CHINESE PROVERBS (PART 3) – FERANMI OLADIGBO

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Chinese Proverbs  (Part 3)

 

1. Only one who can swallow an insult is a man.

Chinese Proverb

2. One beam, no matter how big, cannot support an entire house on its own.

Chinese Proverb

3. Better the cottage where one is merry than the palace where one weeps.

Chinese Proverb

4. Distant water does not put out a nearby fire.

Chinese Proverb

5. The more acquaintances you have, the less you know them.

Chinese Proverb

6. He who thinks too much about every step he takes will always stay on one leg.

Chinese Proverb

7. All things change, and we change with them.

Chinese Proverb

8. If you want to find out about the road ahead, then ask about it from those coming back.

Chinese Proverb

9. Genius can be recognized by its childish simplicity.

Chinese Proverb

10. There are two kinds of perfect people: those who are dead, and those who have not been born yet.

Chinese Proverb

11. A clear conscience never fears midnight knocking.

Chinese Proverb

12. Learning is a weightless treasure you can always carry easily.

Chinese Proverb

13. Married couples tell each other a thousand things without speech.

Chinese Proverb

14. Want a thing long enough and you don’t.

Chinese Proverb

15. Small men think they are small; great men never know they are great.

Chinese Proverb

 

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