The wise too may err.
In every woman there is a queen. Speak to the queen and the queen will answer.
Gather and spare can last long.
Another’s steak is always fat.
Rather free in a foreign place than a slave back home.
Better unlearned and bright than erudite and foolish.
Another’s horse is always strong.
The lazier a man is, the more he plans to do tomorrow.
If the glacier perceives a headless army is clumsy, it feels a sort of emphatic guilt, I dare say.
The afterthought is good, but forethought is better.
The lame man runs if he has to.
It is the great north wind that made the vikings.
Everybody’s friend is true to none.
He who does no evil does a lot of good.
He that lies on the floor doesn’t fall down.
Better know rightly than hope wrongly.
Better a free bird than a king in captivity.
Time has strong teeth.
He who leaves a good name does not die poor.
Poor thanks is the way of the world.