The person that makes one basket can make a hundred.
Sell publicly and buy privately.
Make your affairs known in the marketplace, and one will call them black and another white.
Begin in other people’s way so as to end by having your own way.
With money you would not know yourself; without money nobody would know you.
Never advise someone to go to war or to get married.
Tomorrow’s remedy will not ward off the evil of today.
A rich man’s foolish sayings pass for wise ones.
The poor writer blames the pen.
Give a thing and take a thing, to wear the devil’s gold ring.
Who receives a gift, sells his liberty.
Every law has its loophole.
One can never know too much.
Time doesn’t stand still.
If you wish good advice, consult an old man.
Never give advice unasked.
Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die.
Her left hand doesn’t know what her right hand is doing.
Love does much, money does everything.
A change is as good as a rest.