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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Every road leads somewhere.

Even if the truth is buried for centuries, it will eventually come out and thrive.

A good character is more valuable than gold.

No matter how much care is taken, someone will always be misled.

It is easier to dam a river than to stop the flow of gossip.

Avoiding danger is not cowardice.

Never trust a stranger.

No undertaking is difficult if pursued with perseverance.

Hasty work results in faulty work.

He sees a minor fault but misses the larger achievement.

To wherever one leans is where he ends up.

Forthrightness ensures lasting relationship.

True well-being is found in happiness, not in prosperity.

Whispering a gossip is louder than shouting it.

One who believes in gossip has no self-discipline.

Not all goodness brings sweetness.

The early bird beats the industrious person.

Whoever talks much never does much.

What one learns in childhood he carries into adulthood.

A quitter never wins, a winner never quits.

Life is like a wheel; sometimes you are on top, sometimes you are in the bottom.

A heavy burden is lightened if everyone participates in carrying it.

If it is not relevant, it makes no difference.

A sincere invitation is accompanied by a pull [of the hand].

A desperate person will grab at a knife.

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