Philippine Proverbs, aka Philipino, Filipino, Ilocano and Tagalog Proverbs, Salawikain or Sawikain

Philippine
Proverbs, aka Philipino, Filipino, Ilocano and Tagalog Proverbs, Salawikain or Sawikain

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A clear conscience is far more valuable than money.

Borrowed clothes are either too tight or too loose.

He who sowed wind, reaps a typhoon.

Laziness is the sibling of starvation.

A clear conscience is more valuable than wealth.

Caution minimizes loss.

He who speaks too much works too little.

Lazy people will eventually lose even their trousers.

A country without freedom is like a prisoner with shackled hands.

Children who get everything they ask for seldom succeed in life.

I love cheese and Pepsi, too.

Loyalty is more valuable than diamonds.

A desperate person will even hold on to a knife edge.

Coincidence defeats a well-laid plan.

If a bamboo tube makes a loud sound, it is empty.

Many people count other people?s faults and ignore their own.

A diligent person will soon prosper.

Courage without discretion is no good.

If the horse is already dead more hay will not help it.

Marriage is not just a porridge that you spit out if it's too hot.

A fly that lands on a carabao feels itself to be higher than the carabao.

Don't empty the water jar until the rain falls.

If you are going a long way, go slowly.

Mercy resides in God; deeds are in men.

Water can wear away even the hardest rock.

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Proverbs, aka Philipino, Filipino, Ilocano and Tagalog Proverbs, Salawikain or Sawikain