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Spanish proverb Quotes


Spanish proverbs.


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A rich child often sits in a poor mother's lap.
[Parenthood]
 

An ounce of mother is worth a pound of clergy.
[Mother]
 

Blue eyes say, "Love me or I die"; black eyes say, "Love me or I kill thee."
[Love]
 

Don't offer me advice, give me money.
[Advice]
 

Drink nothing without seeing it; sign nothing without reading it.
[Advice]
 

Flattery makes friends, truth enemies.
[Friendship]
 

Friends and wine should be old.
[Friendship]
 

From a fallen tree, make kindling.
[Adversity]
 

God delays, but doesn't forget.
[God]
 

God keep you from "It is too late." When the fool has made up his mind the market has gone by.
 

Habits are at first cobwebs, then cables.
[Habit]
 

He is always right who suspects that he makes mistakes.
 

He that loseth wealth, loseth much; he that loseth friends, loseth more; but he that loseth his spirits loseth all.
 

He who fears death cannot enjoy life.
 

How beautiful it is to do nothing, and then rest afterward.
[Idleness]
 

If I die, I forgive you: if I recover, we shall see.
 

If there's no bread, cakes are very good.
[Forgiveness]
 

If you would be Pope, you must think of nothing else.
[Goals]
 

If your house is on fire, warm yourself by it.
 

It is better to weep with wise men than to laugh with fools.
[Friendship]
 


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