Dichos Mexicanos = Mexican Proverbs

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  • 1. DICHOS PROVERBS FROM MÉXICO @ronmader • 2014
  • 2. No te rindes la primera caida. Don’t give up on the first fall.
  • 3. Es mejor perder el tiempo con amigos, que perder amigos con el tiempo. It’s better to lose time with friends than to lose friends over time.
  • 4. El que ayuda a otro, se ayuda a sí mismo. One who helps another, helps himself.
  • 5. Barriga llena, corazón contento Full stomach, happy heart
  • 6. Todos somos ángeles con una sola ala, debemos abrazarnos si queremos volar. We are all angels with only one wing, we must embrace if we want to fly.
  • 7. El hambre hace milagros. Hunger creates miracles.
  • 8. Querer es poder. To want to is to be able.
  • 9. Al que buen árbol se arrima, buena sombra le cobija. The closer to a tree, good shade covers you.
  • 10. De la vista nace el amor. Love grows from sight.
  • 11. Los lunes ni las gallinas ponen. Mondays even the hens don't lay eggs.
  • 12. Lo que no puedes ver, en tu casa lo has de tener. If you can't tolerate something, you will have it in your home.
  • 13. Más vale paso que dure, no trote que canse. A steady step is better than a run that tires.
  • 14. Si del cielo te caen limones aprende a hacer limonada. If lemons fall from the sky, learn to make lemonade.
  • 15. No dejes para mañana lo que puedas hacer hoy. Don’t leave for tomorrow what you can do today.
  • 16. Al que madruga, Dios le ayuda. God helps those who rise early.
  • 17. Del dicho al hecho hay mucho trecho. Action speaks louder than words.
  • 18. Perro que no anda no encuentra hueso. A dog that does not go out does not find the bone.
  • 19. Perro no come perro. A dog never eat another dog. (Don’t fight against someone like yourself)
  • 20. Da valor a lo pequeño. Small is beautiful.
  • 21. A cada capillita le llega su fiestecita! Every chapel has its own celebration!
  • 22. Es más fácil pedir perdón que pedir permiso It's easier to ask forgiveness than permission
  • 23. Sin maíz, no hay país. Without corn, there is no country.
  • 24. Hay una mazorca para cada botella. There is a corn cob for every bottle.
  • 25. Mejor llegar a tiempo que estar invitado. Better to arrive on time than to be invited.
  • 26. Cada quien se busca su propia cebolla para llorar. Everyone looks for their own onion to cry.
  • 27. Entre faros no hay competencia. There is no competition among lighthouses.
  • 28. Cada cabeza es un mundo. To each his own.
  • 29. El que no vive para servir no sirve para vivir. Who does not live to serve does not serve to live.
  • 30. Mucho ayuda el que no estorba. Who disturbs the least helps the most.
  • 31. Que hermoso hacer nada y descansar después. How beautiful it is to do nothing and then rest afterwards.
  • 32. El que busca encuentra. One finds what one looks for.
  • 33. Photo @ Hotel Xixim To admire the rainbow, you must first enjoy the rain. Para admirar el arcoíris, primero hay que disfrutar la lluvia.
  • 34. KUDOS FERNANDO AGUINACO MARLENE EHRENBERG CARLOS GROSS ENRIQUE MATADAMAS BLANCA ROBLEDA CARLOS TOPETE VICTOR VÁSQUEZ DÁVILA
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  • 36. @ronmader planeta.com