A greasy kitchen; a will with not much in it.
A man yearns for his paradise but it could become his hell.
A sitting crow starves.
A story is only half told if there is only one side presented.
All old sayings have something in them.
Bad birds seldom bring good weather.
Better to drink the milk than to eat the cow.
Better wise language than well combed hair.
Every man likes the smell of his own farts.
Every story has two sides and every song has twelve versions.
Everyone wants to live long, but no one wants to be called old.
Few are like father, no one is like mother.
He who lives without discipline dies without honor.
Hunger, work, and sweat are the best herbs.
It is difficult to steal when the boss is a thief.
It would be good to have two mouths and speak to yourself with both.
Mediocrity is climbing molehills without sweating.
Much always longs for more.
Need is a bad negotiator.
Need is not governed by the law.
On the ladder to success there is always somebody on the rung above you and who uses your head to steady himself.