A decision made at night may be changed in the morning.
Blessed is the moon; it goes but it comes back again.
Gather the breadfruit from the farthest branches first.
Like a fish, one should look for a hole in the net.
May it end with threats and not come to blows.
Sin is carried in the mouth.
Sit and wait for the good chestnuts.
Stones decay; words last.
The person who has burned their fingers often asks for tongs.
The person with burned fingers asks for tongs.
You shake in vain the branch that bears no fruit.