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602 Chinese Proverbs

The less power a man has, the more he likes to use it.

The loftiest towers rise from the ground.

The lone sheep is in danger of the wolf.

The longer the night lasts, the more our dreams will be.

The man who comes with a talk about others has himself an ax to grind.

The man who does not learn is dark, like one walking in the night.

The man who removes a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.

The man who strikes first admits that his ideas have given out.

The man who wakes up and finds himself famous hasn't been asleep.

The man will surely fail, who dares delay, And lose to-morrow that has lost to-day.

The mind is the emperor of the body.

The net of heaven is large and wide, but it lets nothing through.

The older the ginger, the more it bites.

The one who first resorts to violence shows that he has no more arguments.

The one who plants the tree is not the one who will enjoy its shade.

The one who understands does not speak, the one who speaks does not understand.

The palest ink is better than the best memory.

The path of duty lies in what is near at hand, but men seek for it in what is remote.

The pen can kill a man; no knife is needed.

The pen of the tongue should be dipped in the ink of the heart.

The peony is beautiful, yet it is supported by a stalk.

The pine stays green in winter, wisdom in hardship.

The pitcher doth not go so often to the well, but it comes home broken at last.

The remedy for dirt is soap and water. The remedy for dying is living.

The remedy for love is--land between.