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and you weep alone.”


“Laughter cannot bring back what anger has driven away.”


“Learn to speak before you sing.”


“Learning without deeds is like the bell, which summons others to church, but never enters itself.”


“Let another’s shipwreck be your sea-mark.”


“Let not the tongue utter what the head must pay for.”


“Let sleeping dogs lie.”


“Let them obey that know not how to rule.”


“Let wisdom and virtue be the two wheels of your cart.”


“Life has no question that faith cannot answer.”


“Little sticks kindle the fire, great ones put it out.”


“Little strokes can fell great oaks.”


“Lose an hour early in the morning, and you’ll be hunting for it all day.”


“Love is the dirty trick that nature played on us to achieve the continuation of the species.”


“Make hay while the sun shines.”

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