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  • 1. 25
    World Proverbs
    Learn Proverbs From All Countries Around The World for Life Success!!!
  • 2. If we blame others for our failures, then
    we should also give others credit for our
    successes. – American Proverb
  • 3. You can lead a horse to water, but
    you can’t make it drink.
    - American Proverb
  • 4. If you are always dwelling in trouble, change
    your address. – American Proverb
  • 5. Man is greater than the tools he
    invents. – American Proverb
  • 6. Success has many fathers, but failure
    is an orphan. – American Proverb
  • 7. What is greatly desired if not believed
    when it comes. – Argentine Proverb
  • 8. There is no use waiting for your ship to
    come in if you haven’t sent one out.
    - Belgian Proverb
  • 9. Don’t use another person’s mouth unless
    it has been lent to you. - Belgian Proverb
  • 10. Through other people’s faults, wise men correct their own.
    - Canadian Proverb
  • 11. Do not yell “dinner” until your knife is in the loaf. - Canadian Proverb
  • 12. Move towards good with
    swiftness, like that of the
    wind. Correct your faults
    with fierceness, like that
    of thunder.
    - Chinese Proverb
  • 13. A pure heart has few desires.
    - Chinese Proverb
  • 14. Show compassion to others’ misfortunes, and
    rejoice in their excellences. - Chinese Proverb
  • 15. The door of good works is difficult to open,
    but when opened, it is difficult to close.
    - Chinese Proverb
  • 16. The happiness of the human race in this world does not consist in
    our being devoid of passions, but in our learning to command them.
    - French Proverb
  • 17. Life is half spent before
    one knows what life is.
    - French Proverb
  • 18. Friends are lost by calling too often
    and by not calling often enough.
    - French Proverb
  • 19. Why kill time when one can
    employ it? - French Proverb
  • 20. Not every question deserves
    an answer. - Italian Proverb
  • 21. The person who enjoys good health
    is rich, even if he doesn’t know it.
    - Italian Proverb
  • 22. Experience runs a valuable school, but
    fools learn in no other. - Italian Proverb
  • 23. First the man takes a drink [liquor],
    then the drink takes a drink, and
    then the drink takes the man.
    - Japanese Proverb
  • 24. Poor is the person who does not
    know when he has had enough.
    - Japanese Proverb
  • 25. Fall seven times, stand up eight.
    - Japanese Proverb
  • 26. It’s better to not read at all than
    to believe everything you read.
    - Japanese Proverb
    Choose to believe the one that you choose!!!
    Thank You Very Much
    Sompong Yusoontorn