English Proverbs

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You are never too old to learn.

Zeal without knowledge is the sister of folly.

Wisdom rides upon the ruins of folly.

We never do anything well, unless we love it for its own sake.

Who thinks to live must live to think, else mind and body lose their link.

The passions are like fire and water, good servants but bad masters.

Sloth is the parent of poverty.

The church is an anvil that has worn out many hammers.

Piss not against the wind.

Knowledge in youth is wisdom in age.

Life is full of hazards, which experience neither bought nor taught will always enable us to foresee.

Idle men are dead all their life long.

A guilty conscience needs no accuser.

Habits are first cobwebs; at last, chains.

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