Russian Proverbs

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Dwell on the past and you’ll lose an eye. Forget the past and you’ll lose both eyes.

Every day is a messenger of God.

Fear the judge, not the law.

Go Godward: thou wilt find a road.

It is not the horse that draws the cart, but the oats.

Patience doesn’t always help, but impatience never does.

Praise loudly, blame softly.

Pray to God, but row for the shore.

The future belongs to those who know how to wait.

The greatest king must at last be put to bed with a shovel.

The hammer shatters glass but forges steel.

The tallest blade of grass is the first to be cut by the scythe.

There’s no good answer to a stupid question.

When money speaks, truth is silent.

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