There's no place like home.
A dishonest person can't remember to keep his story straight.
Everyone finds their place in life.
Things are not always as they seem.
No one wants to take responsibility for a mistake or bad situation
It is better to overeat than to waste great food.
When the mighty fall on hard times, they are disrespected by all.
Family comes first
Some people will change direction or opinion to suit the moment
Good and evil often come from the same source.
Danger lurks nearby when there is too much merriment and excitement.
Don't go where you don't belong.
If you overuse a thing you will break or lose it.
Things are not always as they seem
The person that gossips to you will gossip about you.
The final straw breaks the camel's back - Doing something once too many can cause disaster.
People don't like to take criticism.
Every thing has its use.
A hungry person cannot work
Every little bit adds up
Every person will have to take responsibility for his own life and actions.
Taking care of a woman only for a next man to enjoy her.
People are oblivious to their own faults and flaws
It is easy to catch up to someone who is avoiding or running away from you when that person depends on you for something essential.
He who laughs last, laughs best
Children turn out like their parents.
Someone who has advanced in life and now looks down on others
Experience teaches wisdom
Take advantage of the first opportunity.
Necessity or hard times forces people to do strange things
Make the best of a bad situation, and be content with what you have.
Success requires hard work
People who have nothing to do, or are bored do stupid things to kill time
Parents think their children are saints, different from other children
Fewer people, fewer problems.
People who dislike you will give you difficult or impossible tasks
It is better to verify than to assume
Don't lose what you have because of greed for more.
People's true colours will always come to the surface
Simple or minor annoyances may build up to cause major damage
One piece of good luck doesn't do much to change a bad state of affairs
People attack you for your successes
Make do with what is available to you
Worrying does not improve a bad situation.
Talking too much gets one in trouble
If you don't care about your own problems, don't expect anyone else to care
No good deed goes unpunished.
Those who prosper by illegal or crooked means dislike those who are more successful than themselves via the same means
Excessive greed puts one in danger of losing everything.
Train children properly before it's too late
That which causes merriment and pleasure now will cause grief and sorrow later.
Don't invite trouble.
If you continually flirt with danger you will eventually get hurt.
Use the resources available to you.
The young and inexperienced don't understand true troubles or hardships.
Appearances can be deceiving
Unless you're close to someone you don't know the true nature of their problems
Seeing is different from having.
People may look alike, but all act differently
Those with a history of bad behaviour are always the first ones accused
You shouldn't belittle or criticise others when you have the same faults.
Make sure the fashions of other suit you before you rush to adopt them.
There's always a better lover than your current one.
Two wrongs don't make a right.
Dealing with friends or strangers is often better than dealing with family
Don't criticise others when you have faults of your own.
To make an exchange for something equally bad or worse than the original
Choose your words with care lest you draw unpleasant or unwanted attention to yourself.
Not all useful knowledge comes from books or formal learning.
Practice good behaviour at home before you go outside.
Bad habits are hard to break
The more one shows off, the more one is vulnerable to ridicule and criticism.
Age brings widsom
Work hard and you will eat well and enjoy the fruits of life
There's someone for everyone.
You can't rest every day, sometimes you have to work
Every story has two sides.
People will deprive themselves of basic necessities in order to keep up with the fashions of others.
People never point out their own faults.
Fools worry about everything
Don't blame the first one deceived.
Some people are happily oblivious to the trouble or dangers hanging over them.
Good things rarely happen at the same time
As you give, so shall you receive.
Bullies know exactly who they can abuse.
It never costs anything to be polite.
You are judged by the company you keep.
Look before you leap
If you want a job done right, do it yourself
Life isn't fair.
You'll never get beat up for saying something nice or polite
Children invariably adopt all the bad attributes of their parents.
Don't underestimate people
It only takes a little effort or few words to start a lot of trouble.
Mind your own business.
It's easier to rekindle a romantic relationship than to start a new one with someone new.
Little by little the task will be completed
A proud person hides his weaknesses when praised.
Harsh advice may be good for you
Familiarity breeds contempt
Only satisfied people can afford to be choosy.
Sheltered persons don't know true hardship or troubles.
The thing you do to others can be done to you.
If everybody makes the same accusation then there must be some truth in it.
Common sense is better than formal education or learning.
People of limited means can improve themselves by working together and combining resources
That which does not destroy you makes you stronger
One is not welcome where one is not invited
Use the right encouragement for the each person
Some people love to complain, and will complain about every and anything
People squeeze themselves into tight situations in order to escape trouble.
Some people will never show gratitude.
Your reward or punishment is in line with your actions
Debt always comes between friends and family