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A man is as old as he feels




 

A person's age is immaterial - it is only when he thinks and feels that he is ageing that he actually becomes old.

 

 

 

A man is known by the company he keeps

 

You can tell about a person by observing who he spends time with

 

 

 

A man is ruled by his passions

 

Your character, personality, attitude etc can be overtaken by your emotions if they are strong enough

 

 

 

A man's home is his castle

 

You feel most secure, free and in control in your own home

 

 

 

A miss is as good as a mile

 

Something that one already has is better than something that one may not be able to get

 

 

 

The more acquaintance, the more danger

 

The more casual friends you have, the greater the possibility that you will be led astray, betrayed etc

 

 

 

The more one knows, the less one believes

 

The more information you have about something, the more unsure or suspicious you can become of it

 

 

 

The more things change, the more they stay the same

 

Some changes are only outward, the actual problems remain the same

 

 

 

The more you get, the more you want

 

The more you have, the more you want to have because greed grows in you

 

 

 

The more you know, the more you know you don't know

 

The more knowledge you acquire, the more aware you are of how little you know about life

 

 

 

The mountain labors and brings forth a mouse

 

To work hard and long on a project that turns out to be pretty useless.

 

 

 

Man cannot live by bread alone

 

It takes more than food to complete your life

 

 

 

Make hay while the sun shines

 

Seize opportunities

 

 

 

Many hands make light work

 

Many people sharing a job or tasks make easier work of it.

 

 

 

Marry in haste, repent at leisure

 

Do not rush into marriage because if you marry the wrong person, you will spend the rest of your life regretting it  

 

 

 

Measure twice, cut once

 

Consider your options carefully in order to make a good decision

 

 

 

( The ) meek shall inherit the earth

 

The humble and the downtrodden but not the proud or the mighty will be rewarded with the best at the end of time  

 

 

 

Mirrors do everything we do, but they cannot think for themselves

 

man-made devices have their limits, and cannot do everything humans can  

 

 

 

Misery loves company

 

unhappy people seem to like to make others unhappy too

 

 

 

Money cannot buy happiness

 

You cannot buy joy, peace, contentment etc  

 

 

 

Money is the root of all evil

 

Crimes and wickedness are associated with money.

 

 

 

Money isn't everything

 

 

Riches cannot solve all your problems or bring you joy, peace, contentment etc.